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LOUIS GOSTAZ, S.j, 



DICTIONNAIRE SYRIAQUE - FRANgAIS 

STRIAC-ENGLI8H DICTIONARY 




L3& 





DAREL-MACHREQ 
BEYROUTH 



LOUIS COSTAZ, SJ. 



DIGTIONNAIRE SYRIAQUE - FRANQAIS 

SYRIAC-ENGLISH DICTIONARY 




Troisieme Edition 




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AVANT - PROPOS 



Avec la seconde ddition du dictionnaire de Brockelmann, parue en 1928, les 
syriacisants disposent d'un excellent instrument de travail, fait de premiere main, 
a peu pres complet pour tous les textes publics jusqu'alors. De plus, en tout ce qui 
touche a l'^tymologie et a la derivation, l'autoritd de l'auteur est universcllement 
reconnue, comme le sont, en rnatiere de vocalisation et de graphie, l'etendue et la 
surety de son information. Malheureusement, les commencants ou les Aleves des 
seminaires n'ont pas facilement acces aux tresors d'un ouvrage volumineux, redige" 
en latin, ami de PabreViation sibylline et dont l'ordre alphabetique se reTere souvent 
a une 6tymologie cached. En trouveront-ils l'essentiel, sans infidelite excessive, dans 
ce lexique r^duit et de genre classique? G'en est du moins l'espoir qui Fa fait 
entreprendre. 

II va de soi que les deux in-folios de Payne-Smith et, a un moindre degrd, les 
manuels du P. J. Brun et de Mrs Margoliouth ont 6t6 tres frequemment consults 
et mis a profit. 

Pour le nombre des mots expliqu& et des acceptions apportees, ce manuel 
serait a placer entre celui du P. J. Brun et 1'excellenl precis du R. P. Robert, 
sensiblement plus pres toutefois du premier que du second. Nous avons cherchd a 
n'exclure que les termes et les sens rares ou techniques. 

Ayant aimablement accepte de parcourir notre manuscrit, le R. P. Paul 
Mouterde, professeur a l'Universit£ St-Joseph de Beyrouth, a bien voulu nous 
signaler un certain nombre d'erreurs et, souvent, pour eclaircir un doute, se 
reporter aux textes. Ce nous est un devoir tres agreable de lui en exprimer 
ici notre profonde reconnaissance. 

Nous remercions 6galement les peres de langue anglaise ou arabe qui ont 
accept^ de reviser nos traductions, ainsi que tous ceux, maitres ou Aleves, qui ont 
eu l'amabilite' de nous apporter leur aide. 

L. C. 



VI 



AVIS 



Ordre alphabetique. — II n'est pas tenu comptc du L du feminin, ni, dans les 
racines geminees, de la gemination. 

Les consonnes figurant entre parentheses avant un mot de la nomenclature 
ne representent pas toujours une racine. Elles peuvent n'£tre que le tcrnoin de 
l'ordre alphabetique adopte. 

Pour les mots incluant une lettre faible, notre regie £tait de tenir compte de 
cette lettre. Diverses raisons he l'ont pas toujours permis. Dans l'hesitation, on 
cherchera d'abord avec, c'est-a-dire en tenant compte de la lettre. 

Ordre interieur des racines. — En chacune des voix : le verbe actif et le verbe 
passif; de l'actif : les participes, leurs derives, les noms d'agent ou de patient, les 
adjecths, les substantifc; les derives du passif. La derivation a toujours priority. 

Les formes qaffulo, qaffolo et qatfilo relevent frequemment du Pe'al. Ouftolo 
peut servir de nom d'action a VEtpa'al. 

Graphic et vocalisation. — Seuls, les verbes de la nomenclature portent un expo- 
sant ou l'indice r . 

A la suite d'un mot syriaque, etc. signifie que rorthographe de ce mot presente 
de legeres variantes que nous ne reproduisons pas. 

Transcriptions du pluriel ac , les graphies »-»' , »-»/' et «••' sont equivalentes. 

Le pluriel en f comporte normalement le construit en t* et l'absolu en ^ j 
le pluriel en |L le construit en L et l'absolu en v . 

La vocalisation de Brockelmann differe souvent de celle de ses devanciers: 
qattel au lieu d'aqtel ou vice-versa. II en est de meme pour qaflo et qetlo, qetlo et 
qtolo, qtil et qaffU, etqefel et etqaftal, qetlo et qutfold. 

Sens. — Le meme verbe peut signifier « etre pur » ou « devenir pur », « faire 
partir » ou « laisser partir ». Nous n'avons pas toujours donn£ les deux sens. 

Semblablement, le meme adjectif pourra rendre « de terre » et « de la terre ». 
Nous ne donnons ordinairement qu'une seule acception. 

Dans « passer (temps) », temps est sujet; dans « passer (le temps) », temps 
est complement. 



vn 

En dehors du cas ou une serie de sens est incluse entre tirets, la preposition 
indiquee ne vaut que pour le sens qui la suit. 

Assez souvent, devant un sens sensiblement different de ceux qui le precedent, 
le tiret ( — ) a remplace le point virgule. 

Apres un feminin ou un pluriel, f. ou pi. signifient que ce mot a les memes 
sens que le masculin ou le singulier qui precede. De meme, apres un verbe, r. ou p. 
signifient que ce verbe a un ou plusieurs des sens de la voix active, mais a la forme 
reflechie ou a la forme passive. 

Traduction arabe. — Le petit caractere utilise ne comportant pas les voyelles, 
nous avons eu recours a quelques abreviations: (a«) = iJicLi. i (tf) = Jj^ '•> 



PREFACE 



The second edition of Brockelmann's dictionary, which appeared in 1928, provides the 
Syriac scholar with an excellent tool. It is an original work, which takes into account practically 
all the Syriac texts published thus far. In what concerns etymology and derivation the author's 
authority is universally established, as are the extension and exactness of his information in 
matters of vowel-marking and spelling. 

But unfortunately, beginners or seminary students have no easy access to the treasures of 
a voluminous work, written in Latin, with a predilection for sibylline abbreviations, and an 
alphabetical order which often refers to some hidden etymology. 

The writing of the present concise student 's dictionary was undertaken in the hope 
that it might offer them the essentials as a faithful reflexion of the original work. 

It goes without saying that the two folio -volumes of Payne-Smith and, to a lesser degree, 
the manuals of P. J. Bruit and Mrs. Alargoliouth have been frequently consulted and put 
to good use. 

As for the number of words explained and meanings supplied, this manual should be inserted 
between the one of P. J. Brun and Father Robert's valuable compendium, but notably closer 
to the former than to the latter. We have endeavoured to exclude only rare or technical 
terms and meanings. 

Having taken upon himself to run through the manuscript, the Reverend Paul Mouterde, 
professor at St. Joseph's University, Beirut, has kindly pointed out to us a certain number of 
errors and has even checked the texts, in cases of doubt. We feel it a pleasant duty to 
express our sincere gratitude towards him in this place. 

We should also like to thank the English and Arabic speaking Fathers who have 
reviewed our translations as well as all those — masters and pupils — who have kindly 
afforded their aid. 

l. a 



INTRODUCTION 

The Alphabetical Order. — Neither the I of the feminine nor the gemination in 
the geminate roots have been taken into account. 

The consonants between brackets before a word of the vocabulary do not always represent 
a root. They may simply be a sign of the adopted alphabetical order. 

In the case of words with a weak letter, we have, as a rule, though for various reasons 
not always, taken this letter into account. The user who hesitates should first look up the word 
spelled with this letter. 

The Interior Order of the Roots. — In every voice: the active verb and the passive 
verb; of the active: the participles, their derivatives, the "nomina agentis" or "patientis", 
the adjectives, the nouns; the derivatives of the passive. The derivation always has priority. 

The forms qattulo, qattolo and qattilo come often under the Pe'aL Quttolo may 
serve as noun of action to the Etpa'al. 

Spelling and Vowel-marking. — Only the verbs of the vocabulary carry an exponent 
or the sign r . 

Following a Syriac word, etc. means that the spelling of tkis word shows some slight 
variations which have not been reproduced. 

The spellings c»' , u*f and u»o' , which stand for the transcriptions of the plural 

a£ , are equivalents. 

The plural ending in l' normally includes the Construct State in i« and the Absolute 
State in ^* ; the plural ending in |t' the Construct State in I* and the Absolute State in v ' . 

Brockelmann's vowel-marking differs frequently from that of his predecessors : qaftel 
instead of aqtel, or vice versa. It is the same with qatlo and qetlo, qeflo and qtolo, qtll 
and qattil, etqetel and etqattal, qetlo and quttolo. 



Meaning. — The same verb may signify "to be pure" and "to become pure", "to make 
someone leave" and "to let someone leave". We have not always given the two meanings. 

Likewise the same adjective may stand for "of earth" and "of the earth". We usually 
only give one sense. 

In "to pass (time)", time is subject; in "to pass (the time)", time is object. 



XI 



Except for the case where a series of meanings is enclosed between dashes, the preposition 
indicated is only applicable to the following meaning. 

Often enough, before a meaning which differs considerably from the preceding ones, 
the semicolon is replaced by a dash ( — ). 

After a feminine or a plural, f. or pi. signify that this word has the same meanings as 
the preceding masculine or singular. Likewise, after a verb, r. or p. signify that this verb has 
one or several meanings of the active voice, but in the reflexive or passive form. 

The Arabic Translation. — As the small type used did not provide for vowels, a few 
abbreviations have been introduced: («i*) = iJtpLi* '•> (*) = J_n^ 5 (~») = a*i. . 



*t»JJU 



»j_j-ULil j-y-aJL iL»» <d L Jf j LU o^Su j15Cj _>*: Jtj L^li ^jj^^JI ^* j.„.;-,a.i t Sjla J^ 
.(oL.^1) <jL=S01 !ki~J>j dLi^l Jb? j Irt- JtJ*. <cjUu-j 4*iU»l ita. ol Lf c L^ULilj Cj^I 

. ^yU- j-l*« Jl tjA*;Vl 4jjJ/ j L>L~»-1 jjJLhj i>>-"j(iiH<jVI oljLiVI J* -U2«j ^jlI^JIj <~>j&* 

l 4-JI «*-U^ J» L *J IjJjC <jl J\L1 t (^-J-lil f"_jJI i> » y**^ (►>»»-• /w>J J* UlJb- L liji 

. 9-lkL-il jJi iJUVI »\f-\j* a« 

*^j "Jjj; yVl i->bT ia-^j L««. OU ojj^l JUJj *>-jj-iU jJUJVI i-Xt. <L~*- y-j 
S\ j livj-l bJl ,JUI ^ . jUI Jl 4- JjVl Jl w*/ 1 * J| ty * J^ 1 ^jijS" v^ 1 

. L^jJI jl SjiUI JULIj oljLJI gj* 

jc CyyuJ i-i-^i (j-jJJiJI iiuU- j jli->VI ■Jj>* <j~H v"^ »j-^A- 1^* VL'*' ^ ^j*"4^ ^J 
iOc Jl LfJu Je ifj>- ->*J 4 If/Jlty l _iLiJ 4ili . 3jUp J* L^lak oVjl U J* J?«*JI U*Cl 

\JJ j,JS\ L^yJI aJL jl i jjlSC^I SJL j^jSLUI .L^l ol^U Jl bJLx.1 Lb I ^j 
j^lT *X>\J 1 J^JL LijJL.Ii l^iLl; j-JJI «,*■ jSJSJL j^i: LjI if { olt- jilt J ^kJI SiUI 

.11 J 



XIV 



: ^Vl c-Jj3l 
t J^/l ,> >l J* tc'b J* ^ l^j^ UT JJ ,>J*» jo «*^l J»^l of - 
ilL* Ua* jl jlj 4 iLJl J>j>. ^ iSj. vLhjVI x* LJUU <1*. »j^ UT ■■•- -• lil - 

: otfl&JVI j-JS 
(>JLI J»ill JLi^l ^ j> 1^ JT j : IJUI JAftUIl v^— oUUilVI LJj a» - 
t-uli^j J^iil ^1 j? ( ^ 4L*U Uj 4,-Uily J*UJI ^1 r >JLI J.-JI iULbil ^j . J^il ^ 

. oUuJI tc'L u-JJJI i^jl . J^l ^Lcii oli^il f 

quttolo LI . Pe'al O Jl qaftilo j qattolo i qaftuld ^-Jl g-J U (jU — 

. Etpa'al U/uf^- o^j A» 

. r «J>J-Li jl ^rui-o ij> **tr— ' Jb -**-j tj* ^V^l JUiVI jl — 

. L^l^l JT jj^j (I iiUS3l ^ ^ jo.; Jc Jj; iJ^y- **&" ■>-» ««• 5JT jl - 

. Shlo c a? JljfcJI ^i- 1 >T ,> i^JjuJJ i ^o' j **./" c xm' >.lj^l jl - 

JlaTj . r ' J*VI 3U, w." iiUVl «JU oU J^ j" i ^1 ^ 1l^ ^ - 

. v ' J^VI yUj l' «»UV1 ilU J*rj |L' ^JU i^ ,j 

j-S^JI jl zqtel & Lijc- qattel : e^V J^ ^J/ -^ «iiij*J' **ij* *JJc* J* - 
etqetel i qattil j qtil t qtolo j qetlo 4 qetfo j qatfo .ifliTj . ^^SUb 

. quttolo j qetlo i etqatfal j 

: cl&ll ^U. 
a «_-*Jj *L>- » j « Uu jU» b jl (( LJU jl5"» 5*i» *»jLi- Jl*» ju-IjJI Juill 0^50 a* — 

. j^~*il -^Li olt 
C^l lil L.I t l*a«j aj yi JJlI Jxii ,.J^; ( jJI ^i t ^i t a ) ^xdl Jy-I - 

. LjlT Lfj 1 ^ ^iJU (-) jjLt oy jl« !J* 



XV 



. u.ui tjui jp Ijtfj&c J« r ui (t) aL»yij <Laji j* ti^i (-) j^'i j* - 

. Uj,*. jl UjTi. ^L. j\ J*. liUI USUI ul Je. oV-U **• j*> pi. j »i-j> -w /. ul - 
^i^* ^ L,3CJ c>L1! iA-»» j,jL. jj^i-j J*i)l IJiA ul J* uV-*J J«i juj r . j p. JIuTj 

. 0«i. = (i.) 4 J^ = (*) C .JusLL. = (O.) 



ABREVIATIONS, ABBREVIATIONS, oU-^^Ua^l 



abreu., abreviation, 

abs.., etat absolu, 

act., action, actif, 

adj., adjectif, 

adv., adverbe, 

off. s., affixes du noni singulier, 

off. pi., affixes du nom pluriel, 

ag., agent, 

agr., agriculture, 

anal., anatomie, 

ant., antiquite, 

arch., architecture, 

art., article, 

astr., astronomie, 

attrib., attribut, 

aux., auxiliaire, 

b iol, } biologie, 

bot., botanique, 

c, comme, 

c.a.d., c'est-a-dire, 

cap., mesure de capacite, 

ch., chose, 

chron., chronologie, 

circ, circonstanciel. 

coll., collectif, 

compar., 



abbreviation, 

absolute state, 

action, active, 

adjective, 

adverb, 

affixes of the singular noun, 

affixes of the plural noun, 

agent, 

agriculture, 

anatomy, 

antiquity, 

architecture, 

article, 

astronomy, 

attribute, 

auxiliary, 

biology, 
botany, 

as, 

that is to say, 

measure of capacity. 

thing, 

chronology, 

circumstantial, 

collective, 



J>S1 SJU- 

(jJl oUjII) J.> 

*jiL\ -VI oU~L 

^•41 —VI ^Li»JL 

J* 
•U»VI > 

■illill > 



eomparatif, proposition comparative, comparative 
comparative, comparer, clause, compare, 



;UI > 

oLJi J* 


J*- 


«i»i 


4jU-» ^*LJLa 


j A 

V 


£jidl > 





xvm 



comp., 

compl., 

conj., 

C0TT,, 

est., 

d., 

2 d., 

dim., 

denom., 

der., 

dim., 

din., 

emph., 

end., 

ent., 

em., 

etc., 

etym., 

ex., 

exc, 

excl., 

expl., 

/., fern., 

fr, 
M, 

geog-, 
geol., 
geom., 
gram., 

id., 
ident., 



compost, composition, 

compliment, 

conjonction, 

correlatif, 

£tat construit, 



compound, composition, 

object, 

conjunction, 

correlative, 

construct state, 



,_'«lit. «ljl 



regit un complement direct, takes direct object, 
regit deux compl. directs, takes two direct objects, 



demonstratif, 
verbe denominatif, 
derive, derives, 
diminutif, 
divers, 

£tat emphatique, 

enclitique, 

entomologie (insectes), 

environ, 

et ccetera, 

etymologie, 

exemple, 

exception, exceptif, 

exclamatif, exclamation, 

expletif (n'affecte plus le 

sens), 
feminin, 
francais, 
futur, 

geographic 
geologie, 
giometrie, 
grammaire, 

meme ou memes sens, 
sens d'identite, 



demonstrative, 
denominative verb, 
derivative, derivatives, 
diminutive, 
diverse, 



(.lr-l) t j^( r !) 

( r ') 
is** 



emphatic state, 
enclitic, 

entomology (insects), 
approximately, 
et cetera, 
etymology, 
example, 

exception, exceptive, 
exclamatory, exclamation, ^f^ /■*' 

expletive (does no longer ( J«lt j*j *j*i *Sl) AjIJ 
bear upon the sense), 

feminine, <i4J* 

french, ^g-j/ 

future, 



J/tfl US3I ^j ;bl 

JbiL-l t »LiL-l 



geography, 
geology, 
geometry, 
grammar, 

the same sense or senses, 
denoting identity, 






X3X 



imper., 


imperatif, 


imperative, 


^ 


impers., 


impersonnel, 


impersonal, 


a.U- 


indef, 


indefini, 


indefinite, 


}J& j* 


inf., 


infinitif, 


infinitive, 


jJUn. 


interr., 


interrogatif, interrogation 


interrogative, interrogation, 


pL(i=J t ^l+fc-l 


intr., 


intransitif, 


intransitive, 


r^ 


iron., 


ironique, 


ironical, 


Is; 


in., 


irr^gulier, 


irregular, 


ill 


islam., 


islamisme, 


islamism, 


(OU^I p 


itai., 


italien, 


italian, 


W 


jud-> 


judaisme, 


Judaism, 


W i? 


jurispr., 


jurisprudence, 


jurisprudence, 


<i» 


1; 


litre, litres, 


litre, litres, 


Cj!jJ i Jj 


lot., 


latin, 


latin, 


& 


lit., 


litre, litres, liturgie, 


litre, litres, liturgy, Lj-j 


jzj t OljJ i ji 


loc. adv., 


locution adverbiale, 


adverbial phrase, 


y>ji jjU 


long., 


mesure de longueur, 


measure of length, 


Jjt ^UL. 


m., 


masculin, 


masculine, 


s± 


math., 


math&natiques, 


mathematics, 


oL<«u j 


mec., 


m&anique, 


mechanics, 


JJ-I^ 


med., 


mddecine, 


medicine, 


^ 


mil., 


militaire, 


military, 


{£ )J\+*£- 


min., 


mindralogie, 


mineralogy, 


o^UI ^ 


man., 


monnaie, 


money, 


Sju 


nuts., 


musique, 


music, 


J^ny 


myth., 


mythologie, 


mythology, 


*?rjj~* 


n., 


nom, 


noun, 


r' 


n. act., 


nom d'action, 


action noun, 


J*» j"- 1 


n. ag., 


nom d 'agent, 


agent noun, 


>u r i 


n. comp., 


nom compost, 


compound noun, 


^SjA («-' 


n. pr., 


noms propres, 


proper nouns, 


> ,w 


N.B., 


nota-bene, 


nota-bene, 


iJiU 


neol., 


neologisme, 


neologism, 


<JJ,-»*..-. ids' 



XX 



occ., 


en syriaque occidental, 


in West-syriac, 


^>" 


*JL>JI iJU 


or., 


en syriaque oriental, 


in East-syriac, 


UjiA 


4JL^_JI iillL) 


ord., 


ordinairement, 


ordinarily, 




olp 


omith., 


ornithologie (oiseaux), 


ornithology (birds), 




J^JI ^ 


/>•> 


pluriel, participe, passif, 


plural, participle, passive, J^ff 


' J*U t £»- 


p. a., 


participe act if, 


active participle, 




>wi r i 


part., 


participe, 


participle, 


J^il! 


jl >UJi r i 


pass., 


passif, 


passive, 




•k* 


path., 


pathologie, 


pathology, 




>t^fi l* 


pars., 


personne, personnel, persan, /wrxon, personal, persian 


. ^r* 


<■ iS** <• u** 


pharm., 


pharmacie, 


pharmacy, 




*} AyJ, 


phil, 


philosophic, 


philosophy, 




^q ,-,\f 


phon., 


phonetique, 


phonetics, 




OJ^l it 


physiol., 


physiologie, 


physiology, 




^Jij* 


phys., 


physique, 


physics, 




»^j^ 


p. imp., 


passif impersonnel, 


impersonal passive, 




■uU J^f 


p.p., 


participe passif, 


passive participle, 




J*f J*U 


pi., plur., 


pluriel, 


plural, 




er. 


portug., 


portugais, 


Portuguese, 




$*9>J 


prk., 


precedent, pr^cedemment. 


, precedent, before, 




LajLv t (jjl-» 


prcf., 


pr^fixe, 


prefix, 




iiL» 


prep., 


preposition, 


preposition, 




jr ^*j- 


procl., 


proclitique, 


proclitic, 4JU1 U£ll U^-jl. l\i\ 


pron., 


pronom, 


pronoun, 




j?+ 


pros., 


prosodie, 


prosody, 




<j*Jj* 


prat., 


protocole, 


protocol, 




>^J>S>jj. 


«/•» 


quelquefois, 


sometimes, 




t»v' 


quant., 


quantity, 


quantity, 


'4 < 


•Will djj 


R., 


racine, 


root, 




p 


r., 


sens reflechi, 


reflexive sense, 




ipjlilil < £H* 


rappr., 


rapprocher, comparer, 


bring near, compare, 




W 


rar. t 


rare, rarement, 


rare, rarely, 




Tpli 4 jiU 


redpr., 


reciproque, 


reciprocal, 




JiLu 



xxr 



red., 


reduction (ou contraction) 


, reduction (or contraction), #Icj1 


refl., 


r^flechi, 


reflexive, 


4jli J <il*i 


reg., 


regulier, 


regular, 


<jjjj- ' t5"Li 


rel., 


religion, 


religion, 


^ 


relat., 


relatif, 


relative, 


Lsr° J >-».>• 


renf., 


en renforcement, 


as reinforcement, 


hy* 


rep., 


repete, 


repeated, 


j£~* 


s., 


singulier, sens, 


singular, sense, 


15" ' V* 


s.-e., 


sous-entendu, 


implied, 


^i. 


•J- fig; 


sens figure, 


figurative meaning, 


<S'M 15" 


sing., 


singulier, 


singular, 


J > 


souv., 


souvent, 


often, 


\j\j. 


s. pr., 


sens propre, 


proper meaning, 


jr*- tS" 


subst., 


substantif, 


substantive, 


r 1 


suiv., 


suivant, le mot suivant, 


following, the following word, iJbJl i«i50l t Jtt 


superl., 


superlatif, 


superlative, 


J;, ■" HI f-l t J~-»*-> 


surf, 


mesure de surface, 


square measure, 


4»-l— * ^»LJu 


syn., 


synonyme, 


synonymous, 


J»iljv 


thiol., 


theologie, 


theology, 


0^)vl ip 


*j; 


toujours, 


always, 


t/b 


tr., 


transitif, 


transitive, 


JUi. 


us., 


usite, 


used, 


y 1 **' "** 


v., 


voir, 


see, 


Jkil s *JW 



Alphabet Syriaque 


Alphabet 


Ghaldeen 


tl 1 


1 


I 


- - 


O O. A A. 


o 


•* 


s a 


^ ^ *^ ^ 


\ 


\ 


\ v, 


• • 


a 


a. 

* 


— — 


Ot C* 


or 


o> 


- _ 


a a 





Oh 


^^ ^^ 



T 


T 


d 


A 


^ 


^ 


^ 


^ 


J* 


J* 


*o 


*a. 


V 


^ 


j 


1 


k£» 


^m 


to 


£0. 



>»». 



t - — 



^ *- ■<£ & W V ^ 



°7 °? a 



<p. bo. aa 

Jb A & to 

,3 v2l 3 .a. <3 A 3. 3 

j J — — fi K - - 

■ ■ 

a a. _ _ 



L Jfc^ _ _ A> A _ 



xxni 



MOTS FRANQAIS UTILISES PARFOIS SANS TRADUCTION 



FRENCH WORDS SOMETIMES USED WITHOUT TRANSLATION 



Ijt-J j_ji UL»-! Cojj A**Jy *\s?\ 



a, to, at, J* i J i j 
apres, a/fcr, -Uj 
aussi, afoo, Li>l 
avec, uii'iA, »* 
dans, in, J ' J 
de, of, from, j* 
devant, before, A*\ 
du, of, from, ,y 



en comp., in composition, tji- «- ^Sj» 

et, anrf, j 

ou, or, j I 

petit, iittfe, j±~* 

plus, more, ^Ti 

poids, weight, JU 

pour, ^>r, Jaj 

sans, without, &j± 



SIGNES ET EXPOSANTS 



SIGNS AND EXPONENTS — ifo| 



+ 
7 



1 
2 
3 

i 
T 



mot de la nomenclature qui appartient a la meme famille que le precedent, 
word of the vocabulary belonging to the same family as the preceding, 

jjU j-vi ji g-S « mi j. ur 

plus, more, ** . 

( ?) , forme ou sens douteux, doubtful form or meaning, *J v^r* is** ->' *■ 

en composition (locution, expression, etc.), 

in composition (phrase, expression, etc.), 

( *JI SjLp J »_/vA u 

Pe'al. Etpe'el. 

Pa'el. Etpa'al. 

Af'el. Ettaf'al. 

quadrilittere, quadrilitteral, ^f^.j . 

forme rare, rare form, Jj.sU 




/ 1, /, \ ; / ou l 1.000, 1.000 , \ ... . ; 

/ io.ooo\ lo.ooo, >••••;/ ioo.ooo, 

100.000, \ || /, le premier, 

the first, JjVI || (> le millieme , the 
thousandth, uJVI . 

yll , ord. f , pi. u»lfU etc. , &flp , air , 
air , »i j* ; aspect , &$/>«/ , i»j> . 
- \+yil , d'air, o/"at> , (jly& ; diabolique, 
diabolical, Jlk^i . 
ia/ , aout , August, i_jI . 

I '*» . 

^^ t pere , father , >->i ; moine , monA: , 

<_~»L> ; abb6, abbot, jjjj ; eveque, 
bishop, iJJL-t ; ^f. / lotla/ peres (ord. 
s. pr.) , parents (pere et mere) , an- 
cfitres, fathers (ord. proper sense) t pa- 
rents, ancestors, jIa»-! t jl-Ul_> t pUT ; 
pi. 2 ILotla/ peres etc. (ord. s. fig.), 
fathers etc. (ord. figurative sense), »UI 
(iSjUM ^dl oU) iJI . _ Aff. s. ^'l 

I |L&a/ u-Jpatriarche,/>flfriarcA,iJy vf lij 



- ILaa/ patronage , patronage , SjI»~ . 

- \ls>l patrice , patrician , &Jai . 

- ]Lo^\ paternel , fatherly , ts_^i . 

- |Loov=»/ patermtd , fatherhood , 5_^jI . 

£? , or. & , pi. P>{ et \ZL>1 , fruit , 
fruit , «/:* . 

»^a/ alphabet , alphabet } ^\ . 

\+^>l boiteux , lame, g j** ; v. n. pr. 

**^ i , »=|.j , £tre perdu, p6rir , to be 
lost, perish, iilU t rlJ> ; ^o , Stre 
prive" de, eloigne" de, to be deprived of f 
far removed from 3 j* Xol t ,j. (*) *j»- . 

- h-=/ perdu, gone astray , jJLi ; qui 

n'a plus, one who lacks, r^\ I L ♦*;>/, 

e. \i+A . 

- |Lov*=/ perdition , perdition , iJ^U ; 

perversity , depravity , «taj . 

- \L**l chose perdue , lost object , *^ 

ijli* ; fin , end , Sjlf j perdition } 
perdition , iJ^U . 



J — *l 



- \>lal perdition, perdition, li^U \ perte, 

mine, loss, ruin, ^->\j*-t ijL^-; fin, 
end, 5jL^ . 

- \*.>+*l pernicieux , pernicious , * lS -* . 
- 2 *»/ detruire , to destroy , ^>ji~ . 

- |Lojj»of destruction, destruction,^^, 

- 3 po| detruire, ruiner, to destroy, ruin, 

i\A t v>*- j perdre , to lose, ^i ; 
6tre pervers, to be perverse, -x~i . 
\*aL"l _ rt |k»ai/, />/. |&II ' _ flute, 

jjoaf porche, porch, 3\jj J !&.aa{ niche 

(logette) , niche , "ijf . 
I^^ia/ cigogne, .rtorA, £-;a>- ^ji . 
ILasf , m., pi. Ilea] , rfcgle de macon , 

bricklayer's rule , »Li » jk— > racloir , 

scraper , dlrf . 
|$ta/ acte ecrit , uniting , <iL* . 

»o4l£e*&<*? , c. ' ol , empereur... 
|aa; coq , avA , iL j . 

^» ( , <!>£ ; - i %Z\Ll pleurer, se 
lamenter, to weep, bewail , t-U t £> . 

- JUii tnste, jad, ,^j»- ; mome, mon£, 



L-* 



b ; pieux , pious , ^S . 

- |L£t*a/ tristesse , sorrow , by- ; vie 

monastique , monastic life , iii-j . 

- \h\ , ^J»/ , pleurs , lamentations , 

weeping , lament , »-lJ , »liC . 
-^.^La/ de deuil , mourning, ^jl-i*- . 

- |L<u^|&m tristesse , sorrow , <j>- . 
|&a{ , c. |&aoi , chameaux... 

tfaf pierre , stone , j~>- ; gemme , 

gem , j*jt- • 
I^ojs,] etc. , e€svo$ , bot. , ebemer . 

£bene , ebony - tree , ebony , »_>>*£■ 

****l etc., <&€€£?, abbe\ abbot, jo l _ r ±J j . 
\L»l poussiere , dust , jLi- . 



\i*l plume, feather, iij ; aile, «»ng, 
t-U>- ; membre, limb, j~*e . 

\ia} plomb, lead, ^-Ly . 

u>«A')^/ ,pl. o , sxBixo?, defenseur- 
de-cite, public-prosecutor, ijJU- ..l^- . 

I* *7 

Va^i ou \>a^l, aycov, lutte, combat, 

wrestling, fight, A^~ i StjLa* . 

- &*4J , /, ctywix, agonie, «#»iy, £_!>'. 
-liJa^J, iyntiaxi \\ jL. '^ 

combattre, to wrestle, -uU- . 

- l£j»Ja^/ , 4ytovc<r8^? , lutteur, 

combattant, wrestler, combatant, 

- il4^«^J , c. \l*4j . 

}t*j*^l cruchon..., v. tf^f . 

t^»«»^f , aypoff, champ, field, Ji- ; 

ferme, ^an», «j> ; hospice, a/mr- 

houses, (Sj\* . 

- \joM*fA^J petit champ, little field, 

y**^/ , epiov , laine, wool, J>j~* . 

Ih^? froid..., v. |X^ . 

im.^N^I etc., /., exXei'^ig , eclipse, 
eclipse, Ji^S" . 

|ao^/ marais. marsh, *JcL~. . 

$<*J , /■> pot, 7««, »Uj ; chapiteau, ca^i- 
te/, iy? ,_,»!; ; roues et essieux, wheels 
and axles, jj^-j <-J'ji ; |6o^/ cru- 
chon, small jug, jjT . 

- &<? , c !•<? . 

*^^ , »*^^ embaucher, louer, to 
engage, hire, j>-^-\ ; corrompre, to 
bribe, Jt,. -^IL/, />. 

- 'j*^? <l u i prend a louage, on£ who 

- !i-^/ mercenaire, hireling, jr^-\ ; 

)Li*4ji salaire, salary, S^l ; gage, 
pledge, j*, . 



«*of J^J 



- ILo^s^/ louage, kiring, *\_f ; enro- 
lement, enlistment, x^- . 

-\'+*J. 5 *4/ , salaire, prix, wages, 
price, j* i *sr\ || lissj l£i payeur, 
maitre, paymaster, employer, -u- t ^^i* 

- 3 t^of louer (placer a gages), to let 
out, J 3 r \ ; vendre, to sell, pL ; 
>o». , convenir du prix avec, to agree 
on the price with, *• S/j-"ill J* Ja>I . 

\UJ toit, «w/, Ji- jj \i^J £ , /ra<A., 
^pilepsie, epilepsy, f^* ; / ^> 
epileptique, epileptic, ^j-* . 

i'^J ou ILi^f , pi. &UJ , lettre, 

Utter, SJLy . 
k^oj/ fournaise, furnace, Uyl . 
I*-*W faubourgs, suburbs, 7-\yJ> . 
I&f / ou |&£*{ vantaux, kaiw (<>/" <A»r), 

*>/ Adam..., z>. n. />r. |j ?o>/ ^ , pi. 
jo)/ Cos , homme, man, jLJI ; quel- 
qu'un, somebody, o»-l . 

- U*»)t d'Adam, of Adam, /oT j» . 
|&»9f terre, 5<«7, ,jJ» ; poussiere, rfurf, <_>!./ 

- ^.)b*B)/ de terre, earthy, Jlj- . 

««[»/{ , wuto^ , \£*£jy»tl etc., dcBa^ac, 
acier, .jfce/, iVy ; diamant, </fu- 
mond, (j^Ul . 

- |*oMf/ ; - itnnuStYifl etc., d'acier, 

Jtee/ (adj.), is'^ji ; de diamant, 
diamond (adj.), ^ylil . 

W , /, 1° —pi- |j»/ - oreille, ear, oil ; 
2° _ />/. |6u)/ _ anse, handle, Ijjt- ; 
bouche de I'outre, moufA of the 
leather-bottle, 3 jil J ; golfe, £«//", j*~U- . 

ill mars, March, jlil . 

I>>? j >>/ , aire, threshing-floor, jAj . 

I'?' > *?f » ( ') ch ^ ne ' oak > Qx*. . 



(>o))/ chambre, room, lij* ; vestibule, 
hall, >1*j ; terrasse, terrace, —L- . 

Jooyy/ autel du feu, fire altar, jUl «ji. . 

\&f{l , c- M^»W , statue... 

\L)l , u.»/ , s'tSo?, idee, forme, ufea, 
form, hj~* l »j^» ; espece, genre, 
species, kind, ( _ r a>- t £^i ; nature, 
nature, ^J* ; fruit, produit, ,/ruif, 
produce, r-Uii t S_^ || \Lf'l & de 
meme sorte, o/" /A« same kind, j* 

•H > l«( j «*•( 5 «■»•>< bien! i«W/ ! »T (iron.) 
li/ j«? he ! he !, A*-A*/ ! . j ! . j (iron.) 
U«( en rut..., i>. -'♦op. . 

of ou o/ , d«>. /ctb. y^/. uof , rf., 
^ , ^ , O..., 0..., ... I . 

o/ ou 6{ , ou, or, either, j\ ; ^ (apris 

compar.), que, than, j* |j ...o/ ...oj 

soit... soit..., either... or..., ... jl ...jl . 

l 9 71 
IO i 6tre d'accord, to a^r«, jilj . 

- Uo? , pi. ££/ , ^.o/ , /. i£-o7 , ^/. 

ffit^o/ , qui est d'accord, familier, 
egal, agreeing, familiar, equal, c JjIu 

- |uo| en accord, agreeing, Jjbu . 

- &*\lol en accord, in agreement, JLuL . 

- |La*o/ accord, agreement, JliJl ; conju- 

ration, conspiracy, »j*\}* || IL^o? t^ 
allie, a//>i, vJlJU- . 

- Moo/ e* ^jo/ , et f. |6uo/ , demeure, 

lodging, j^L— . 

- 2 i*o/ accorder, unir, to harmonize, 
unite, ^u jilj ; *j^ . - 2 co|L/ p. ; 
r. ; se reconcilier, to be reconciled, 
»JLaj ; adherer, to adhere, J-adl . 

(*ao/) . 1 Lao|L/ om 2 tao|E{* , bruler de 
desir, to be inflamed with longing, t JaiS 
fc^l . Rappr. 1 ia^U . 



**o/ — idol 



llaoj , & pia, malheur ! «w« / !«LL-Tj . 
Ijo/ baton, JfteA, L»* ; tison, brand, 

l*$9<>{, toBxpiXjSornettes, no n^^n^ejJjUl^-. 
«iof o« *>6f ah! helas! ah! alas! ! oLL-lj ! »T. 
pfof bassin, /awr, (j-y- . 
ja££*)a£of , a&70Xp3CT{Dp,empereur, sou- 

verain, emperor, sovereign, J»U t j^l»L>v.| 
U^oJ ,/., s&TX^ia, ordre, order, i__j/ . 
pi^of , ofoTSjavos, grands (subst.), 

important people, oLaI . 
uoj 6..., o..., ... L, ; he ! ho! ! LI . 
(<-o/) || w.of 6lIl» chacals, jackals, ^IjjLj. 

b>*3o/ a savoir, soit, to u>i7, whether,^ t ^t. 

t&a^iso'l etc., /., sttyapUTTia, Eucha- 

ristie, Eucharist, Li-jUjI . 
li^o/ meules, n'cAj, i_a1p jl (>J A£\ ', 

greniers, lofts, »J^I . 
^^.0/ , otyxXAoyov, io/., bois d'aloes, 

\taLo] , a6^.tov 3 valine, valley, s\j . 
|£\Ao? lamentation..., w. 1 H/ . 
^o/ oh! oA/ ! J. 

^of , aire'i;. ( = l*&jof ) , once, onces... 
v «l1^io? , pi. £ ' et \>al ' , S'iayy^XlOV, 
evangile, gospel, J~f I . 

- p»^o/ evangelique, evangelical, J^l . 

- |^«n.\^of , s6ayysXl(TTYi?, evan- 

geliste, evangelist, J^f I . 

|_oq3o_io/ etc., suvou^o?, eunuque, 
eunuch, ^a^- . 

\+aJO[ ,j.,pl. im_* «/ |kea_» , lat. tmcia, 
et |6wajo/ , /wz'ffr, once, ounce, iiji . 

fjaol et ixD&uof , oxct£, oasis, o&ro, 4»-ij . 

l**»of s _/., />/. ia__»xao( , O'JOtx, essence, 
substance, essence, substance, c _y^ 
olj ; biens, property, Jljjl || «-» 
l^toj consubstantiel, consubstantial, 



.of essentiel, essential, iSj^>- • 
o£&o? consuls..., v. t4»e>g£oO) . 

yA.^o/ etc.,/., pi. jla', dtpcpixiov, asses- 
seurs, assessors, OjijL» . 

pu9o/ roues, wheels, l-JI_p . 

|;9o? , dcu/pop^*, vase a vin, wine pot, 
jjJi Ail . 

(a^o? prefet..., et der., v. ooi . 

lAfc*fio0ik3o/ *fc., OiC09S<7l£, Supposition, 

supposition, ,j<»!_/il ; affaire, affair, jA . 

'>J°' > M°' » g renier ' Senary, ^j* . 
im«.i|1oo/ , ^ilso/ , efc., (i>X3av6^, ocean, 
ocean, ^ji^Sji . 

M--oo/ , k«u , *te., />/. i*» , oyxivo?, cro- 
chet, ancre, hook, anchor, iLy t <_jS*T ; 
sonde, sounding-lead, ^y^Tj* . 

Igo^o/ tffc., /a/. orWta, orbite, orbit, jl-U . 

|^Jo/ tigre, striped, ji\ . 

^al^iof etc., pi. /*', Opyxvov, instru- 
ment, instrument, «ljl ; organe, 
organ, *i\ . 

\-Lrfol , ord. /., grenouille, frog, itJjLi . 

>ljo{ efc. || yito/ v^ , ^oo/., belette, 

weasel, ^j- j\ . 

r-io/ chemin..., v. «-»»/ . 

|I>o/ , />/. ILoyo/ , etable, creche, stall, 
manger, jjI. t JJ*-»I . 

1 6- jo/ Loi (Pentateuque), Law (Penta- 
teuch), (»bjj) *«ij- • 

v ov»fo/ «/ wa^i , etc., Opl^tov, horizon, 
horizon, jjl . 

s&paxuAwv, vent violent, %A wind, 

|te.Afo/ morceau d'etofFe..., v. 1 ^Jof . 
Ijjof e< l^ooi , /a/, orarium, sorte d'etole, 

Ain</ o/ stole, J^i^. py . 
jl-vof , zool., etalon, stallion, J*i . 



*-/ *«/ 



livlof hosanna, hosanna, juJ-I ; palmes, 
palm-branches, J^ OLipI || v. n. pr. 

[fplot et tm*£jLo? , a'jQsVTt]^, maitre, 
master, ^Vl <~*-L*> . 

- 1ȣjLo/ , ./., a69sVTta, pouvoir, ru/e, 
S<j- ; diocese, diocese, \£j\ . 

- &*l£>Lo/ spontanement, spontaneously, 

- nn.^'Lo? , <x69svtixy) ; - ^oo-^jLo? 
OC(i0svTlx6v, exemplaire original, 
original copy, i_U>l ii*«J ; imperial, 
imperial, i£j_»kljv.l . 

W 

fatf , anat., poils de l'aine, hair of the 

groin, »ilS3l jJ- . 
p^at/ etc., taureau, bull, jji ; buffle, 



buffalo, 



u^y 



U 



^1/ arc, voute, arch, vault, -lie t S^kJ . 

\'<4jl , c- \'+<*}A , messager... 

1 r* 

^J * , ^|£ , impir. %.\ , s'en aller, to 

go away, <_-*i ; mourir, to die, dl> ; 

"^ , etre convenable pour, utile a, 

to suit, be useful to, «ii t J jilj . 

- V)t action d'aller, going, <_jL*S ; de- 

part, departure, 2j.sU. . 

- UtMe , ^i|k marche, walk, j~> ; 

voyage, journey, _yL- ; |&f|» id. ; 
depart, departure, oSkil ; mort, 
death, Cjy* . 

\**j^*>\\ , c. nu> , emeraude... 

A-» 1 frere, brother, j-1 ; (l'un)... 1'autre, 
(one)... another, j*-*j\ . . . (ji»-JjJI) : ex. 
uoio^jj J-a^ n.vii ils se jurerent l'un 
a 1'autre, they bound themselves to one 
another by oath, ^lU -u-I^JI ,_il». • f 
|&_ , pi. |L5-/ , soeur, sister, £J-\ _ Aff. 

- pa-/ ; - Ina*./ petit frere, little 

brother, jm 4-1 . 



- [11/ ; - jlL.? fraternel,/raterna/,^^>-l . 

- |La-/ fraternite, brotherhood, "»yt-\ ; 

freres, brothers, ]y-\ || yL»-f toi, 
frere, you, brother, iiJ^I . 

- |LajLa-f fraternite, brotherhood, ^-1 . 

- ^] _/. IfcoL./ , />/. )l' ' tf \il '_ pa- 

rent, kinsman, >-~iji . 

- |Lai— / parente, alliance, kinship, 

alliance, <*}[£■ t *j\ji . 
- 2 ^— apparenter, to ally, bj» ; faire 
sien, to make his own, 4i*»U- J*>- . 

- |lui» parent, kinsman, ^Ji . 

1 V) 
**» i , jo~Jj prendre, recevoir, to tafc, 

receive, f J^ t JU-I ; tenir, retenir, 

soutenir, contenir, to AoW, retain, 

sustain, contain, ^j>- <. *.$ <. j«- 1 \^J* ; 

fermer, assieger, to close, besiege, 

j^- i jltl ; ^o , ecarter de, to discard 

from, jp JUjI ; garder, cacher, to 

keep, hide, ls-\ c Jii»- ; continuer, 

durer, regner, to continue, last, reign, 



d±L 



c r b 



proposer (une 



enigme), to propose (an enigma), 
(Tjil) ^j> . -IjlLL/ ou ijllL/ A ; 
etre etabli, to be set up, *il ; etre 
payee (dette), to be paid (debt), 

aider, to /#//>, AaU II pxax »-/ , 
suivre, to follow, «J . 
|>o-/ n. ag. ; licteur, /ictor, ^^J . 
**»/ /). />. : tenu, held, J>wi< , «fc, ; 

^. a. : tenant, holding, iuL* , efc. ; 

li^./ puissant, mighty, jjZ ; maitre, 

master, -L-. ; prefet, prefect, £\*- 
[| Va »— / tout puissant, maitre 

de tout, powerful, master of all, 

ILo*— ./ prise, taking, J>-\ • posses- 
sion, possession, ij'jtul ; fermeture, 
closing, JLiil ; jonction, junction, ic»- . 



-if — 1-1 



- |L»~of enigme, enigma, y>) . 

- IjC~o( puissance, pouvoir, power, 

sway, <LiU t »j-J ; majeste, majesty, 
iJ"iU- ; possession, possession, dLL ; 
territoire, territory, ~*Sle ,jij\ . 

- Iv-J retenue, holding back, Jw- ; 

fermeture, fastening, jii ; verrou, 
Aoft, t^j" ; siege, jage, jL»- ; 
iLjlf verrou, Zw//, ^^U || |^f ylf 
secours, A«//>, SApL- [I tyy «— / 
guerre, war, ^j*- || £11 ^If fasci- 
nation, fascination, j# . 

- «—P» j| l*-**> »— 1» fausse apparence, 

false appearance, .-ol^ _^lt ; fasci- 
nation, fascination, jH . 

- »~*m || |J*J (Zom 6^3 poignee, 

handle, 



- }iC~LkM || &» U incomprehensible, 

incomprehensible, f>fi» yi- . 
- 2 *Lj prendre, to take, -Ul || JiLI *!,{ 

fasciner, tromper, to fascinate, 

deceive, ^i <. jH . 
- 3 *-o/ faire prendre, to make take, 

iJ ^i ; donner, to give, (J l*cl ; louer, 

to let out, (*a») >r' 5 fermer, enfer- 

mer, to close, shut up, ^~J> i X- ; 

allumer, to kindle, J»i . 

- |*~oL petit bois, sticks, >Ju- . 

- ^^.oL combustible, combustible, xSj . 

V*3ok~-J Achitophel..., v. n. pr. 

- \£aob*.~l perfide, perfidious, ^U- . 
U~{ et lL.o{ plante alcaline, ale aline 

plant, Ji . 

ux~( et ^-J bien ! hourra ! well ! hurrah ! 

! IV ! Lo . 

\i-*»V - lUI , L£L , ^/. |C;L , fin, bout, 
en</, extremity, <_j^> t o^-T . 

- lit**/ dernier, /art, j^i ;%.,£, 

posterieur a, posterior to, julT ; 



|6-U] , /. ; fin, ctk/, »l^il ; post£- 
ri'te, posterity, «jJ»- |J ££-J |aal 
mer mediterranee, mediterranean sea, 
.L^dl ^Jl.. 

- fiui^J , <wfo., a la fin, at last, \^>-l 

|| fiu£~|a apres, after, o»j . 

- |La*M*J posteriority, posteriority, j>-\S . 

- tfU , />/. uU - f IlU , *Lp , 

jit;-? , ^/. |£L£-j _ autre, other, j>-1- 
quelqu'un, some one, •i»jj || ^Ao 
^fmj encore un peu de temps, still 
a little while, JJi cJj -Ui || pj-/ 
^j(H»io varies, varied, bjej^z. . 

- li*t»7 autre, o/A«r, _^-T || ^laaii iJ£~] 

heterodoxe, heterodox, Sj'j*' • 

- fiu^i^./ ; - feujij;*./ autrement, other- 

wise, j*-\ 4»-jJ . 
-'{^differer, to defer, (-^.) J>-l ; intr. 

tarder, to tarry, Jf«" . - 3 ^Lo[l/ p. 
-lLov~*» || jiaj' Loi-*>» ajournement, 

postponement, J^lJ . 

- |L*»*~mo sejour, j/qy, i.lij . 

- It-oL , c. Ji»| Lo(y>ow . 

tarder, to linger, j>-Xl • suivre, to 
follow, /oil . 

-M»-&» tard, late, \j>-*y ; peu a 
peu, by little and little, t-ii Uxi . 

- |Lo^.A>a» ajournement, delay, j~rlj . 

- U-oa* ou I^moa , et f. |Lt-a* , retard, 

lenteur, delay, slowness, *]ai t ^-U . 
- 2 ^lft*/ rester..., v. 1 ^L* . 

|&*tt*_{ souper..., i'. >**-. . 

\»±yl , aTOjxov, individu, person, ^a^ . 

C*a^I courroies..., v. 1 \L^ i. 

fi^a.'iaioft^* > iTUjioXoyVjcai j| '^l 
*^l tirer son origine, to tafe ifa 
rise, J~»l7 . 

1^4? » /•> rayon, rq>>, ^l*i . 



*-/— Ht 



va^y , or. (j-LLI , de satin, of satin, ^ 

lO^tdevenir sourd, to become deaf, ^ijr . 

- |>o4| ferm6, closed, jli. ; resserr£, 

tight, jj~*£ ; plein, full, *J- ; 
dense, dense, .JtJS" ; solide, solid, 
<_JL» ; sourd, deaf, ^ji^l . 

- jlnvi.^/ hlb&ude (d'un sens), wea- 

kening {of sense), (*-^-) J'ltf' ; ple- 
nitude, fulness, ofcul J epaisseur, 
densitd, thickness, density, SiliS' i ilr* . 

L^othl , '• \4»?U> > cedrat... 

^Hl etc., vermicelle, vermicelli, *jjv^ . 

..,_»{ [ graphie fr^quente des mots a 
lere i- , frequent writing of the words 
beginning with i* , o^lSOl 5JU- ibT 

tfa^J , e. ta^j , lutte... 

lifttt^*? , c. ^aM^ot , chef... 

|L^j.f , t. |C^f , lettre... 

\U1 main..., v. a u . 

(C4 quelle ?..., c. (L.f . 

^a^o-^.? > 'TjOlXTOV, 6dit, edict, *_y*j* . 

a** , O..., 0..., ... L ; courage ! cheer 

up ! ! *>*£j ; malheur ! woe ! \ Jj j . 
^a.| palais, palace, j*ai . 
I»^W et tv^>4 messager, messenger, 

tij^j ; legat, «;, t_JU . 

- ILo^i*? legation, legation, iio . 
\§*\ , six*, ensuite, alors, afterward, 

then, &x* i Aj.Uj . 
ifl comme, selon, as, according to, i Jt4 
<- — =- ; environ, about, J^s- ; = &7UO... 
(ex. : i^v* if!\ 5 67t6-7Ct>ipo?, un peu 
amer, somewhat bitter, lj\J.\ j» »^i Jp ) 
1 1 y y./ comme, as, u ; comme si, 
teifjiu; parce que, because, <o^ ; 
afin que, in or<fer that, l J*J ; en sorte 
que, jo that, jl £_^j || ^j ^\ = /oc. 



twfo. (ex. : l^tua^ i^{ le plus sou- 
vent, most often, iJU'i/l Jc) || ^j yj 
afin de, de maniere a, in order that, 
so as to, ol £>j t $ || 9 £ ^ 
v. £ ; f M" ^A , i>. |*a || , J» Y'U 
I ^l , v. v i |j f om ^4 y i uei ijA 
selon ce qui, en ce qui, en tant que, 
according to that, in what, in so far as, 
<Jl Is i ^i i ] c ^j~ • comme si, as if, 
J Lfjl o« i^lj , p'w ylj tel, pareil, 
jwrA, a/i'A:*, <di. « -tj-i . 
]L] oil ? z«A*« ? ? ^1 || oLJ ( = o« (L?) 
on est-il ? iwAere is he ? ? _>» ^>l ; 
comment ? Aau> . p ? *J^ ; pourquoi ? 
ujAjv ? ? lili || j (L? la ou, ou, wA«r« 5 
ii— »- || 9 (a*/ &«/ parfois, sometimes, 
liLa-1 ; r^>., wf. ; rip., les uns... les 
autres..., some... others..., ... j» 1^1. 
...,> ^ || Ji-li ou ? u;A*r* ? ? ^1 ; 
jusqu'ou ? how far ? ? ^1 Jl J pour- 
quoi ? u;A>. ? ? liU || ^/ «/ l^-jj 
ou ? ujAw^ ? ? ^/l . 

1 1 ^ *( , ^J , comment? how? V.JiS ; 
pourquoi ? why ? ? !ili j| f [I!./ 
ainsi que, or, Ji* ; de maniere que, 
so that, 01 9yj || ooif ^lL.; de quel- 
que maniere, some way or other, ^L 
u^So, J^i || Jii./ i^*/j comment, Aom;, 
^J*S j par exemple, ybr example, 9>t> . 

- b*)!**.} de quelque maniere, in a 

way, U Icjj . 

- |Ueux.f maniere, manner, 9y . 

- |Lft.ii.^ id. ; qualite, quality, *JLe> ; 

rang, condition, iJj . 

ILI cerf, stag, Jil ; /. |&4 biche, 

- |6\*y arbuste, jArw6, oj-Jz • ( ?) foret, 
forest, iili . 

- U^-J arbre, tree, *j£ || jli'v.y 6>*a 

fordt, forest, *jU . 



\a/— M 



- |!I > v»| d'arbre, tree (adj.), ^y? . 

- (uj secours, help, SjpL-* . 
^./ quels ?..., zi. jLf . 

Jaa&*/ |j *f ^o d'ou ? whence ? ? ^i j» . 

jaoalLf jour..., ». a u . 

^f oui, yes, *jo j vraiment, truly, u»- ; 
mais, i«f, 4 jS3j . 

|L? , /. \'J\, pi. m. et f. ^Li , qui ? quel ? 
lequel? iwAc? what? which? ? tjl ? j>« 
|| ? al>/ ( = 001 (L/ ) qui? 10A0? 
? jj* J qui est-il ? kiAo ir A* . ? ? j* ^ J 
y a-t-il quelqu'un qui ? is there any 
one who ? ? j» 4»-jj i || y (L/ celui 
qui, quiconque, he who, whosoever, 
J» cjl i ^o!l || oot* lw n'importe 
lequel, any one at all, b\S~ LI . 

- I Lou/ ; - W.tui+1 quality, quality, *jl* . 
^MhtJ , />/. (aali/ , ICOV, exemplaire, 

jaspe, jasper, >~ r ^u . 
\jL,{ ou uaif , sta.TJ, en vain, sans raison, 
in twin, without reason, c ts .»■*»- u>s 

|joa*7 , stxtov, image, image, »jj~» . 

Rappr. |loo« , v. *a* . 
\LiA*l charge..., v. 1 iA* . 
il] mai, May, jU . 
Ii-.J marmite, pot, j£ ; pelle, shovel, J^j . 
^ol^/ efc., LspxTsTov, sanctuaire, 

sanctuary, o_»> , 
U»4 cable, cai/e, J** J^- . 

*N»( £tre, to A«, OlT (v. gram.) . — Aff. 
u6«/ 5 »/*^*( , «fc-j je suis, tu es, 
/ am, thou art, dj£> 4 OjTI , etc. 
|| i^ bJ\ , l>Lo\ &•/ j'ai, / have, ^X* 
|| ^.v &•/ il incombe a, to be incumbent 
upon, Jp l _^ r -j || o£ 6-f j) il n'est plus, 
he is no more, Oju Jj^j V II ... > &*/ 



f 6-/o les uns..., les autres, some... 
others, Ojy-")}\ ... <j-**Jl . 

- |Lo6-/ essence, essence, yy? || *a 

ILobw/ consubstantiel, consubstantial, 

- \lb*{ essence, essence, yy? \ biens, 

means, i[y> . 

- il»k*f essentiel, essential, \$ yy ; ker- 

nel, divin, eternal, divine, ^U-JU- , 

- bllib*/ essentiellement, essentially, 

- fijL il n'est pas..., v. a ^ . 

\b&l , m., pi. |6>Zs{ , colere, anger, i_~-ip . 

- p&sf irrit^, wrathful, OUtf . 

- (Laibs/ irascibility, irascibility, lc-j~> 

-* fta|L/ se facher, to be angry, ^.Ju. . 

i^a{ , c. *aa , peut-etre... 

Mji/ , /., exiova, vipere, viper, ^i\ ; 

aspic, asp, J~» . 
jas/ stable, stable, j-k-»l . 

Loaf ) . l>Los/ , Y* - * 3 ' » ete- ' comme 
moi, comme toi, /lie me, like you, 

M'p; , ^Is? , comme, as, ii \\ j (Ip? 

comme, or, u . 
K^a{ ^| : - bufi^s/ ensemble, 

together, U. . 

^«^» , ^as^j , manger, to eat, JTI , 
consumer, to consume, i_iijl J de" man- 
ger, to ftoA, ,iJU . -i 1 ^^/ ^. |j %af 
|(«aa maltraiter, to ill-treat, *LLu »UI ; 
massacrer, to massacre, ^ji || "^a/ 
|'»^-^, etre ingrat, to 6« ungrateful, 
Js-i-l ^ || ovai^ oii ^af €tre triste, 
to 4« sorry, oy- || |^L^ ^i/ etre 
intime, to 6« intimate, i_jJ L> |[ ^a/ 
ot&*£* se repentir, to repent, /•■Jj [| ^js/ 



Aa/ — \a/ 



W& calomnier, accuser, to slander, 

accuse, IWy; U-*o ^/ , Nti&sJ , 

diffamateur, slanderer, fix j accu- 

sateur, accuser, jilj ; le demon, /Ae 

dewV, ulkJtJi . 

- lb/ , en/., teigne, mo/A, 5ic . 

- Das/ glouton, glutton, »p ; |6\as/ 

1°, /. ; 2° chancre, canker, aITT ; 
|6^o3/ , id". 2° . 

- |Li\aa/ voracity, voracity, ^ . 

- 'fc-aj />. />. ; cari^e (dent), decayed 

{tooth), (j^) ^^ . 

- U^s>l action de devorer, devouring, 

^Lr**! ; usure, wearing, Jj ; deman- 
geaison, itching, JlTI . 

- Ibof nourriture, ^»<w/, f l»L . 

- fbpa irf. * repas, meal, SIT I . 

- ^(m II |i*o ^aj» accusations, accu- 
sations, i$J^* . 

- I&.&31* , pi. I&* <?/ Ic^-3|m , c Us|m ; 

action de devorer, devouring, ^yi\ . 
- 2, ^3|L^recevoir a manger, to be given 

to- eat, SlTU Jxt] . 
- 3, %>ao( dormer a manger, to give to 
eat, ^T U ^c\ ; donner a brouter, 
to give to be browsed, ^j\ . - 3 "^aoLL/ , 
c. 2 <^|L? . 
l«*&va{ , o^Xo?, foule, attroupement, 
crowd, mob, *iiy i i»^- ; sedition, 
sedition, <_J^i . 
i J* 
y*^ ', ^o»3 [», etre noir, to Ae black, *y\ . 

- 2 jfta|[f etre rendu noir, to be made 
black, (*) i^y . 

- puof noir, black, iy\ ; |auo? , />/. ; 

vetements noirs, 6/«c£ garments, 

- |Lomso? noirceur, blackness, ^]y . 

■ 3 joao/ rendre noir, to blacken, $y ; 
etre noir, to ic A/acA, '*y\ ulS'. 

4 r ^ * 

- 3 *3oLL/ ^. 



tsas/ combien..., comme..., v, \x& . 
v i»/ II ♦ \=""f afin que..., v. ^ . 
^s{ alors, /Act, iii->- . 

!>»•»/ , m. et J., l%£%px, chambre, 

room, ~*&j- . 
v aoa3/ efc., oc?wv, axe, a*ir, j_>* . 

|&*«»am»; pouvoir, power, olSCl ; pr&t, 

loan, ^J . 
tfoia/, /., pi. u» r/ , llopix, exil, 
exile, l j<£* . 
-ji.Joia/j g£opi<Tai|| pv '*/ exiler, 
to exile, ^ . 

- ]LLm*ft^>t , ££opl<76Y)V0U || |om '»f 

etre exiled to ie exiled, j . 
- 4 *mA? exiler, to exile, Ji . - 4 ^»[Lf ^. 

(lis? , /., <&?£*, dignite, <$gm{y, 5JJ..; 
^ a!^s/ , />/. ; gages, iwagw, ^Ij . 

lt^M9< ciseau (du tailleur de pierres), 

chisel, (_>iJL. . 

|»il«s{ , pi. |££ , dc^i(O k u.a, axiome, 

axiom, l-U- ; dignity, dignity, IJj j 

privilege, privilege, jLu\ . 

nwa.BQ^ , OC^LO^, digne, worthy, J* I . 

/ , 2?l?, nature, nature, i*J» ; 

6xite, ^'(Vj ^^ • 

[ , c. ^*a3 , elixir... 

|>iMi{ J - l*JLcadl , v. ^aoS . 

4 ^>s{ exiler..., z;. (*yoMd/ . 

la*attf «/ > !».*>;«>•>/ , s^ap^o?, exarque, 

exarch, S~[*~ • 
v «4'°* nS f > ^?^pttTO?, armee, army^^ij*- . 

l ^i 
* °^*^ » , iAi|j , rar. &a|j , ^ , s'occuper 

de, to /aAe care o/, > i ^u.\ ; persister, 

to persist, flj ; ^>, , contraindre, to 

constrain, |»^ll_|p^I iA 6Aif j'ai eu 

soin de, / took care of, j c^*I . 

- (3aa / qui prend soin, caring for, i ju« . 



a*. — A*l 



10 



- \jkJSt diligent, diligent, 

- &Il4*a/ avec soin, carefully, ►h=tlj . 

- |L*&*3{ diligence, diligence, J»LiJ ; 

violence, violence, »-li . 

- \lksoj 1° sollicitude, care, »l^tl ; 

2° importunity, importunity, <»-U- . 

- 2 \SaI contraindre, to constrain, * jJl . 

- l)6£a»{ , C. £as/ . 

. \ik»\ , *. Oaaof 2° . 

I i-S i laboureur, ploughman, £& . 

- I Lop? agriculture, agriculture, **{> j . 
m 2 £i labourer, to plough, £>y- ; 

produire, to produce, J* I ; r6col- 
ter, to r*a/>, J*- . 

llybdf , 2v9pX, inimitie, enmity, Sjl-le- . 

I. If ( = D J) si ne... pas, sinon, i/" 
not, or «ire, Vlj t jl lil ; settlement, 
only, -lai* || 9 0/ si ce n'est que, a 
moins que, but that) unless, t lit jl 
(1 ol || J jjf id. ; sauf, but, Vl ; 
mais, 6m/, ^ij || U|o sinon, or cire, Vlj 
|| o II j mais aussi, mais, but yet, but, 

ii. Of , (iXAa, mais, cependant, but, 
however, ifJIi *. 4 j53j || D.' »a»*^a ...U 
seulement, only, -Lii . 

JJi , or. X U/ , 0).i , se lamenter, to 
bewail, f-li . - 1 iA|Lf p. impers. ; Stre 
pleur6, to be mourned, ^ • 

- lL£ , Ji ; - \LL\>\ ; - ULw lamen- 



tation, lamentation, 
m z J^\ implorer, to implore, J^ol . 

-^|[f,c. ifif. 
- )fcj£ pleureuse, aw/>er (/.), ijl-b . 

lot^&t Dieu..., v. n. pr. ; dieu, god, 



L^ov^ divin, divine, ^J>\ . 

k*|ovV divinement, t/iwwZ)',^! «j^«j . 

ILocJj-V divinite, divinity, £jy>Y || ft 
lLoovV athdisme, atheism, *)»•*- ', 
paganisme, paganism, *^j . 

^ov-i diviniser, to deify, <JI . 

- 2 ovi|Lf A ; r. 
■ |Laiov^.|&M divinisation, divinisation, 

■ull- . 

JSi. si (irreel), if {unreal), j j| ^» a-i 

ou iJ» a_3j. plut au ciel que..., phase 

God that..., ...±J . 

V^>f et taiLf septembre, September, J^L I . 

Lla»eol/ , dXuaftias, olympiade, o/ym- 

'lik peiner..., v. 1 IP . 

| Lai. , /., queue (du mouton), tail (of 
sheep), ( Jj>l) iJ - 

(L-£ faible, 16ger, iweaA:, /:#Af, t iJui>- 
iju**^ ; vain, vain, JLU ; impru- 
dent, imprudent, JiU ; provocateur* 
provoker, j&* . 
- ||»'v. Hl faiblesse, weakness, d*J> . 

l yi "^ } ?»i|.i etre irrite, to ie incensed, 



ILotA dfesse, goddess, i»^l . 



J! 



b'o<^V petit dieu, /iM/e go</, j«~» Jl . 



- baj£ , *Jk , colere, anger, ^-^p . 
.aL.i^S.1 etc., SXoffTjptXOVj vetement 

tout de soie, all-silk garment, ^U 

L.%A , *-j£ , /., cote, rio, *L^ ; cot6, 

2 i&ik enseigner..., v. 1 ^\» . 
Aif ,/., lettre olaf, letter olaf Jilty Jy- 
j| b*a v^lLf alphabet, alphabet, 

lii , a1| , />/., l^s[ , pseL ou psi& , 

mille, thousand, <jJi . 
I ^'v , iaJ!£ , /., bateau, boat, ~<c~L- . 

- IfcJaaJsL petit bateau, small bark, t->jli. 



11 



v w — ^ 



-|*aSk , pi. I et\i', patron de navire, 
ship-master, o\jj ; marin, sailor, ^j^- . 

1 y* 
•Xs. , i «£■(», serrer, to press, xl ; oppri- 

mer, to oppress, X& ; contraindre, to 
compel, jv r \ ; assieger, to besiege, j^>\*- \ 
rdfl., se presser (1'un l'autre), to press 
{one another), -»-j>jl . -ijLflj p. || Lj£ 
il a 6t6 necessaire, it has been neces- 
sary, i_-^-j [I |^.f »» necessairement, 
necessarily, -b "if . 
_ IL^V n£cessit£, necessity, 'jjjJ> ', 
|L »^J choses n£cessaires, necessaries, 

-(«&X/ necessaire, necessary, i_«*-ij . 
-k»|^./ ndcessairement, necessarily, 

- ho-M oppresseur, oppressor, ilk . 
- 1 'jL] resserrd, £troit, narrow, J--J ; 
presse, pressed, JiLi. ; afflige, afflic- 



ted, ._— sS" ; inquiet, anxious, jl* . 

- |Lo +&-1 misere, misery, »lxi J angoisse, 

anguish, l }~J> ; affliction, grief, 4jIT. 

- (j^o? id. ; necessity, necessity, hjj~* ', 

mil., siege, -riege, jL«- . 

- 2 *»>/ tourmenter, 6) torment, i_j.it ; 

contraindre, to compel, j^>-l . 

Jbo < , *f , />/. |L&W , rar. I&m? , mere, 
mother, A ; abbesse, supeVieure, abbess, 
superior (/), jo <-£j ', origine, origin, 
J~"l || UA^,» (if sorte d'instrument 
de musique, kind of musical instrument, 
j^,ji.\ oYf j, {j || leCL^o* (if 
metropole, metropolis, fl ijJ- || (if 
(*«y9 crane, jAa//, i*>^ . 

- (1<k*b/ maternel, motherly, ^1 . 

- |£aoo/ , />/. ILSssf , rar. |LS»of , peuple, 

nation, people, nation, i*l c ^_«jci . 
(if ob (i/ canal, cana/, SLS . 
i. \L*l , (if , /, />/. (if , bras, arm, £Jp ; 
fo«£., coud^e, cuAz/, £[p . 



n. | baft | , pi. \LG*»j , servante, maid- 
servant, !•! . 

- (*Jot»f de servante, of maid-servant, 

- ILooeo/ condition de servante, condi- 

tion of maid-servant, i.^U- JU- . 
liasof j| '\ Dui grenier, to/f, jUI . 
1 ¥ if , »i(j s'^chapper, toffee, ciil . Rappr. 
' ^ , 3 vif - 

• * * 

(l^aioif etc., f, 6[ioXoyt3t, profession 
de foi, confession of faith, oLr "ill OLj . 

(iuof forme, moule, shape, mould, (i_JU 

iL* . 
oiai? , «p,(i>|JL0V 3 &<>*., amome, amo- 

mum, JU . 
|Lj(I»f nains, dwarfs, »Joltj . 
«if , hib. , Amen ! Amen J \ ,>•! . 
^ a^ilisf etc., dc L aLXVTOC, »[., sala- 

mandre, salamander, jXj? \ min., 

amiante, amianthus, <sj*& jj- . 

luif , pl C ', s f ', (J' ', or- J?\ > prtfet, 

prefect, ^"U . 
jlif et ^L^\ , f, manteau, mantle, »Ij> ; 

tapis, carpet, J»Lj . 

(^O?) • 1 v i(Lf , o , ^ , persev^rer 
dans, persister a, to persevere in, persist 
in, Je- ^Jilj c Jt c-u ; frequenter, to 
frequent, ji\* \ s'appliquer, to apply 
oneself, -i-^>-\ ; etre present, to Ae 
present, j^>- . 

- (Lif constant, assidu, constant, steady, 

?'S%- t <^jIj II ^>»(a toujours, 
always, u Ij . 

- C^(ui/ constamment, toujours, conj- 
tan^, always, ub c ^U»ijl ^ . 

- ILai^of constance, constancy, oLi ; per- 
petuite, perpetuity, f\j* ', sejourne- 
ment, slay, **\s\ || ixu»p, c .b>*(x«Mf . 

• r ^iot , haph'el, croire, v. a ot . 



P/ v»f 



12 



y^Oty . \l*»oj habile, clever, ^*L. ; arti- 
san, craftsman, «J»j\* . 

- l*uoo{ de l'art, artisanal, of the craft, 

craft-... ilS ^i^; habile, skilful, ^* L. 

- b*|iMo/ avec art, skilfully, Sjl^x . 

t dr d . - . 

_ IL&uoo/ art, metier, art, craft, **^~e c j» ; 
habUete, skill, «LJ . 

- |im( facon d'agir, pratique, way of 

acting, practice, ~L. 4 J*^ ; occu- 
pation, metier, office, occupation, 
craft, office, iLU, 1 5*^ 1 Jii j affaire, 
business, j*\ . 
3 ^l pour \|i/ , p. ^fci . 

}iW > a''. ,>•' » s6curit6, security. 
I&am{ , y., lezard, lizard, <L>jij»- . 

V^O » , Jaop dire, parler, to say, speak, 
^*- 1 J I* ', commander, to order, j*\ ; 
penser, se proposer, to think, purpose, 

-L-* <■ <sy • - 1 ^IL/" A || M^» >i/ 
plaider, to plead, »iij . 

- |ya*»{ narrateur, narrator, ^l* ; 

; ecrivain, 



orateur, orator, 
writer, l _Jl5' . 



- iLoyoao/ 61oquence, eloquence, 5»-Lai . 

- |Lo;*aft/ irf. ; lecture, reading, ~»»\Ji . 

- \i*»l , or. j*\ , ordre, order. 

- tt»|M , *m|m discours, discourse, <^>- \ 

homelie, homily, "dot- j traits, trea- 
tise, <L£- ; chapitre, chapter, J^ai j 
propos, remark, Jy> ; phrase, pro- 
position, sentence, proposition, il*~ ; 
|L^»|»» homelie, homily, j*_. || l>ol*b. 
a savoir, to icif, 15 1 . 

- b^p^»|b.» || m ft ineffablement, 

ineffably, <_i-yj V JSJLj . 

- |L&>i»|&M discours, discourse, <Ua>- . 

(i»/) . t»|i? , pi, u.' ', dejxdtpa, egout, 
sewer, *cjJIj . 



|J»»/ , ;i/ , /. |L;£/ , agneau, lamb, J*- . 

- UvW d'agneau, o/" /ami, J*- . 

- |&mo;m/ agnelet, lambkin, j^» J*- . 
\t\y»l Hot, wave, -ry- . 

- \***»l marais, swamp, *j&~. . 
l»&m/ quand ? a»ta» ? ? ^ |[ 9 u&m| 

lorsque, oiAct, ^ t Li || 9 i*&m{ ^a 
chaque fois que, whenever, ^L£* || tu.\ 
uk*/ parfois, sometimes, LiL>-1 II ^* 
u&m[ depuis longtemps, ton; .«b«, 
-L«j -ul ^y. || 0019 \d,b»\ n'importe 
quand, whenever, oLS" \i_5j ^1 j II 1u 
ubM| en tout temps, at all times, 

Cfj J^i || v*' "**•/ pl ut au ciel 
que, would to God that, C-J . 

(.,.u»fi*>/). usa^MO^tl «fc., (XuiOUdTO?, 

wwn., amethyste, amethyst, £ — *■ . 
\? , *o't , gemir, to ^roon, jl . 

- I&jo/ tristesse, sadness, by- . 

- |6oj/ gemissement, groan, ^6\ . 

^ , conj., si, if, lil c ol || J , v. ft/ 1 
II *t "• *>/ so * t — so ' t > either... or, L.I ...1.1 ; 
et... et, *ott.... anrf, j ... j || ^4. J 
meme si, even if, jl ^Jj II « ^9 / 
9 oot ^ si, meme si, if, even if, 
01 _jjj 4 ul . 

v iv , nous, iw, j*i . 

u»«£a»oi^ «to., devaYVwiTT^s, lecteur, 

reader, Jjjl* . 
Pa^aC*/ 'fc-, /-, ^volXTtov, indiction 

(periode de 15 ans), indict (space of 

fifteen years), i— \ »JL. . 

\&li/t , w*$d.'t/l etc., pi. l' ', ivBpta?, 

statue, statue, J lie . 
v ftj/ , pr. pers., eux..., v. oot . 
u»}j&i/ , _/!, devvcovat, vivres, supplies, 

LoJp/ resine, ren'n, oj-j t i** . 



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AJ/ .Mj/ 



1 (^*/ gemir, to groan, o\ . 

****** , * 

- |b>— j|Lom|6«— jLg^missenient, groan, ^\. 
- 2 t*»iLL/ gemir, to groan, o\ . 

- ^-joL genussement, groan, ^ol . 

oo.\afrij £vtoXix6v 5 procuration, />ro- 
curation, illT'j . 
v a3i s ^4 J ? efc -> AvTiypxcpoVj reponse, 

^^if efc., AvxiBoirov, antidote, 

antidote, jLy . 
L»*9t3o<n-.&j/ , dcvTiUTCxpjf o?, vice-pre- 

fet, vice-prefect, £\>- i_JU . 
V\jd&A etc., fltVTtjpsTTQe, ennemi, 

enemy, _jJ* . 
(I£££j/ , fltVTtjpsaia, rebellion, rebellion, 

^l j /""• />w., elles..., v. ooi . 

£j/ , min., etain, plomb, tin, lead, t yi<5 






U#j 



Iw^jf <?fc., />/. j£ rj ', d<vaXcop.a, depense, 

expense, *iw . 
wttju/-, uui/ efc., />/. i^' ', efc., dcvayXK), 

necessite, necessity, »jjj^ • 
-\lLii} necessaire, necessary, <£jjjJ> . 
^uuf , i«»aj|j , contraindre, to compel, 

jfr^ • - 1 k*»i|L/ p- ', etre opprime, 

to be oppressed, JAaj\ . 

- J«j»qu/ e* |d>ai| angoisse, anguish, £~J> . 
\ki\ oiseau (vautour?), bird {vulture?), 

IfttSui ou _ij/ , pi. /*,**»', dtva^opa, 

rapport, report, ^y- ; requete, request, 
o*jj*+ ', anaphore, messe, anaphora, 
mass, C _ r -1-A? c j^iU j voile du calice, 
u«7 o/" /Ae chalice, ( _ r -LS3l i-jU.*- . 
(iai/) . 1 iai|L/ gemir, to groan, jl . 

- \LasI gemissement, groan, ^ • 
^ n . Nonft) / *f ^ , ly^xXlx, encycliques 

(adj.), encyclical (adj. pi), "<^yf- . 



liJul et |Jaai/ , /, pi. um' ', ayxupa, 

ancre, anchor, SU,. . 
jltftif efc., £Y xa ^ vta » dedicace (d'eglise), 

dedication (of church), (I_^T) (juioj . 

,M*-M ff« £ homme, hommes, man, men, 
mankind, ^Ul t ^Jj t oLJi ; parents, 
relatives, i-jjUI ; citoyens, citizens, 
L>j£>\y || M ^a ok \l't£ , pi. \17} iZJLa 
oh |»i..i-> , homme, man, uLJl j_/". L;a 

!*>/ , />/. |aj/ b_L3 , est. 1_UJ/ bk_ta , 

femme, zvoman, l\^,\ . 
_ lu/ d» iw , afa. , quelqu'un, iome 
on*, Js-I ; un, one, o»-Sj ; un certain, 
a certain, U "\„ ; chacun, each, JT 
■i*-\j ; l'un... (l'autre), one... (the 
other), (j^l\) ... o^J! || ^ jj 
personne, no one, -b-l V II ul^s qui- 
conque, whosoever, ^ JT - || 1*1/ uj| 
un par un, chacun, one by one, each, 

■*»-!* J^" ' 1j»-I>» T-^L» II uJ| ^ ou 

' r tt r 

<MiyA , C. J*J^> . 

— \^~*>l , abs. pi., gens, hommes, 
people, men, JUj t ( _ r -U1 ; parents, 
relatives, i_jjUI ; certains, quelques, 
des, certain, some, ,j**i . 
_ i*-_»/ , est. pi., 1" gens de.,., men 



of.., ...^Ul 



2° habitants de.. 



inhabitants of.., ... jlS^- ; 3° membres 
de..., members of.., ... .Li*1 . 

- 1Lo»j/ gens, people, ^-Ul ; humanite, 

humanity, SJLJl c O^-U ; parents, 
relatives, ^jl»l . 

- llL{ * - (Ifti^a humain, human, JLJI . 

- b*\±j} humainement, as a man, LJLJl ; 

sous forme humaine, in human form, 
(jLJl p_^ . 
-*uj^ faire homme, to mate man, 
^Jl . - 4 ^L? A ; r. 

- |L(Mjj^&» incarnation, incarnation, 



4~l — M 

fijj , pl. ^pLj ,f. i..Dj? , pl. ^tJj , pron. 

pers., toi, thou, you, cJl . 
|L6u/ , Lbof _/>/., f. MS - femme, woman, 

»\j»\ ; Spouse, a>i/e, *rjJ • 
u»a££o£i/ etc., otvO'JxaTOC, proconsul, 

proconsul, £\»- . 

JL» I J . \ im \ , M , pi. |LS»? et u-i* 
ILimf medecin, doctor, i-^J* ; /. |&*a»/ , 
pi. |k_li»/ , femme-medecin, lady-doc- 
tor, oJ? ; sage-femme, midwife, i-iU- . 

- lii»/ medicinal, medicinal, ^ . 

- |Lal»/ , /»/. |Loa>; e< [[Li!/ , guerison, 

raw, *Ui ; remede, remedy, »IjJ ; 
art medical, medical art, <_-UI J» . 

- 2 i^l soigner, to aifenrf, ^-J* ; guerir, 

to cure, JO- ; reparer, to rwtore, ^U>1 ; 
refuter, to refute, ±*~z . - 2 ^|Lf />. ; r. 

- |L1m|>» salutaire, salutary, j*? . 

. r ^^ s jo/"'e/, guerir, to «<«, <_yii J 
prendre soin de, to teAe care of, 
t J^l ; caresser, to caress, JJ-i '. 

■i r u»Obt>/ p. 

\L\ } £o*., myrte, myrtle, ^ . 

\Lm] , fc^{ , |^/ , /., pl. P'l , mur, 

if a//, JaJU- . 
I^Lij oreiller, />i/tou>, SjUj || iCW ^» 

pres de la tete, au chevet, near the 

head, at beside, oU^il Jc t ^Ul ujl . 
\^aA'l , adcoTOiJ, intempe>ant, avide, 

intemperate, greedy, £J<I» t o^i . 

- iLa^ouB^ intemperance, avidite, intem- 

perance, greediness, **|^» <■ 4&\j$ . 
^»3j»? , dt<joi[jt.aT!X, etres incorporels, 
incorporeal beeings, <uJ— »- jr^- oliyjt . 
<-«^.^ fto., Za<. stabulum \ - ^_v^»/ 
Stable, jtai/e, JJ*-»I . 

- |j^^5**/ maitre d'etable, stable-mas- 

ter, ^a~o\ «_-»-L» . 



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\l£-l , ^ j^-f , |^-f etc., pl. ILif^-f , 
UTxSiov, stade, stadium, jl-l*. ; tow?., 
stade, stadium, "t^i- . 

\'*§J\ , pl. u»|££-/* , <7T0a, portique, 
portico, J!jj . 

(.laAiof , <S~QVfslx } elements, elements, 
j^tVs- ; lettres, letters, >-Jy-i . 

- |m""4**? - <?~o l X s ^ ov > Anient, ele- 
ment, j-^-t . 
l&»a^»f , (jTOxX/O?, estomac, stomach, 

|jn^«j colonne, column, iyf- . 

-\l',CL$*e'l ; -iJj'o^-f stylite, stylite, 

<£ V • 
^jo^—? «/ l» ', tfiropa?, fo>tf. , storax, 

storax, -^1»««»1 • 
l*tt"nfr^i»-f et -&j*>, lat. stationes, hymnes, 

hymns, t^jI— j . 
iL^W «fc-> colonne..., y. ^y>« . 
Itl^»f , lat. ostiarius, portier, porter, t-j|>j . 
U^»f , v^b-'l , /., UToXlQ, vetement, 

garment, ujl ; manteau, mantle, •Ijj . 
|sa£-»/ «/ U^a> , 0"c6tx(0[i.», acier, 

|g*»4~' , c . 'af , interet... 
ijn. m ^ Nr" / o« ^* , «/ -§>** j CT^tXiTt?, sedi- 
tion, sedition, "<si . 

- \ilj*L&letc., s^ditieux, seditious, ^L-- . 
<a>^[ } Joi,, panais, parsnip, ^A^) jjr . 

\§*§m\ et '-$m, /., ^TaXTTfj, bot., 

myrrhe, myrrh, j* . 
.aaSko^**? etc., (idTpolapov, astrolabe, 

astrolabe, t->V^»-l ■ 
|^ifv a iD-») , /., totpo'koyix, astrolo- 

gie, astrology, £>«^ j«J* . 

- u»m^oio^B? , pl. o' ', au-rpoTwOYO?, 

astrologue, astrologer, *»-^ . 

)l&a.'ioifai**t astronome, astronomer, 5^* ', 
astrologue astrologer, *>^* . 



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i^tguo*{ , /., lat. strata, route, road, i£L- . 

^^b./ , /., ffTpXTia, armee, army, 
,j1a»- ; <JTpxTsi« } service militaire, 
military service, "o_^-c i..w- . 

- I^ ft ^ ; fr» f , <7tojcti<&ty)<;, soldat, 

soldier, tj-u*- . 

- ^&&~/ » /»'• o* ', CTTpaTY^yoc, pre- 

teur, chef d'arm^e, praetor, leader, 

general, general, *\ji . 

dcriture estranghelo, writing estran- 
gelo, _ji*iljw-l iLi' . 
£t£— ? , ££&»» efc., (JTpTJVDf, luxure, 
lust, Ic^U ; luxe, luxury, J»J ; 
orgueil, />rt<fc, *\±jf . 

/* rf «• , ffjjoXir], ecole, school, *~>jX. 
— Aff. ujit v^n j = o^uit/ jl (A 
iAum| eleve, />a/>t7, -LJJ ; condis- 
ciple, school-fellow, ^-jj-JI j jJj . 

- ^n.\niml notes, notes, jJLJ ; £leve, 

pupil, i_Jj . 

- l.NnMw/ scolaire, school, ^jJ- ; dis- 

ciple", disciple, -LJj . 

- \iSJu*\ et 'am, cr^oXdpioC, garde du 

palais, /ia/ace guard, _ r aJU\ ^J*- . 

- [L^aLaAaaf , pi. o" ', C/oAx'ITt.xd?, 

plaideur, pleader, *\£- . 

KCi *\ na ( <?* taLla*/ , o^vjrj.a, maniere, 
manner, fy ; sorte, £iW, ^f-I^- ; 
forme, ^flrm, JSCi ; apparence, 
appearance, j*lb ; semblant, show, 
jjtIJij j ornement, ornament, IjJ j 
habit monastique, monastic dress, <~>y 
ijL*) || |au«a/ *a moine, monk, i_j*1j 
|| M*a*»/ ^um|s de facons diverses, 
variously, ^ fjyU • 



A-./ — ^/ 



.** * ? 



- litao«a«»/ pudique, chaste, jaII* ; 

honnfite, honest, J-»li ; hypocrite, 
hypocrite, *\j». 

- bl\iba6*Af\ exterieurement, in appea- 

rance, \jt>\k ; hypocritement, hypo- 
critically, *\u . 

i' *' * i - i 

- |L&<too^a»/ nature, nature, **~±> \ 

hypocrisie, hypocrisy, »L j . 
- 2 »a«» former..., v. a w . 

(iAa*»/) . I&9*&a>{ , />/. \1&Zsju>\ , seuil, 
threshold, *-&■ j rocher, rocA:, S^«s» . 

<TXjc<p3"iov, beche, spade, ^ilSCi. . 

1 ^ 
> H> * , .a»[j 1° ramasser, entasser, to 

gather, pile up, a - J lS' c «*- j 2° cacher, 

to Awfc, L*- ; 3° pourvoir, to provide, 

}*r ■ - 1 v»1W /»• J r. 

- |J-W , ord. m., approvisionnement, 

stores, »>t>-l t *i>J* ■ 

- |Lol^»/ entassement, heaping, ^hi-OJ . 

- 2 ^?, c. 1 ^f 1° et 2<> . 

\'+Li»i et \liu> , CT7:ovS3lov 7 vase en 
plomb, lead-vessel, ,y\~fj J* «Ut . 

^aiu./ et \^2u»\ , ord. /., (STiO^oq^ 
dponge, sponge, r^i-l . 

Iiftiaf matelas, mattress, Ji\j . 

pa£ka»{ courner, courier, -hj . 
);$\»a4i»/* , crirsxouXxTWp, garde, £»ar</, 

^-jU- ; bourreau, hangman, *%? . 
| «*-■-»— ^ eto., couleur rouge, retf colour, 

\*~l et l^Aao, C^sTpa, troupe, troop,*t^. 
£^£a«»/ , /, />/. ILSiia^/ , ffgiXriviov, 

emplatre, plaster, "Hji . 
iia»f e/ lL&»/ , 5^ v, coin a fendre, 

>/ et «t.&a| , /., acxi^j serpent, 
snake, *~>- . 



&l — A~/ 



16 



*■* » .* + 



|*2l~> , \i*±*l , |(*&_ , etc., GfXllX, 

sphere, sphere, ~*£ \ boule, bowl, °_£" ', 

balle, ball, <j11» ; cercle, circle, »J\i ; 

CfflOaa, marteau, hammer, jx. . 
- |Lo*£&m/ rondeur, roundness, Sjl.i^-1 . 
_ ]L&a>i&*>i , <?'l(Jplt76Y)Vai|| jS* '.-»{ 
marteler, to hammer, j-dli j^L . 
j^;a-; ** >4;a» , deirodcpXYOg, £«'•> 

asperge, asparagus, J»-^r • 
jt^ta**/ , boL, coing, ?at>ze<?, J»->- ; 

cognassier, quince-tree, ^yrj** 'j? ■ 
|^»^a»/ , (JJCUolS, corbeille, bosquet, Si* . 
|l^.-o>~?^ |» ? a^,efc.,herbes odorantes, 

sweet-smelling herbs, ~<&-\j oli <_jLi£.l . 
|,l fc.. f gfc. 5 hippodrome, hippodrome, Olx^. 
|?bAo>f , (JJUaOdptoS, porteur de glaive, 

sword-bearer, jL- . 
3 «am? faire monter..., 0. 1 u£Lm . 
U^aa^f , CxyrdXTi, baton, .rtic£, Lop . 
1£>*W 3 /> (JXUTOC, fouet, whip, ±>j** . 
^.ls&om/ el &a» , fof. scamnium, siege, 

seat, -i»i* . 
jiuun? , uxucpos, coupe, cm/>, ^-IS' ; vase 

de lampe, bowl of lamp, JjAJ! »UI . 

^*&A>f , ICTOXSpaia, mat, mast, jLo . 

£oi.|a^/ et to**, GXpifjWVSS, commis- 
saires imperiaux, imperial commis- 
sioners, liiiil J-j . 

WCO ' , joj»p , lier, to 4iW, oJ ; 2 d., 
ceindre de, to gird with, jki ; armer, 
to arm, jJL ; se ceindre, etre ceint, 
to gird, be girt, jkj . - 1 ^»|Lf p. 

- I^ttf prisonnier, prisoner, ^f \ cap- 

tif, captive, j^l || li^/ k*a prison, 
prison, ^ . 

- |Lo»-j»/ emprisonnement, tmprtson- 

ment, l _ r x>- ; captivite, captivity,^ ', 
parents, relations, <-jj&\ . 



- \\ >a| lien, Aan<f, iuj ; bandage, 

bandage, j|^ ; prison, prison, y& . 
-\lfoJal action de lier, binding, J«jj ; 
emprisonnement, imprisonment, ^j-x*- \ 
captivity, bondage, lS ^ ; interdit, 
interdict, ,^-JI^j /" • 

- ]i^l lien, band, ±u j \ voeu, vow, ji ; 

sanction, peine, sanction, punishment, 
^UaS c *jjj"- \ union, union, *^ ; 
gram., conjonction, conjunction, 

- )L-J*\m , pi. \il ' , botte (d'herbes, 

etc.), truss, <*j>- ; lien, band, Jajj ; 
nerf, nerve, u^af . 

- ^u>|m II |fl~ »W» hanche, At/), fJjj . 



\Ua] , dcccxpiov, mob., as, as, ^Ai . 
(oko>/ garde (d'epee), hilt, (lJuJI) lj ^- . 
\fia,'l et \U&**1 ,/-, GttXtrWipoids, mon., 

statere, stater, jb-^l . 
]'i&j»i et |i-L»f , pi. |L?fca.f, pieu sacre, 

sacred stake, *~* Jjj . 
l ^Ll , Pour ly ^L , entrer... 

1 ^ 
■° >iX - i , i3ai.p doubler, to <toui/e, 

.J^U . Rappr. 1 ^!!. -i^ailLf/i. 
- 2 »ai>? , c. 1 &*t . 

- \k±l double, double, J&*J> || ^ . 5-> / ^>$L 

deux fois autant, twice as much, j-J,* 
^JlT II |"- *~- C^_x? bien des fois 
autant, many times as much, j\j» 

- |*^7 double, doubled, Ju-lJu ; double, 

double, <_jw~« - 

iSf , 3|o aussi, et, also, and, Uul |j \iS{ 
ni, nw, Vj ; pas meme, not even, ^ j 
|| (bio pas meme, «o< even^j || j3 «3|o 
meme si, ctot i/j ^' _?Jj ; alors que, 
even though, <ul ^ || 6-.^ iS/ meme si, 
even if, j)j || J iS? , v. $ . 



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mSl~&t 



1 63/ } m. etf., occasion, opportunity, l*»y ' 
retard, J^/ay, ^-U . 

JL2> I ou 1 \al , \2\1 -imper. ul/ } or. d/_ 
cuire, to bake, f~b . - 1 t*a|L/ p. 

- |ft-3/ manteau (de moine), (nun's) 

cloak, 4~»- . 

- (»9/ boulanger, cuisinier, baker, cook, 

- |b_3l» cuisson (du pain), baking, ys- . 
- 2 i*3/ cuire, to bake, jdo . 

££/ et £la/ } ord. /.,face, visage,./«C£,4>.j ; 
personne, person, ^yutf j region, 
region, uk< || |Z9p» publiquement, 
publicly, iJ^ || JLd^» devant, before, 
»U || JLstl vers, towards, j£- \ envi- 
ron, about, 6y || i-*3/ "^i. sur, upon, 
Ja j devant, before, pLl j a cause 
de, for, i_a— j * a (temps), a/ (time), 
(i-i*j) j j| ^Ls£ yLSf face a face, 
face to face, 4»jJ l^>-j j ouvertement, 
openly, T^IU j| (la/ ?o^, jW., pain de 
proposition, shew-bread, I..iiJI >>- 
|| £9/ ^ face, /oc«, *>-j . 

\><£l , /., palais, palace, jji . 

Looaijva/ «fc., t7C7c6opo t u,05, hippodrome, 
hippodrome, ol-V* . 

ogjacnd/ ffc., cctco GikxtcoVj ex-consuls, 
ex-consuls, bjl>L- J^>Li . 

(ta<*3/). ^os^oiaa/ <?fc., dbco 6icap)ro)V } 
ex-preteur, ex-praetor, JjU jj1»|/ • 

|jo3/ , /, jW., ephod, epkod, ^il . 

Uttt3/ , f, ^TKpolac, harpe, Aarp, ^c- . 
|i&I»o3/ efc., />/. o" 1 ', Snooiaxovog, 

sous-diacre, subdeacon, oUxi . 
|l^a£ad/ s /, aroXoyia, defense, ae- 

(I*»&3/ , /, a7COUiria 5 dejections, dejec- 
tions, »l>l.u-l j latrines, privy, »^U- cjj ; 
vase, vase, »Ul . 



ua*a«taa9/ et («**»a3/ , /., &7:6xpl<TlS, 
reponse, answer, yl^- J legation, 
legation, <JL»j . 

(aonfftd/ , ftol., baume, balsam, ~1> . 

[L&l nombre impair, uneven number, 

JLs/ , m., sing., tenture, curtain, v^** - '•> 
couverture, cover, Jl»- . 

l3oi£*S/ , ifftTpojcos, procurateur, /wo- 

curator, 5"\*- j regisseur, steward, J-Sj j 

tuteur, guardian, ^j . 

- |La3o^-3/ charge de procurateur, 

etc., office of procurator, etc., iiJjj 

\x£±§j*£} etc., pi. £'', £7Ci<7TaX[ia, 
legation, mandat, legation, mandate, 
iJUjI ; lettre, letter, SJLy . 

|3obtt^/ etc., £ttlCX07CO?, eveque, bis- 
hop, i_JaJL-l . 
_ |Lo^flft«n.*>/ episcopat, episcopacy, 



** * * j j 



N i ■ a "-i—»/ , etcktxotcsTov, evech£, 
bishopric, ^Jjl*}\ jta . 

■fw-^-*f , '.7HCixo£, course de chevaux, 

horse-races, ^*- jL- . 
I^.rv.fy j £tci6£ty]£, imposteur, impostor, 

unaia/ ; c. ua^doi , simplement... 

^9/ 5 rar. v / lS/ , quoique, although, lj 
jl j meme si, «oen if, jij j du 
moins, af /W5^, oi V| || ^9|Ca parce 
que meme si, because even if, jij oV . 

Ji3/ terre fertile, fertile ground, i-^a*-,^! . 
V^iS/ ef £', dc7CavT^, rencontre, encoun- 
ter, .LUI . 

|6ooAd/ ete., /►/. 1^ ' ef |L' ', odicovia, 
salaire. salary, i,»-t j revenu, income, 

fr-A-^»3/ ? O^IXIOV^ suite, retinue, v^~ - 



<*«' 



.3/ 



18 



al&omSJ } <x<J>tv9tov, bot., absinthe, worm- 
wood, jn-i . 
\+a&\ museliere, muzzle, <\**>- . 

\Z&\ , /., hyene, hyena, g~* • 
touaiaj etc., /., dc7t6tpa<JiS, sentence, 

sentence, So- ; ordre, orrfer, j-l ; 

negation, negation, jj . 
JjLs/ canal, channel, »LJ . 
|££*£o£? *&■> (xrcoxpiciaptoc, legat, 

legate, j^- - 
1*,'+jo2>1 manteau, cloak, iJ>Liu . 

\$*U>1 et 'so&i , &7C'y]p£T'y]£, serviteur, 

servant, /oU- . 
la;3/ , Sftap^Ol, prefets, prefects, fl£- . 
- £»;£? etc., lltapyix, prefecture, />re- 
fecture, LVj - 
li^;3/ ** oj embuches, ambush, Mi»» ; 

ruse, wile, Sio- ; reunion, conseil, 

meeting, council, f £*-' J pacte,^atf, J^* . 
|k*Is/ raisins sees, raisins, u-juj • 
«^£>9? , a:c69sTOV } grenier public, />«6/tV: 

granary, ^U ^^ . 
|jLi&3/ ete., /., dtJCoG^XY), magasin aux 

vivres, jtore room, <Jjji' *»^ • 
ly^a; et \\t3oj , /., (pGopoc, mal d'es- 

tomac, stomach-ache, S.U* i_jJ . 
ILoW , />i. IL5W , petrin, kneading-trough, 

l ymju ; coffre, chest, 3jX~* \ pate, 

dough, ,>»•* , 
|k~t/ exemplaire..., v. i—« n. 

v <^jijf , c - ^»6-l ? stade... 
l^f , turc, blancs, c. a d. deniers, white, 
that is pennies, j>Ij^ <^t t jaj . 

mooa*^ } c. ^f , deTenseur..., 
^a^Aaxt} etc., axxo'jPtTOV, lit de table, 

couch (at table), l£u . 
[^.a^ji'l } SXXTOtfTY], interet, interest, Jj . 

|Aaio/ etc., /., (XXoXouOlQC, ordre, order, 



|^£af , c. |^&a , clef... 
(14^o/ etc., pi. u»"', £xxXY]<Tta, eglise, 
church, I-juT . 

- Ltna^.^m.'Sof , £xX>.7)(TLeXOlX0£, 

juge ecclesiastique, ecclesiastical 
judge, ^-j*W ^Tl*- . 
_ . -^-^~^~N<vf ^ /., dxxXTf)<Ttaa":tx^, 
(histoire) ecclesiastique, ecclesiastical 
(history), ^JLT (£.>") - 
■-■"'■^"i ,/., sxXei'^i^, Eclipse, eclipse, 

l^Laf bracelet, bracelet, j]y . 

l*u>i , orrf. M"? , <**FJ> age, age, J- ; 

point culminant, highest point, rj\ 
II l^n o/ &Zl3 jeunes filles nubiles, 

nubile maidens, CjIIaI^. oLj . 
|»au| , |wwo^J , p*a±oo/ etc., OtXOVOu,0^, 

econome, steward, J^Tj c _^:u . 
|6Ao/ , sorte de chant..., v. 1 A»j ♦ 
yO^l^l , aXpstTOVj vin pur, unmixed wine, 

^JU- JLJ . 
«Xof«{ } c. v ol^a^o , vetement... 
i. |)? , apx, done, /Aen, Til . 
ii. \y\ , 3cpx, est-ce que...? [interrogative 

particle] ? . . . J* . 
1 \^i'l , c. *£* , grandir... 
ICwaoayf tumeurs..., z>. *iaj . 
]ikfl , bot, papyrus, papyrus, ^j . 
\-±$il quatre..., v. «*»$ . 
f^»? ou (fc^sj , desir..., v. x ^ . 
Haa^j/ tailleur de pierres, stone-cutter, 

^»*«^t? pourpre, purple, o\y>rj\ . 
olja^tJ , (XpyiJplOl, pieces d'argent, 
silver pieces, >b J • 

- u»4t3»a^i/ ek -> ApYupowpaTTrie, 

orfevre, gold-smith, iJL» . 

- ^altCsja^)? , (XpyJpOJ:paTtov } bou- 

tique d'orfevre, gold-smith's shop, 



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*w— ^w 



^s^5/, Ipyx^ou, ouvriers, workmen, JL^. 

\tS^j\ , torrent..., ». fi^| • 

l>>/ , e. |j« , p.p. de 1 \\i . 

UBof'fl , persecution..., v. 1 i3>t . 

\Utfl , c. (w» , voile... 

\&\\\etbJyyl architecte, architect, ,j-^ . 

- |La^»»j} taille (des pierres), {stone-) 

cutting, c^- j architecture, archi- 
tecture, i-oi» . 
\kaiff} etc., dcpTOXOTCOg, boulanger, 

baker, jL»- . 
i^wt? , c. 1 it«> , courir... 
|{oj/ exultation..., i>. 1 )o» . 
|bu»ov espace..., v. \.~o) . 
fat veau, calf, J^ ; |&-Jo»? g£nisse, 

heifer, iL^t . 
Jjojj arche d'alliance, ark of the covenant, 

If $1 cedre, cedar, jjl . 

lift; - 2 tf , ».li». 

»»!$/ commandant, commander, JjI* . 
|k3|t/ marteau..., v. i3(j . 

(— *l) . M , Jiol , f, pi. IMW , 
route, road, &}> \ voyage, journey, 
jA*> ; troupe de voyageurs, company 
of travellers, ^ yL-* r-^i ; — vie mo- 
nastique, monastic life, iiJ — 5 ; religion, 
religion, ijLj j regie de vie, rule of 
kfe> •W*- Ji^* 5 rnaniere d'agir, way 
0/ acting, ii^L- j — regies, monthly 

courses, u^f- \ union charnelle, carnal 

ii 't 
anion, f-^ j — fois, time, 'ty \\ u-t 

|k~?o? carrefour, cross-road, ijk* . 

- faj , i-»/ , voyageur, traveller, Ja-lj . 
- 2 l»»J s'en aller, quitter, to be off, 

leave, ilj i Jj . 
&»/ , /•> />*• "»'', ^p s ^^, vertu, wrtoe, 

il — ai . 



N>»? , /., pi- »-' ', ip-txpT), ca/>., artabe, 
artaba, <-oj1 . 

\l>*ill murmure..., v. 1 ^ > ' 9 . 

aS&oo^f/ , c. [3ao)i|j , boulangers... 

Ja4»/ ; - U«u^>( , a. to, . 

&{ 1° _ />?. ILo^JJ - lion, /ton, jU j 
2° lepre, /^rosy, ^j. ; /. |Lalj? , 
/>/. \lolfl et |La*t/ , Honne, lioness, *jJ . 

- U* j/ lepreux, leprous, ^yj I . 

- ILaUji lepre, fc/wwy, ^j- . 

\fv) • •rAl long, &*& Ji> ; l&M? 
prolixity, prolixity, w^l^-*' . 

- ILaA^jf ; - Isjof longueur, lengthi- 

ness, J_»i> . 

- 2 yjf prolonger, to prolong, Jltl . 
- 3 yjo/ rendre long, to mate tong, Jjt j 

donner du temps, to a/toiu time, 
u*> ,Jatl ; etre long, abondant, to 
be long, abundant, _^Ti<JU» |j y»o/ 
^Ivj pers£v£rer, to persevere, Cu . 

j-S^< , ui>; efc., /, <ipX"»], commen- 
cement, beginning, »IjisjI ; u»ls<{f ma- 
gistrals, magistrates, fl£»- j princi- 
pautes (anges), principalities (angels), 
(SSo'jU) j|d>")U j demons, demons, Cj^A 
|| Jajf ft *^ j <ipX s ' a > archives, areAt- 

-^'ilet^l,pl. f ', -i''; -^«»?, 
pi. ia' ' ; - \§m+j»ifl magistrat, 
chef, magistrate, ruler, Lr uj <. f\s~ . 

- lL»os»J ang^lique, angelic, &j~&> . 

- ^ala'yt 5 txp^stcoTY)^, archiviste, i«- 

/»?r o/" /A« records, l _ r Ar\ J Hi\ JoiU- . 

-u»o^»/ etc., pi. o'', &px^pos, 
chef des medecins, cA«e/" o/" physi- 
cians , fUs^l ^f-JJJ . 



w — *>{ 



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-^palUm etc., dtp^tBtstxovos, archi- 
diacre, archdeacon, L- .If ^^ij . 

^;j efc., ^pXYJffTYJS, danseur, dancer, 

- |La^»sjf etc., danse, donc«, ^j . 
ya\\ etc., Syrie..., v. n. pr. 

- (1*9? arameen, syrien, aramean, syrian, 

-£o${ paien, />agan, Jy ; syrien, 

- k?l»W & ^ a maniere des paiens, q/ier 

fA« manner of pagans, {r~j^\ V-A - *' J^ • 

- |Lo*M9? nation synenne, synan nation, 

II'mo^ ,/., dep^ovix, harmonie, harmony, 

\iJ*\\ , pour |£J»i , v. 1 \£>i . 

|&a>9{ , C^Mfl , veuve, widow, aLj! . 

- fboj/ , 'fcijf , veuf, widower, J-,1 . 

- IL^Myf , veuvage, widowhood, Jv . 

■ 4 ^i»)j devenir veuf, to become a wid- 
ower, J*/ J devenir desert, vide, to 
become desert, empty, Ujli cT^ii -^1 • 
rendre veuf, to widow, f\ . 

v ai»^ efc., pi. |IijJ , apfxsvov, agres, 
rigging, (u^T^) ^1^1 ; voile, sail, 
9\j$ ; mat, maj/, jL» j gouvernail, 
rudder, (j-Sj») iij . 

Ujf bouc sauvage, wild-goat, <£j ,^-aj . 

^iij/ t ord. /., lievre, hare, i_Jjl ; hase, 

hose, iJjl . 
J^iJ ,-f |_Ji/ gros rat, big rat, dji^- . 

\j*jJmjl et '©» ,/., aipSffig, heresie, heresy, 
iil^* j opinion, opinion, <jlj . 

- ^oL»jj , a r .p3<7iWTY]£, heretique, 

heretic, J_^f* • 

[tbStl } gOUtteS... U. 1 LBDJ . 



1 f^ 
^J S , «.oy^, 1° aller au devant, to 

£0 to meet, JiV ; 2° register, to rwirf, 

- |L&-o)/ rencontre, encounter, oli^. j 

opposition, opposition, i^U. j debat, 
debate, *)*[£■ . 

- |~xjo{ , ^»of , reception, reception, 

JUL-I || «.yoU au devant de, to 
mee/, «l»U^l „ 
-MoJ , c. M/ 1°. 

Uj?*, «4f , /, />'• l^»? , terre, Mrtt, 
^j! ; champ, field, Ji»- ; region, 
region, Uk- ; sol, ground, ^j I || U»f £ 
ver de terre, earthworm, ^j*iM oj.i . 

- £»/ ; - jllij? , terrestre, earthly,^ . 
\i±Sp\ dallage..., v. x &£ . 

pLafj epais..., 0. 1 va»j . 

1 i*t/ , u.of(i , frapper, to jfri^^, J^L 

|| -MlW A 
i^lf{ Arsace..., v.n.pr. 

- l*a*y{ arsacide, arsacian, J^fUji * 

royal, r<ya/, ^L . 

tooofLfj eto., /i/. f*' ef o", 6?66oo£o?, 
orthodoxe, orthodox, ^^S'^ijl . 

- £.a&o)L)i , /., 6p0ooo?ix, ortho- 

doxie, orthodoxy, 'L r S''^j\ . 

\b^lyl tremblement..., v. 1 L» . 
^.Ly{ louche (subst.), ladle, ii/L. . 

(»L»f) • — *»M? «fc-, pi. o" ', Mft*L5f ef 
>»L;*/ , api0[j.6?, cohorte, coAort, *»^- . 

)^lf , /., pi \Loblj , fievre, >«r, ^ . 

1 ^; .- 

*** i , ya*p , repandre, to shed> Jy»i . 

- V L i a ; r - 

- |jo»J qui verse (le sang), who sheds 

(the blood), (fJJt) 3j#> . 

- I^-j./ />. /*. ; inconstant, inconstant, j^j. • 

immodere, immoderate, rj^» j**- 
|l jEva »-*J enclin a, />rone to, Jl Jj'L. . 



21 



IW — W 



- |Lo»**{ effusion, outpour, Siljl J pro- 

pension, propension, J-. ; luxure, 
lewdness, 5ol»- . 

- |C»/ effusion (de sang), shedding [of 

blood), (.Lj) Silji . 

- |La^|^» debordement, flow, excess, 

ll£*f ecrit..., v. |i£* . 

fbulf , /., colonne, column, jj-U . 

(LI/ emprunte\„, v. 1( M» • 

v «aLl? 5 W6., desert, rfwerf, »[/"' . 

\bAM-l , />/. /*' et |L*', testicule, terficfe, 

■ -•■**/ ; ~ 3 u»a*7 , v. 1 i~a* . 

|Ai»J cordonnier, shoe-maker, i_jl£- . 

- |La&a*/ couture, j«im, H»L^- . 

|£»J , /., _ et IL^f , />/. I^f - 
champ, field, J5>- . 

!_*;&*/ , bot., buss, box, ^JL . 
1 0il/ , t3a*P , enchanter, charmer, to 
enchant, charm, jf* <■ J* . ■ 1 iSU|L/ />. . 

- I9a»/ J - (A*/ charmeur, charmer, 

j>-U< < 

- |LaSa*/ ; - ^*/ enchantement, en- 

ehantment, j& . 

)£*/ demeure, «Wt, J>» . 

- [±3^*/ etc., hdtelier, innkeeper, *Ji~»i. . 
\jLa±1 , c. \Lk+ , ruelle... 

|&»f , /., fond..., v. a * . 

| IS*/ six..., o. |k» . 

i3»fc*[ plut au ciel que..., o. t£6* . 

1 t.6k*| boire..., a. 1 \^t. . 

..»&>*/ soixante..., a. |k* . 

tab*| £f i^^o^j./ l'annee derniere, last 

year, L^Ul <c— Jl . 
Lcs*f , ««., d. |k* , six... 



l ^" 
It i , |L|j , irapA'. |L , venir, & come, Jt ; 

parvenir, to reach, J*<y ; revenir, to 

come back, ju^-j ; survenir, to com* 

on, 1^» ; % , convenir a, to jbiV, Jijj 

|| ]l\y futur, future, jT ; prochain, 

next, ^rij* \\ UU* y/ temeraire- 

ment, inconsiderately, j~*J ~$j \ au 

hasard, <i< random, ii.u» |j o{£ Ltf 

il lui vint a 1 'esprit, it came to Us 

mind, <JL > J> || ofci ^1 LL? :'</. ; 

il prit a coeur, he took to heart, J^ jl* J 

il fut pein£, he was grieved, *iit 

|| uoio*I»Ia LLf reussir, to succeed, ~i£ 

|| ^ yUL V ne t'afflige pas de, 

do not you grieve at, Jt oyt- II . 

- \A.\ , f |^LL/ , arrivant, comer, J~<»lj . 

- \ll{ venue, coming, 6j*>j . 

- |L|m , inf., id. ; avantage, advantage, 



- \ll\* , |6-Lli «fc. ; - \lbJ!» , venue, 

coming, J>*«y . 

- 3 u&«/ faire venir, amener, apporter, 

to mate come, firing, adduce, jj) <. •> jl ; 
faire parvenir, to forward, J~»jl J 
supporter, to support, J-^l ; passer 
(le temps), to pass {the time), <s ai 
(cJji\) ; — |k*f , impir- } ainsi, jo, IaSC* . 
- 3 l.6«LL//i. ; arriver a, to come to, 
. Jl J-» j || ♦&» »■•&-/ ajouter, to add, 
jlj || oit-IjL ^ i-6-? penser a, 
s'occuper de, to think of, attend to, 
j J»l t <j j& || o^a ^i i-6-? id. ; 
comprendre, to understand, ^ 1 1 <*&*( 
jja ^ faire se souvenir, to remind, 
S~i || |^Aot^> fbuf mettre par 
ecrit, tu put into writing, <^sS || y/ 
jjojik. \L*l par exemple, ./or exam- 
ple, &. . 

- ILalkJo , pi- |lL£*>» , venue, coming, 



»L/ — IW 



22 



6yj ; nature, nature, io-J* || La»&»M 
|an» etymologie, etymology, jUbll 

IL? , /, M ILSt/ , signe, .rtgn, 4^ ; 
enseigne, ensign, *j\j • exemple, 
example, Ji- ; monument, monument, 
j\ J miracle, miracle, *~»»* . 

- ILoLf , pi. ILSL/ , signe, «£«, "**•** ; 
lettre, letter, Jtj>- . 

1 ua|L/ etre mauvais..., v. x i*£ . 

3 ia£o|L7 etre aide..., v. o£- . 

t^L/ , etc., tare, regent, regent, oUJUl^JU . 

lioL/ , fournaise, furnace, by\ . 

uA>tf , rf uaȣm? , /., TiQixri, morale, 

J-.I? oil i*|tj , or<#n. m., ai9i/)p, ether, 
rffer, jut ; /., &0Y)pY), breuvage d'e- 
peautre, spelt-water, Sk*- p^j vlr* • 

ifr-^'f , &SXiqt»)S, athlete, combattant, 
athlete, combatant, jjL» c Jlot . 



- &ll£i&LfvailUmment,zia/uiflrf)>,4cL : ~£j. 

- }LagJ&L7 vaillance, valour, ^L . 

- \LAl] et \L ', dc6X^<rxt ; . tlcu4.iL/ 

combat, combat, **iy . 
lAxLf hier..., o. a L . 
(jLf , /., anesse, she-ass, o\j\ . 

W , iU , Pi- lW et |Lo§L? , lieu, 
place, spot, place, n„iy t jlSL. • terre, 
earth, ^ij\ ; region, region, iik-. j 
habitants, inhabitants, Jl£- ; occasion, 
opportunity, i**j» \ moyen, means, SLJj j 
temps, time, d j || 9 *Lf la ou, iwtott, 
d-j- || «L{ »l£ en toutes sortes d'en- 
droits, in all kinds of places, i_ik* j 
15C.V1 || ^ftf r $L£ ici et la, hither 
and thither, 'ALty Lj> j| |jl{ & indi- 
gene, compatriote, na/we, compatriot, 
JdJl ^1 . 

-Ll»L? local, local til£. . 

- 960 (= ia + JLJ) apres..., p. a o . 




1 , prep., par, by, y ; avec, zm'/A, « ; 
dans, parmi, a, in, among, at, t jlp 
<jy ' J ; sur, u/wn, J* ; contre, 
against, xj> • selon, comme, according 
to, as, Ji* t <-?—*■ \ pendant during, 
•1^1 i,) J au prix de, en comparaison 
de, at the coast of, compared with, 
Jl 4_«L i l yjj j au sujet de, a cause 
de, about, because of, i--w t jLt; . —Aff. 






> \" 



etc. 



\tm\z, sterile..., 

puits, well, Ji . 

1 -iZ .» 

**-A«^ , i»pj j 6tre mauvais, to £^ ««/, 
»L* ; ^» , 6tre pire que, to be worse 
than, j* \j^\ oK" • deplaire, to displease, 
»L« J etre triste, to be sad, oj»- , 
~ 1 ^li, 1 ^li, lu£|L?o«l|»ji|Lf 
£</. ; Stre contrari6, to be annoyed, Jilicl 
|| u£. kl£l./ ou kl£ j'ai 6t6 peine, 



contrarie, / Aaw been pained, annoyed, 

- l*y*a pauvre, /«oor, >u . 

if ■« * i." •" * 

- |Lo**a 9 - |L&i*»a pauvrete, poverty, 

J"- 

- \**2> et U*M> mauvais, Aarf, '^ j cruel, 

cruel, ^li ; malheureux, unhappy, 
^-ptt ; triste, sad, ^j- ; — jairi. 
mal. evil, «_^- j malheur, misfortune, 
S-Uj ; crime, wickedness, ~<g j*- • 
peche, jib, ilJa^- j demon, demon, 
oUsui ; |£j*a/. ; le mal, the evil,Ji\ 
|| uu3 i**a tres mal, miserablement, 
wry Aaftfy, wretchedly, f-U- ^i»U 

- kiljyta mal (adv.), badly, «^-j ; me- 

chamment, wickedly, l»\ij . 

- ILaiLa malice, mechancetd, malice, 

wickedness, J»li; c i^>- j tristesse, 
sadness, iij>- . 

i i*f <» "i 
-"utja/ et a iMA[ rendre mauvais, pire, 



A*3 *l» 



24 



to make evil, worse,(,y) T^i ; ^1»U JL»- j 
declarer mauvais, to declare bad, 
5U»L *dtl ; mal agir, to <fo wrong, 
«L.I ; ^j* , £tre pire que, to Ae 
worse than, j. T,-! OlT ; ^ , faire 
du mal a, affliger, to hurt, afflict, 
j-iT i jj\ ; faire pecher, to maAe 
Jin, lk>-1 . 
- ILoiA^M malfaisance, mischievousness, 

«ju . 

|aa papa, papa, Lb . 
fc^ 3 perroquet, parrot, »l*jj . 
bien ! well J ! 



£&&»._, eto., /., f.ij3Xlo8Vjxi), biblio- 
theque, library, 5-iK. . 

(s^) . k^ai^ pot, jug, Jjj-I . 

- r s^k^> , palpel, jaser, to cAa/tor, // . 

ft^ dedans,.., v. a,^ . 

(**s^) . 2 i~4£L/ etre empdehi, to be 
hindered, «_i.l . 

^^^K? bavarder, to chatter, jj . 
- 1 V^L/ /•• impers. 

- jJo^> bavard, talkative, jIj> ; |fi^£^a 

niaiseries, nonsense, c/^V^- , 



■ 3 V^f agiter, to jrir a/>, -p* . 

|i^ mulet, mule, Jaj j l^s^ mule, 
she-mule, *Jjo . 

^^ om ^^ , prep., devant, before, fLI 
J] i^«j^ (j'en appelle) a toi ! (/ 
appeal) to you ! ! dJLJI . 

- 2 ^^ crier, to cry ^-j^> j demander, 
to fljt, i_.iL ; porter plainte, to 
complain, (J SCi . 

- ^" cri, cry, £1^ ; appel, ra//, 
»U_ j accusation, accusation, (i:_j-Ci . 



1 fc^a , * , fermer, to fasten, jU- ; retenir, 
to AoW A_vA, Ja--i ; entourer, to j«r- 
round, J»l*-I ; exiler, to exile, ^i ; 
infr., s'aflaiblir, to grozt/ twoA, ^J m , * . 
- 1 ^TaL/ p. ; devenir maigre, to grow 
lean, J*i . 

- It^ ; - |£-4£ faible, weak, Jt^i . 
*a (= ia -|- 9), any. j parce que, puis- 

que, because, since, o\ U toV || v a^j3 

done, e'est pourquoi, then, therefore, 

4_L. t Til II ^|£» parce que meme 

si..., v. ^>l . 

1 »a. , >*aj , meler, to mix, £> ; se t6- 

pandre, to fo poured out, ji-bl . 

-r^^aL/ , etpalpal, etre trouble, to 6* 

disturbed, JJLj ; etre secoue, to be 

tOSSed, r>I)l . 

- |Lo*a*aaa trouble, disturbance, *LL . 

• * 

1 |^a imaginer, inventer, to imagine, con- 
trive, 9 jJ-\ <. jy ; jaser, to chatter, 
ji- . -^JiaL/ />. 

- l*«a sornettes, nonsense, ^UL»- . 
- 2 (L»a-» jaseur, blabber, ,j\$j . 

-1*9*3 , c. U*^ . 
.•.i^a e'est pourquoi..., v. ^o^ . 
l«o»a , ar. t$j-b , bedouin, bedouin . 
(^.»a) . |)o*a hors de sens, mad, o^_f . 

- |La-*>o*a demence, insanity, oj^ ■ 
-r^v^aL/ , etpai'al, s'enivrer, to get 

drunk, £~* j tituber, to stagger, ^Lc . 

1 v 
l - *&+^ } ? explorer, to explore, _■[> • 

montrer, to jtow, _^tt j etablir, to 

establish, •,* . 

- |ao»a chercheur, philosophe, ««r- 

cA^r, philosopher, i_J^—Li 1 JU» . 

- l^v 3 arret, sentence, jly . 

- 2 lo^_> montrer, to jAoh), ^^kl ; figu- 
rer, to figure, Ji. . - 2 u>^l/ /». ; r. 



25 



AAA A*» 



- m»*am revelateur, heraut, revealer, 

herald, jL. t ^jl. j prophete, ^ro- 
^A*/, ,^-j ; chef, leader, -Aj'Ij ; sceptre, 
sceptre, o\±-j~* . 

- M>»^» investigateur, tnvesttgator, i^-b . 

. » » * . . . . 

- M>t&^ investigation, investigation, d^ • 

indication indication, » jLSi • appa- 
rition, appearance, j^k ; mystere, 

ii. 1 to t a , , reparer, to repair, *JL»1 . 

- loo*» reparateur, repairer, ~JLu . 

- lo*a reparation, repairing, t<JLu . 
a " * r 1 r 

J* 1 ^ , , repandre, to spread, jX> j 
disperser, to scatter, i-b . - * j^aL/ ^. ; r. 

- bl|£«*a ca et la, A«re and /A<re,iJbbjL* . 

- Ij^> dispersion, scattering, jiS . 

-!Lo?va» ; -l»aa , c. \\U> • 
(ova) « r ovaovaL/, etpalpal, etre etonne, 
perplexe, to be astonished, perplexed, 

i*o*a || > t-oV* parce que..., v. o» . 

^^©►^ , , * , se tenir en repos, 
to r«si, I A* ; cesser, to c«*«, «klj1 . 
- 1 ^ov»L; etre en repos, to rejf, t-Iju-1 ; 
^« , cesser, to /eaue ojf, j*. ^Lul . 

- lUtna tranquille, tranquil, [s*\* j lent, 

indolent, slow, indolent f-\J^ t'Jaj • 
doux, soft, pij j silencieux, silent 
^U j oisif, «//«, JUu . 

- &s»!l»ov3 en silence, silently, Oj&j . 

- | LaL ota silence, silence, CjJ>~m j repos, 

raif, 5*-!j ; calme, calm, j-u . 

- (J»»a repos, loisir, rej/, leisure, t ~<S-< 

£}JcJj || £n*w, 4, 24 : liov^ en 
toute hate, in A&ste, At^ . 



- a ^o»a ; - 3 "Vo»af faire cesser, to make 

stop, ,JSj\ j calmer, to appease, la* . 
- 3 %oVaLL/ A 

(»A<Ha) . 3 u>wsf briller, to jAira, «i . 

- U&ootAM splendeur, splendour, •L r . 

- loots rayon, ray, £l»5 . 

- |&*a»*> , path., gale, itch, ^> 



^4©^/ • ]f«*a3tet Ijovaaube, dawn,j^ 



*r .»» tr 



- U-ova ; - |$oota j - l*)oova sombre, 

pale, gloomy, pale, ^.^-Li t lw . 

- M?oova de facon obscure, obscurely, 

- r »*tA». } saf'el, glorifier, to glorify, -bf . 

- r >o>a6*/ />. ; r. 

- l>f»tA» fier, plein de jactance, proud, 

boastful, 4»«JiJ i-jif ( _>>»■» . 

- ILa joc»* jactance, boasting, ii»iij . 



- lyov^aik gloire, orgueil, jactance, ^/o»7, 

pride, boasting, <i^iij t «Lj ^^ t Ojtf . 

'•O*-^ , ? avoir honte, to be ashamed, 

- I&.OV3 honteux (qui a ou qui fait hon- 

te), ashamsd, shameful, J>Jt « J^^ • 

- pLLoova pudique, bashful, -iiA j qui a 

honte, ashamed, Jjh^- . 

- ILLova , LLov^ , honte, shame, J» j 

deshonneur, infamie, dishonour, in- 
famy, S»-Lii t _jl* . 

- 3 Lw*l rendre honteux, to put to shame, 

J»l ; etre honteux, to be ashamed, 

1° pupille de l'ceil, pupil of the eye, 
jiy, ; 2° ceil, eye, ^c- . 

- |«aaa gargonnet, little boy, j^» iSr a . 



Laa — at 



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l^aaa , /it. |N-i3aa ei |Loaaa , canal, 

canal, obi ; 

Uaoa , /, ^/. o'', fJoufiaXos, s<w/., bu- 
bale, wild bull, j ./ j_^J . 

|*^aa grosse pierre..., c. )1zl=> . 

oios , fa'i., f, chaos, chaos, *\j>- . 

la*tos faucon..., c. uia . 

\i2oa habitant..., c. laias . 

11a esprit, coeur, mina", A^ar/, i_JL* ' ?-_> j ' JU 
|| lis ^» par coeur, by heart, L-e- 
|| tla ^ «&*? rappeler, to remind 
of, J*'* ; o^a ^C u&«I 1° se rappe- 
ler, reflechir a, to remember, reflect on, 
j j£iJ c _^iJ J 2° comprendre, re- 
marquer, to understand, remark, J**-"}/ 
*^i ; 3° s'occuper de, to attend to, 
j ^e-\ 1 1 |la x^» faire attention, to pay 
attention, ol II Ua ^* u&» venir a 
l'esprit, to occur, JUI Je Jh>- j ia^; 

<&s "^ , C. <&3 ^ uk.[ 1°. 

i. tiu etc., f, PouXtj, senat, j«wfe, 

-i~£a\*» etc., (3ouXsuty)S,, senateur, 
senator, ~-i . 

n. (Jjoa) [ioXin, ^/. iLiioa, aVj, dice, jo • 
fMaa acier, jfe«/, iVji . 

uam^.03 , (3otiXlji.OS, /w/A., boulimie, 
bulimy, ^ JL fj>- . 

pa as , ffi. «tf/., hibou, chouette, ou>/, a*^ . 

|anu , [5coij.O£, haut lieu, Ai^A />/a«, 



(sjoa habitant, inhabitant, -UJl ^1 || *~[ 
[ajoa elire domicile, to tafce u/> on«'j 
abode, hSL— jb^l . 

(<*a) . 2 «i3 cesser, tarder, to cease, delay, 



ft 4 



- t-L>as retard, delay, jf-\l . 
Uoa , (?) fin lin, fine linen, jJj uhT 



- £ma3 , bot., bouillon-blanc, mullein, 
1 iaa , ta&aj , pourrir (intr.), to rot {intr.), 

iLoaa e/ i*» r ' 5 Pouxiva, trompette, 
trumpet, 3_f> . 

^ta&a , pouneXXarov, pain de mu- 
nition, soldier's bread, .»jiA-l j^- . 

i-^ , »oaj , etre devaste, inculte, vide, 
to it waste, uncultivated, void, jb t *-jj£ 
'£>- J cesser, to cease, Jjj J pourrir, 
to ro/, (JjsaI II 1A3 ^w (a etre priv^ 
de, to be deprived from, ^ (^) *y . 

-i*fa et *~a sterile, en friche, barren, 
fallow, J\> 1 J*-U j ^e , exclu de, 
excluded from, ,y ?jj£- • ^0 , depourvu 
de, unprovided with, 'j U . 

- Iv*a inculte, uncultivated, J\j . 

- |joa terre inculte, untilled land, ^J>j\ 

jji j a$., inculte, uncultivated, J\j j 
simple, simple, Il_-j ; stupide, jftt- 

- ILofoa devastation, devastation, ^jJ^-' } 

rudesse, roughness, 53_^- • (?) sot- 
tise, foolishness, iil*- . 
- 3 ^ia/ d^vaster, to lay waste, <~>j>- . 

- r MaaLf , etpa^lal, etre stupefait, to be 
stupefied, c-f . 

I^yoa tour, toif>«!f, ^j- . 

I^faa courrier..., v. >v» • 

• ♦ 

1*)*a , />/. |bk.yoa <?/ ILoyaa , natte de 

joncs, rush mat, o[j>*- >*> . 
I^M^aa, pup<T3U€, corroyeur, currier, 9-Lj . 

1 fca , Laa.) , passer la nuit, to pass the 
night, oL ; habiter, to inhabit, j^L* . 
R. \Ls> . 

- |Loa , pi. |Laa , 1° hotellerie, inn, 

5xi • 2° marche d'un jour, one 



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day's walk, jl^ >. j 3° veille, i^gtV, 
^— |[ ILoa 6-a iW. 7° ; campe- 
ment, camp, Utf || |Las i=> pendant 
la nuit, in /A« mgAf, JJl; . 

- 3 6«a/ faire passer la nuit, to make 
pass the night, cAt\ . 

1 r 
\^ , i&^i , piller, depouiller, to plunder, 

strip, i_JL i ^ . - X |^L/ />. 

- Itoo rapace, rapacious, ._il»U- . 

- ILoiova rapacite, rapacity, «J» . 

- ILo^p pillage, plunder, i-^ • 

- |Lp , Lja , /)/. ILCa , proie, butin, 

prey, booty, i*Ji- c i-i_j» J pillage, 
plunder, c^ . 

-ha; - l*|otd , £. (Low.»3 . 
- 3 >a/ donner a piller, to give over to 
plunder,^ J*\ ; c. 1 p. . - 3 £LL/, 

- r l3M> , palpel, voler, to roi, iS^ . 

|»a faucon..., c k»ta . 

lis mamelle, mamelon (sein), breast, 

teat, nipple, ^olll *U»- t ^Jj • |C» />/. ; 

montagnes, mountains, JL*- . 

I Ha marchand d'etoffes, mercer, jlj- . 



JLV 



moquerie, outrage, mocking, ou- 
trage, i^ii i I/. 

■ 2 i~£a , <f., us , se moquer de, to mock, 

- ^Ifaa moquerie, mocking, "^J^ . 
u»3 , pi. |(_3 , faucon, falcon, JL*> . 
[k*\s> et p&*|oa id. 

1 w k t3 , } dechirer, to tear, 3j* J fendre, 
to cleave, j-i j trouer, to bore, >_Ji? . 
-^JaLf />. 

- |^ia , ixia , dechirure, rent, <5y- ; 

fente, c/e/i, Ji ; trou, opening t_- 



■ 2 «k!a,c. J «xja ; traverser to go through, 

- |-i.(a3 laceration, laceration, Jjjt ■ per- 

cement, trou, piercing, hole,^Ji t jyJ-. 
1 koIa , , repandre, to scatter, jOj . 

- lata motte de terre, clod, aj«1j j cail- 

lou, pebble, »La»- . 

- 2 u>t_a disperser, to scatter, »rJLi . 
* u>a , examiner, scruter, to examine, 
search, c^- 1 ,_^^» ; discuter, to discuss, 

- ^>aa : - |LoJLu»ata» examen, exami- 



nation, j«J 



i r 



, , eprouver, examiner, to /ry, 
examine, ^^-i <. J*^*' . -*;-*al.//>. 

- lya^a examinateur, verificateur, exa- 

miner, verificator, ^A^i , 

- ILoja— a examen, examination, ^^^ . 

- I;- -•*> eprouv6, excellent, /ri«/, «v«/- 

_ a^lt.i.-t avec soin, carefully, »b^Li . 

- |Lo;.m-> vertu eprouvee, proven virtue, 



- \jy~aA 1° epreuve, test, uUc-l j 

2° crise (de la maladie), crwis (0/ 
</w ilness), (^jil) *yl . 

- |L&i*_&a ta. 7°. 

> 2 ^a enflammer, to yfre, A^-il . 

- 2 t*»AL/ examiner, to examine, ***i . 

- li-Ji examinateur, examiner, ^y>\^» . 



, , agiter, to shake, J* ; trou- 
bler, to disturb, J-L ; exciter, to rowre, 
dj- . - 1 i*-*a , s se hater, to hasten, 
J«iJ j etre agite, to be agitated, ^-La . 

i , (?) herbes folles, weeds, 



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agiter, to agitate, «u* . 
_ r^kl^U/ } etpar'al, se mouvoir, to 
move (intr.), 'Ijfi- . 

\fea canard, duck, il»i . 

}£a 6tincelle, spark, ij\j$ . 

|*5~ cruche, pitcher, Jj j\ . 

|v5^ j m - et f-> ar - r^". > pasteque, water- 
melon. 

^«*A*d , ' , cesser, to cease, JJ«j ; perir, 
to perish, vill* ; etre aboli, to be aboli- 
shed, (f) Ji jl ; faire deTaut, to default, 
jU ; dtre oisif, to be idle, fji» jj t£aou 
■*I ii£ J %£aL/ j'ai eu soin de, 7 too* 
caw of, 1 il^pl . 

- "%-fa" cessant, ceasing, Jiiy* ; qui 

chome, idle; J Liu ; 'fc. , w» , adonne 
a, addicted to, Jl «Ui. || ^ ^ ^^> 
je m'occupe de, I attend to, t ^\ . 

- K -f|-^- avec soin, carefully, »Lu*Li , 

- )La\.5''> soin, care, »Lut1 ; la Provi- 

dence, Providence, ^LAV' ajUJI . 

- I'^fr^ cessation de travail, suspension 

of labour, iJLki ; loisir, leisure, yU^i ; 
negligence, negligence, Jl>l j anean- 
tissement, annihilation, oU • vanity, 
vanity, o~&> . 

- 2> \4^a faire cesser, to cause to cease, 

<JiJij\ J annuler, to annul, JJaj ; omet- 
tre, to omit, J>! ; extirper, abattre, 
to pluck out, throw down, fj" ' J-*^' \ 
eloigner, to remove, -UjI J ^0 } priver 
de, to deprive of, j. p»- . - 2 tgJ»Lf ^. 

- ^ait P- P- ', ^ , s'occupant de, o>Ao 

attends to, j ^a* . 

- |U^a vain, inutile, vain, empty, jf- 

«iLi (. JI»l» j perime, abolished, JaiU j 
sans travail, unoccupied, JUu . 



- U£a vain, mtn, JUL. ; paresseux, jfort- 

full, o^L-T ; oisif, tafc, JUu ; |&£& 
/. ; vanites, vanities, JJ»L»I . 

** * r . . . •■ ■ 

- k*U£a sans raison, without object, Oja 

*_-*>- ; vainement, vainly, Uj* . 

- U^aa cessation, cessation, JLUI ; abro- 

gation, repeal, J Liu I . 

- ILaO^nNn ta*. ; aneantissement, awii- 

hilation, oLI . 

tt^ila ciselures, chisellings, ^j** - 
|&m£a , £0*., tertbinthe, terebinth, Ju 
U-ij-" * pistache, pistachio-nut, J£-i . 

^Au^ j F } concevoir, to conceive, 1 J-*- . 

- I'-fr"* concu, conceived, *j J_>^ J en- 

ceinte, pregnant, J-»- ; subst., foetus, 

- H 1*^5^ conception, conception, J-*- . 

- |i£a 51/A5*., conception, conception,^*- ; 

gestation, gestation, J*- j foetus, 
foetus, Jw«- . 

- |I^a «/ |&i£a , afi)'., enceinte, /**£- 

nfln ^> J-»- . 

- ILoi^.3 etat du fruit porte dans le 

sein, state of the fruit borne in the 
womb, t.1 »Li»-l j JilJI 5JLa- . 

- 2 ^o ; - 3 ^o{ rendre enceinte, to 
make pregnant, J^»- LVL>- . 

i*o maison..., v. \b*s> . 
2 ^a ou 2 IUa , Uaj ou |(lki , consoler, to 
console, <^jt . — 2 t|laL/ /•. 

- lUa.3 consolation, consolation, *i J*j . 
-|^*a.:> consolateur, consolatory, j** . 

|^i-> , c. ^laoa , canal... 

v*a par..., v, I,-. • 

iMoLUa , /, piXXos, tablette, taAZ^, 



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\*> 



(3t)[xa 5 tribunal, bench, \&J- ; haut 
lieu, high place 



\ ± * ?** ) . ni.i («f. m. ^/.)i />r#>., or</. rt$ 
(q$". />/.), parmi, entre, among, between, 
j i J t ju; _6a-a (est. f. pi.), prep, 
(sans off. ou avec off. s.), id. j _ 6uLi 
(red. du pric), prep, (sans aff.), id. 
If kAo ■-■--> entre toi et moi, between 
you and me, ^JLjj j ^ II o^iS ufri&ika 
en lui-meme, within himself, «Jli j 
|| ya^Do i^i e^ entre ton frere et 
toi, between your brother and you, ifJLij 

- 2 ^J» faire comprendre, to make un- 
derstand, (*«il . - 2 ,I»L/ , d.,&,p.; 
is , ^ , observer, to observe, J*»-"i/ . 

- ILfin.iv> • > |L&u*3tao intelligence, 

intelligence, *^j . 

- LL»os it/. ; reflexion, prudence, thought, 

prudence, iJai i ^SCiJ . 



> , /a/, vindex, vengeur, avenger, iU . 

»«o^ et miu 3 P t0 ^j v 16 ? «!/'» '^> J 
subsistance, subsistence, aJLm . 

!&*»=> } |fisso } 1° _/>/. f " _ oeuf, egg, i^y j 
crane, skull, i»>»»- ; testicule, testicle, 
S^^- J 2° _/>/. |[' _ arc, arch, i-^- . 

li-a , C. ]f\z> , puits... 

|L^a et ILfLa palais, forteresse, palace, 
fortress, ( y+a*- t jji . 

ttao , /., lettre beth, letter beth,c^ dji-\ . 

6*o , prep., entre..., v. ~J> . 

)*r* » ^ , &»a j uls 5 m., pi. |kla , mai- 
son, house, ii^i j temple, temple, J5L* • 
chambre, room, Sj^ j famille, family, 
aUIc ; peuple, />*?/>/;, v_-*i • race, 
ra«, ^JL*. j classe, tribu, c/aw, tn'Ae, 



i»~- c W j vers, mra, _^ui c-jj ; verset, 
verse, *i} • hymne, hymn, »^-JjI || & 
|C^a domestique, man-servant, asU- j 
familier, familiar, ,_yj\}* ; habitant, 
dweller, jfL- , 

_ 6*ls , «/., 1° £. |xJ» maison... ; 
2° place, place, ulSC j terre, land, 
,jij\ ', pays, country, oL * Stable, 
jta//, JJa-»l j cellule, «//, i-jj^ ; 
vase, vase, »UI ; gaine, sheath, i_jjyi j 
siege, .raz/, -Ua. j centre, centre, jS^. j 
section, section, » j»- j strophe, stanza, 
Ix^ 4aU ; temps, frW, oUj ; jour, 

^ f ji • 

3° [instrument, instrument, ilT] «. 

11.^5 Own etners, stirrups, Jj . 

4° «*/>/.,, e.v. Uo9 bu^ay [v&l la 
mort de Paul, the death of Paul, 

- }jo&»3 maisonnette, cottage, c-x-> . 

- L.6wr> domestique, domestic, ^j • fa- 

milier, familiar, ijj!^. • ami, friend, 
v-c-U. ; propre, />ro/w, ^U ; 
t&*bhO y. ; propri^t^, /fro^rfy, i»»l>-. 

- ftw|b.,3 dans la maison, en privet in 

the home, privately, jI^uVLj <. C-aJI j . 

- |Lo*t-a amitie, familiarity, friendship, 

familiarity, illj t <il-Ua> . 

- * l.6-^> admettre comme familier, to 

admit into the family, JjLoS' J^ii ; 

attribuer, to attribute, ^. i ' gagner 

a soi, to bring over, J|^->l . • 4 ^fiwsL/ 
traiter familierement, to make free 
with, aSI-Uij JjU , 

li 9 
h ^ ' *^ pleurer, to «>«/>, ^^So j d. ou 

■%*. , pleurer sur, to lament, Jt ^$0 . 

- l&a 6wa pleurs, wailing, ui^, - 4$ 



Ua — [*a 



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- |-»^ ; - |kaa pleurs, weeping, »lSo . 
> 2 uia se lamenter, to bewail, ^1 ; 

faire pleurer, to make weep, ,_^ol . 

- 1^-*^ pleureuse, ow/>«r (/.), *i'^ • 

- 3 ..t-^ faire pleurer, to maie «««/>, 5s' * 
(la coq, cock, clio ; |fcoi» poule, hen, 

1 r 

\ ^ *> , ' , etre mur, to be ripe, £~o3 ; 
etre le premier, to Ae tte first, JjVl uLS". 

- }!£*» premier -ne, first-born, Jsj ', 

printaniere (pluie), spring (rain), 

(>*) c/riJ • 

- |i3aa premier-ne, first-bom, £j J 

premices, firstlings, jf\y. ', hostie, 
host, t^J^I Iff- • 

- Ilopaa [| |Laj^*o Lopoa droit d ai- 

nesse, birthright, *jjj5o . 
- 2 ;Jia porter des fruits nouveaux (ar- 
bre), to bear new fruit (tree),]j^t O^c 1 
(»j£) S-b-U- j 6tre le premier, com- 
mencer, to oe the first, begin, I Oil 
JjVI ilS" ; prec^der, to precede, J~* ; 
faire don des premices, to £twr <A« 
firstlings, j£\>~>\ t*" 4 *' 5 recevoir les 
premices, to r«c«ue /Ae firstlings, Jot- \ 



j£\fl\ . - 2 jiaL? etre offert 



en 



premices, to be offered as firstlings, 
jS"\ji JSlSj {■& ', Stre le premier, 
to be the first, JjVI jlT || *Co ;la 
anticiper, to anticipate, J~- . 

- |£aa premature, precoce, untimely, 

precocious, j_jS L c <cij JjU ; |*aa/>*. ; 
premices, firstlings, jf\y. \ |L;Aa/. ; 
.rata/., fruit prematura, forward fruit, 
jlj^l J^ i^lj • >c* j| »■ w - pr- 

- bl\ik-> prematurement, prematurely, 



|»-»^ et Utftoa grosse pierre, great stone, 

1 Coo tisser, to weave, ilU- . 

- |LfcH tisseuse, weaveress, *£lU- . 

^^■S ? ^.aaj , meler, corrompre, to 
m£*, corrupt, A-il t JxU- ; mouiller, to 
"**» J^ j exciter, to exafe, j-irl . 

-%&=>p.p. ; ilia/. ; sale, dirty, /£ ; bte 
vanne, cleansed wheat, »lji» <kj- . 

- b^luLa indistinctement, indistinctly, 

J»^b>-L ; mal, A<uffy, i»^-» . 

- tL&a*£a melange, confusion, mixture, 

confusion, l?'&>-\ t rjj**' • 

- jfi^a flacon, Ao«/e, 



- r ^a\a , palpel, troubler, confondre, 

to disturb, confound, JJL t .kU- . 

- tb^aa confusion, trouble, confusion, 

disturbance, *L\j t t Jot*-' . 

JULd ou x <*■■* etre use, to fo tewm o«t, Jj • 
etre vieux, to ^ro«j old, j& ; etre gat£, 
pourrir, to 6e tainted, rot, ji& c ^ j^*1 ; 
perir, to ^eruA, ill* . -iJ&aL? €tre 
consume, to fie consumed, (*) 1 _J*1j I . 

_ l-^-t 1° use, vieux, z«orn out, old, 
£xe t JU ; 2° habit use, awrn out 
coat, 6\j ^j ; \LS*f. P ; id. 2°. 

- |Lo*j£a v^tust6, oldness, J&- . 

- jLa 1° manque, want, ^Je j 2° />r«"/i., 

sans, without, Oj-Xi ; 3° faute de, /or 
wan* o/, (JUj |j jLa ^» ii P° rf 5° 
|| ^, j£* ^i id. 3°. 

- 2 -^^ user, to use up, Jj ; corrompre, 
to corrupt, A-il ; pourrir (fr.), to rof 
(tr.), (x.) jip . - 2 ulaLf p. 

cj^a , c. pCia , bain... 



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c&a ■ — - via 



(j^a) . |»^a-a et |}^£a , J3spY]&apiog, 
courrier, courier, Joj , 

^u^o stupeTaire, to stupefy, ,ji*il ; 
effrayer, troubler, to frighten, disturb, 
jiil c ^i! ; hater, to hasten, J*j> ; 
- *i*ov^L,' ^. ; se hater, to toaAc Aorto, 

- Uo^a perturbateur, disturber, JiL 

- |^o^.&a stupeur, epouvante, stupor, 

terror, <^s-j c iiw j celeritd, </«- 
patch, '**j* • 
^o-^> chene, oaA:, *JljJi- J gland, acorn, 
J^L ; vase, win?, »UI . 

I frvflnNi et \& , lat. plumbate, fouets 
plomb&, kaa'en scourges, S^ff J»U- 

|)o2ka cheveux tresses, plaited hair, j*5 

ya«iXa settlement..., u. «^. • 

ig^a , j fermer, to jAirf, jit! . 

(>f|>\t). . \t\.(jj\-t 1° ver rongeur, boring- 
worm, tfj- ; 2° carie, decay, ]£■ . 

- |L<4^ id- 2°. 

- x hg^aL/ etre pourri, to A« rotten, 

- 2 tg£a ; - 3 ^Ls? pourrir (fr.), to rot 
(tr.), (:u) jit . 
1 ^a 5 , museler, to muzzle, *»- j faire 
taire, to silence, cSL*\ . ■ 1 ^aL//>. 

- Ixba museliere, muzzle, f k«- ; |*a\5 

/>/. ; pustules, pustules, J-lo . 

>^,J^*/Jjia ,/.,/>/. lto ''*/|L5'', 
(3aXavs"tov } bain, bath, ^ . 

- ULa o maitre de bain, bath keeper, 

\t\.tt>nrti\-\ ; c. |k».o»^a , I'. *&a . 
l£*^a ane blanc d'figypte, white ass of 

Egypt > o^.' <sj*» ->\r • 



iM frar&i i «to., [3xXXt(T-^, toi7., baliste, 
ballista, <J»li» . 

v «!««i>Va «to., paXcau.QVj Ao/., baume, 
baumier, balsam, balsam-tree, ~L 
-JUI s^ . 

(^^a) . v l«^a etc., ar. jL-L , c. le prec, 
baume... 

1 ^ 
^^*2 > , , , avaler, to swallow, *b • 

etre frapp6, chatie, to be struck, chast- 
ised, •-Jy- i (jf ) ^>jJ> ; etre atta- 
qu6, bless£, to Ae assailed, wounded, 
rj£\ ' /r^* J ^ j ressentir, to feel, 
j*2> ; ta , bruler de, to Aam k«7A, 
j c^ia-^i . - 1 '»&aL/ f ; a, bruler 
de, to Aurn iwVA, j ?^J>\ . 

- \bc^dtvorsitrice,devouring(f.),Z*JJL.i 

gorge, throat, ji*- j tourbillon (mer), 
whirlpool {sea), (>-Jl J ) jUs . 

- f6i».^a , pi, \il } ^gout, sewer, ^La* • 

- \ vetV-> hame9on, fish-hook, ijb-* . 

- <*y^a p.p. ; p. a. (ex., ia , brulant de, 

burning with, j *J±Jx»} , 

- «^a frapp6, struck, ^jj^Jl. ; avide, 

- |&t\aa coups, blows, Ob ^ . 
- 3 »j^af blesser, to wound, -r j>~ . 

»k»a ,.j&r#. (q^: ^/.), orrf. ^o ^a , sans, 
without, dj* || v^a ^o id. 

1 *Va , , germer, fleurir, to shoot, blossom, 
j»j\ t jUaj . - 1 AaL/ , gram., etre 
prononc^, to Ae pronounced, (^) Jiil . 

-|Gt*«o^va 6tincelle, 5/>arAr, Ijl^pl - 

■ 3 £ka/ produire, to utter, c~pl . 

1 < 

*^ " ^ . ' , apparaitre, survenir, to 

appear, come on, \J» t j j ■ i ^ , par- 
venir a, to get to, J I J-ny ; j*^ , aller 



^ 



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vers, to go towards, J! »_-»i ; ^* , 
Femporter sur, to prevail over, <_-!«• ; 
desirer, to desire, j i_Jj j| ^ low «r>.\-> 
s'apercevoir, to perceive, Cs^- . 

- 2 u&a exciter, to urge, do- . - 2 u&aL{ , 

^, tendre vers, to tend towards, ^3^ J 
ressentir (une douleur), to feel {pain), 

(N ^ • 

>-; > s- etc., lat., velarium, velarium, ilk. . 
| .»\-> brigands, brigands, ^-^-J . 
\blts> filles..., v. \U> . 

J-la lo edifier (s. pr. et fig.), to build, 
edify (pr. andfig.s.),*L~aJl\ Jl <->A»- 1 ^> J 
2° reconstruire, to rebuild, <J\j ^> ' } 
former, to farm, b£ . ■ 1 uiaL{ p. ; 
prosperer, to prosper, yojl . 

- lLalia edification (s. fig.), edification 

(fig. s.), SjAJ w OLj . 

- (ilia edifice, building, «;!>■ j c. |L< 



.2 



lus , c 



. 1 jia 1° . - 2 u>tk?/>. 



- )i.'->w j - \lls constructeur, builder, »Lj . 

|ia , pi. |LEu> «/ t*»£i3 , (JxXxvsiov, 
bain, ia/A, |»I^j- . Rappr. p^ . 

Ii±a , pi. I* ' e< u»* ', JiiavBov, etendard, 

standart, *Aj . 
[o^ia , 1a*«jo3 etc., boule, balle, bowl, 

ball, ajUj 4 SjT . 
|Z»ia fils..., v. |(J3 . 
(i*aa) . r iiw"%m'> , palpel, mettre en pieces, 

to tear to pieces, Jai . - r >«ir>aoLf p. 

- |io«>3 mise en pieces, tearing to 

pieces, a^j . 
|N£aA etc., pYJtJtJ-Z, cruche, jug, jy—> . 

f> Cn"> s is j ^ , ^» ^ mepriser, to 

despise, j«*-\ . - I i»c»sL/ />. 

- iLxtoo ; - ^ota mepris, contempt, 

jUb»-l j negligence, negligence, JL^I . 



- (Laumatao mepris, contempt, jlij-l . 

- 3 uJ^y , o , negliger, to neglect, J^l ; 

^ } is , mepriser, to despise, J£*-\ . 

}!*»» 1° —pi. iLo^ms _ coussin, cushion, 
oL _> : 2° — />/. ^obs _ man., talent, 
talent, *ijj . 

^4<u ^- 5 pXCTepvoVj litiere (por- 
tee), (carried) litter, r-j^> . 

[Au ? pccciXstx, royaume, kingdom, 

- loioa efc., />/. «» r , portique, /wr- 

rico, Jljj . 

1 1> 
1 OrtJ> } ' ? sentir bon, to be fragrant, 

•jLp »-li ; etre doux, agreable, plaire, 

to be sweet, pleasant, to please, JJ t v^ 

}U- j <f., cs ? se rejouir de, to re/oi« af, 

j* «-j» II (jaIms ^saia offrir des par- 

fums, to offer perfumes, \j*s- p-v» . 

- (Mftaka ou a j convive, £««j/, JS'jj* ; 

riche, rich, ^ ; efFemine, effeminate, 

dJb. . 

- |na3 , 7«ma , pi., {■&*** f lu&aaa et 

|.^vs «.-> ^ parfum, perfume, jL ; 

encens, incense, jy£ \\ ou Lis } is 

• ' * * ~- . 

poaaa 6-a encensoir, censer, »jr*^> . 

- )mm3 suavite, suavity, *j j-it ; plai- 

sir, joie, pleasure, joy, r-y> ; »H j 
banquet, banquet, <+Jj j vie large, 
wealthy life, ^r^l ialij . 

- 2 ?»oai rendre doux, agreable, to mafe 

jweff/, pleasant, l-b-iJ t L-ie *i»- j ren- 
dre savoureux, assaisonner, to make 
savoury, to season, JJ 4 jJJi -L JJ 41a»- j 
parfumer, to perfume, (-a*)jlxt ; us ? 
rejouir de, to delight with, j »-/ j 
sentir (une odeur), to 5me// (an 
odour), Jlh^\ . - 2 ^AaLf />. ; jouir, 
se rejouir, to enjoy, rejoice, ~-jI t ^ . 



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- puma suave, doux, suave, sweet, 

jb- i i^>lf. j odorant, odorous, J»\c • 
aimable, amiable, >J>JaJ . 
. D^^ma doucement, mildly, iik • b6- 
nignement, aimablement, benignly 
kindly, iJ<U; t icij_^ . 

- |La.tt*ma suavit£, suavity, i>l£ ' h6- 

nignit£, benignity, ^*- ; joie, glad- 
ness, ^j\ . 

- |aama parfumeur, perfumer, Ja** . 

_ 130^0^ douceur, sweetness, ij-it ; 
plaisir, pleasure, lib ; jouissance, 
enjoyment, ^ ; joie, joy, ^j> ; 
festin, feast, S»J> . 

- 3 ;»maJ exhaler (un parfum), to yield 
(fragrance), (U^) _UI ; parfumer, 
to perfume, (Ju) J>j* ; rejouir, to 
gladden, ^-\ . 

««« , vm*ma , etc., PdctrtSj base, base, 
l r 



, , a., "^ , ^a. 9 mepriser, to 
despise, J!c3-\ ; blamer, to Munu, *V j 
refuter, to refute, iJ ^>-i . 

li-ma />./>. ; meprisable, vil, contemp- 
tibile, vile, tj± ; JJj . 

b»|i*.eoa n^gligemment, negligently, 



- |Lo»~ma bassesse, baseness, «»Uo j me- 

pris, contempt, jU-j-1 . 

i» * 

- Ivata raisins verts, sour grapes, r r a> - . 

- |*ma bassesse, baseness, iJ i . 

- |j^>u ; - |i}uu mepris, contempt, 

- 2 tma , </., ^a. } mepriser, to despise, 

jj&-\ ; repousser, to /An«/ fiacA, «s^ . 
-*^Lip.. 

- }j»-*_tto contempteur, contemner, JSc^- . 

- ILai^kam mepris, contempt, j\i&-\ . 



, *ma , pi. j;ma e/ |T; 
chair, flesh, J- j corps, body, 
ILv** 3 j y^, membranes, membranes, 
i-til • peaux, stony, Jji>- II lima *a 

homme, man, jl il II oott-ata ai^a 

leurs parents, their relations, ^ jlil , 

■ Mv«»a J - lliima de chair, charnel, 

of flesh, carnal, ^-U*. i -X- . 

• k»l>vma selon la chair, carnally, ,Ij-U». . 

. |LaJU>a nature corporelle, corporal 
nature, ij J »- <u_J» . 

i 2 *ma incarner, to incarnate, (-*•)- 

a ^ r > 

- s WLJ/>. ; r. 

F •» - * 

•|La*i 



incarnation, incarnation, 



|j&i>3 ete., jardin, garden, jLj . 

i& mr> ( = o + tS>m) , /*-#., aifi-., 

apres, q/fer, Aw ; derriere, behind, ,\jj, 

- fykma j ybma , derriere, hind part, Lai 

|| ykmaa , />r#., c. }&ma ||}&ma^ 
vers l'arriere, backwards, ►!j_^JI J! j 
c. yC>ma j| |}kma (a plac^ derriere, 
placed behind, »!jj f\i • tourn£ en 
arriere, turned towards the rear, 

- |Iyfikma^a venant par derriere, coming 

from behind, «J«i>- j. ol . 

- Ck*|y6Lma^a a reculons, backwards, 

T^i^flj ; en retournant, going back, 

A V^ , chercher, recherchcr, desirer, 
avoir besoin de, to seek, search out, 
desire, want, j <^J-j t jc >i-^ t ^^la 
J! r-b>-l ; rf., ^» , demander a, prier, 
to ask, pray, ^-j <. ,y> i_Jk j rendre 
necessaire, exiger, to ma£e necessary, 



*M> 



u* 



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require, i_~»-j1 t pjJI ; >«£ , discuter 

p. ; p. imp. ; etre necessaire, to Ae 
necessary, >-^rj . 

- l±L , J**» , />. a. ; impers., etre sur 

le point de, to be about to, Jc ulS 

- |La^> demande, priere, request, prayer, 

•l>-j t i^it |j uaa de grace, pray, 
dllL-l II i^ii ~v-n-> je t'en prie, I beg 
you, £jtj\ . 

- ^.iLoxa suppliant, suppliant, ^jr* • 

- ['.a>2t investigates, investigator, *L*-L . 

- \LLs pi. |6sHa 5 recherche, search, 

^it t <L& ; demande, request, i-it ; 
discussion, discussion, SJ^Ltf- . 
- 2 --^ brouter, ravager, to browse, 
ravage, JAj\ <. /»j . 

- jlLa suppliant, suppliant, J->>^ ; cher- 

cheur, seeker, i_JU» J desireux, de- 
mandeur, desirous, asker, v_J U* t >_^lj . 

- pk.a^ persecution, persecution, jl^k-il . 

(v3l») . 3 »s^/ eloigner, to send away, -i*jl ; 
s'en aller, to go away, r\j . 

- ||um eloign^, far, JU«i • 

- ILopam eloignement, removal, aLil . 
|ovj» poils du chameau, camel's hair, 

J^ 1 j.j ■ 

1 ^la } * j pidtiner, to trample, (^-ci ; 
regimber, to AiVA, ^j ; renverser, to 
overthrow, ?j~° . 

- |ft^Aaa coup, otoo), *ij~» . 

- r ^»i.^a par' el, s'agiter, to fo agitated, 

1 ^xa pietiner, to trample, ^-c* . 

|fc V . T> j ^£» } maitre, possesseur, master, 
owner, t_-j-Uf t J-*. j mari, husband, 



- |-»-^Vi-» adversaire, adversary, jJ*- ; 

le demon, <A« aVutY, ulkJJI . 

- k-I^^iN.T-% en ennemi, as an enemy, 

- || «->-> 1 N-v-> inimitie, enmity, «_>!■** . 

- ^l«»\\a 5 f. Ji*» fi^o , adversaire, 

adversary, ***>*- . 
- 1 1«^3 id. ; ennemi, enemy, jie- . 

- ^jaaa {Vva diabolique, diabolical, ijLk^i . 

- x *^jLs , r 3 epouser (homme) , to marry 
(man), (J^-j) £JJ-" ; murir, to ripen, 
™Ju . • 1 C^vaL{ se marier (femme), 
to marry (woman), C^-jj . 

- I&aio murissant (/.), ripening (/.), 

- |&^o femme marine, married woman, 

- ILmS.t-t vie de mariage, marriage life, 

1 iala ? } broyer, to crush, J& ; secouer, 
to shake, jy> . 

- 2 iAxa secouer violemment, to jAafo 

violently, cJi^j J* . - 2 ta»aL/ />. ; se 
rouler, to ro// (one's self), rj—£ . 

- la*aa secouement, shaking, *y* . 

1 y 

» VT> ? ? parcourir, to ^o o^er, yU ; 

chercher de nouveau, to seek over 
again, iJU t-it ; p^n^trer, to /»ene- 

- Itaxa fumier, flung, Jj j . 

» 2 ^3 parcourir, to go oner, uU ; 
rechercher, to search for, ^.ntrJ j 
glaner, to glean, Jail j Eloigner, to 
remove, Xol • d6truire, to destroy, jIjI . 

- |j^uo glaneur, gleaner, iaiV . 
., |^.aa glanage, gleaning, Jail . 



1 



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■<*«■* 



**3 



;-!» , sing. 



^ W 2 » J • J»*» V3 , sous. 

(f) ou pi. (m. ou f), coll., animaux 
de pature, bewail, pasture cattle, cattle, 
iJ.L i. ije-lj jfl^ • betes de somme, 
beasts of burden, i_jI_>j . 

•> U^>^a de brute, of brute i j^~ r ; 
sauvage, cruel, savage, wild, ^tt-j 

- k*|^>»ao sauvagement, savagely, Li>-j . 



ii* * * * 
|Lo; 



- ILa***^ sauvagerie, 



.ttKMgery, 

- r j;«> , pa' lei, rendre sauvage, to 
make wild, li*^ <*!*>- . - r J^L/ p. ; 
etre en fureur, to rage, JjUpI . 

1 6*a j ' , assaillir, accabler, & assail, 
crush, Jc Ji' ; j»-U . 

- ILteA terreur, terror, i_-pj . 

- 3 fc*a/ terrifier, to terrify, i_«*jl . 
X |3 depeVir, to pine away, i_ilj . 

-^L? id. 

-|up maigre, chelif, lean, puny, "-i^ 1 



o\~Z 



'I 



' »^ rechercher, to «<jwA otrt, djtf 
i—AU j scruter, to investigate, {J ^>^ . 

- U<> f» scrutateur, scrutineer, ^joJcl-j* , 

- |L*a , pi. IL*-a, recherche, search,£~* . 

|)*a oignon, onwn, J^u . 

$ *^ , r } , etre petit, peu, infiirieur, 
to fo /t«/e, ,/«•;, inferior, ulS' t J» t ^^ 
jJ ; manquer, to fail, om ; — fr., 
oter, to taAe <za>a}>, .ji- j omettre, 
to omii, ij/ j ia nuire a, to injure, 
i jj>\ \ maudire, to execrate, ^i . 



-is; 



J^L/ A 



- 1^. ija petit, faible, moindre, small, 

weak, lesser, JSl t ^i*»! c ^JljwJ 4 jtiso j 
♦- 1 3 , abs.-cst. ; adv., moins, less, Jil ; 
presque, almost, Ljyu ; l£»*» />/. ; 
peu nombreux, _/ei«, .i-U! _jJLJL» j 
|L**t3 />/. y. ; d^ficiences, deficiencies, 
^al\jj || Vio **ta peu s'en faut, 
near/y, JJj "^J || ^ila ;*&! plus ou 
moins, more or less, J*l ji JTI . 

- Cu|^.cspeu, trop peu, little, too little, 

I-L>- JJS c JJS j moins, less, Jil . 

- |Lot**a petite quantite, fewness, «tb j 

petitesse, smallness, J^> j bassesse, 
worthlessness, «Uj j inferiority, tn/«- 
riority, S_LL* j manque, /acA, jLaii 

ff li* * * r * r I 

|| |Lo^>^a ?o« mepriser, to despise, 
jk±-\ || |mo3 Lo^ia modestie du 
langage, modesty of the language > 

- ! jp partie, part, »J»- . 

- Uyots manquement, omission, *~*Ju . 

- 2 »^ diminuer (fr.), to diminish (/r.), 
JU 4 ^fi-* j oter, to tafo flrBdy, ijia- j 
^e s faire moins que, to maAe /w^ 
<Aan, ^ Jil J>^ j , %* j mepriser, to 
despise, fa^>-\ j faire mepriser, to 
ma^e despise, > (jjjl . - 2 J*aL/ />. j 
^o } etre inf6rieur a, to fie inferior to, 

- liiaa diminution, diminution, ^yo^ * 

manque, lack, IJ aM ; faute,yaa/i,4Ji . 

- py%ariiM || *M6 U non diminu6, non 

souill^, not diminished, not soiled, 

1 iaa , Loaaj ? pourrir (intr.), to rot 

- tft.ftt pourri, rotten, jA** , 
-*iaa{ consumer, to consume, ^\ . 



I*a 



k* 



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M 9 

JU&d eprouver, to test, l y>*z.\ ; veri- 
fier, to verify, Ja>~ ; approuver, to 
sanction, j-»«i-l . - 1 t^aaL{ />. 

- |Iaa epreuve, terf, uU^l ; preuve, 

proof, oU/ , 

- |uAa epreuve, test, oUwl . 

- [Lo&=> , c. |>aa ; vertu eprouvee, fr«rf 



wrto*, 
- Juaaa , c. puaa . 

9 "it 



» . considerer, observer, 
to consider, observe, j^aJ i «JU» . 
- 1 1 "-*^* observation, observation, 

|aa moustique, musquito, { J^j_ . 
Uaa or. J Uj 3 marchand de legumes, 
£r«n grocer, j£*- /«j1j . 

♦■ ft "V } ,1° chercher, to j«A, Jist ; 

2° trouer, to bore, v_^j . 
- 2 ^ «. 1° . -*-J£lI p. 

- ItaaA epreuve, trial, jU»i>1 . 

-, )U» , /, Pi- &** * \iU* , coll., 
troupeau (ord. de boeufs), herd 
(spec, of oxen), ( yiJ lj^o»-) ^U . 

- \iak bouvier, cowherd, jli . 

( j-a ) . I *»>-=> simple, ignorant, simple, 
ignorant, J*U- i Ja~-j . 

- b^'flti* simplement, simply, itLoj . 

- |Lo«^p> simplicity, simplicity, &Lj . 

», 9 y 

)im^ } £ champs, campagne, ,/k/<ft, 

country, *jj <• Jji»- ; dehors (jufoi.), 
outside, r-jU ||*=^ dehors, <?«*, U-J^ 1, 
|| ^e i-=^- hors de, besides, jc V-J** - J 
sauf, si ce n'est, except, save, Ijp U 
ol ^l II »-a!^ ^o , «fo., dehors, ou(, 
UjU ; prtp., hors de, outriA q/", U)^ 
^ ; ^«f/>.> outre, besides, Jp SjIj j 



|| *2&>9 exterieur, etranger, outer, 

foreign, ^ij- i ^jU . 

■ )1& sauvage, wild, ^ j ; exterieur, 

outer, ^/tj^- J etranger, foreigner, 
<— ij* ; non chretien, paien, no/ 
christian, pagan, ^j t L ^ s -« j^ . 

■ fid|(A exterieurement, outwardly, J*-_>U- . 

■ |LaI£> exterieur (suArf.), outside, 



- |1j£a , exterieur (<w#.), outer, ^-jU- . 

- fiwl>£a , c. &*|(.a ; ouvertement, 

openly, k ^r* • 

- |La^*l connaissance exterieure, out- 

ward knowledge, "^^M- *»/»» ; evite- 
ment, avoidance, <_^jf . 

■ 2 **£» separer, to separate, jji ; libe- 
rer, to discharge, l _ r aLi- . - 2 u^L{ ^. 

- u^n /». /). ; depourvu, destitute, _>" U . 

J^d ,**,/»/. £Ia , fils, job, j;l ; petit 
(d'animal), jwun£ (of animal), jj>- 
£> . _ 4£ w;A , «,«» , S S» < fc - 
_ ^ , erf., />/. ilia , 1° c. |U fils... ; 

2° descendant, scion, JJU ; disciple, 
partisan, follower, partisan, i_Jj 

«!li* ; compagnon, membre, compa- 
nion, member, j*i* <■ Jji; ; apparte- 
nant a, participant a (= quelqu'un 
du meme...), belonging to, participing 

in (= one of the same...), j i ja^. 

(...II o-Z & *~\j=) i &J&» ; 
applique a, applied to, Jt ._-£. ; age 
de... old..., ... *}& \ 

3<> [= objet concernant..., = thing 
concerning..., ...,j*^ *^ = ] ex. i* 
p»^a encensoir, censer, ~°ji~* . 

4° loc. adv., ex. ££ ta la meme 
nuit, /A* jam* night, <oli JJJI ^ . 



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.;* — Ita 



_ |L;J» , L*» , pL |ftJ!ia } fille, daughter, 
ol • jeune fille, girl, Slri j petite 
ville, small town, SoL j village, wV- 
&*£*> <ij» ■ - 4# ^L^* , y^ , 

— L£ , erf.,/./. fc!l» " c. IUa ; c. ^ 
2° /., descendante... ; c. & 3° [ = 
objet...], «c. |ui3 Lv» encensoir, 
censer, *j^> J peuple, population, 
people, population, <_-»-l t i.1 («r, L^> 
l**a* le peuple hibreu, fAe hebrew 
people, ^^mJI v*-^') J ^ufj graine, 
fruit, egg, seed, fruit, IjX t 4j-( luij 
(ex. \)i3) Ct-xa bales de g^nevrier, 
juniper berries, y-jt- jlxl ) ; valant, 
£gal a, being worth, equal to, ...I»J *J 
jL-* («. ff on IUbx Lt-a l&>oa 
cruche contenant dix mesures, pit- 
cher containing ten measures, »-j i^ 






)• 



• Jiita homme..., v. \li] . 

■ lio;a , pi, \ m ..i t 3 petit fils, little son, 

ILoiA filiation, filiation, »^j . 
buhLo*a corame fils, as son, j.1 o 



'V^ cr^er, to create, ji^ . - x u£aL/ /». 

- )-»oi-3 cr^ateur, creator, JjJU- . 

- |Lfe>o«-a creation, creation, jLi . 

- |6u*a 1° id. ; 2° coll., monde, crea- 

tures, hommes, world, creatures, men, 
^ i JJ^U t ^ ; 3° _/>/. |^, 
IC^^s e/ |..£» _ creature, creature, 
"*a1>- ; 4o _ /»/. |tJ^a _ miracle, 
miracle, <—*•* . 

- lw&«*a de creature, of creature, jj~^>- . 

if " r * 

- |Laxi*atao creation, creation, JJJ- . 

I*s» , ^ , libre de, /r<?« 0/", J* >^ j . 
l^a , c. I»t» , puits... 



U^a^ , P«p{3ap0£, barbare, barbarian, 






-*»^taL/ se montrer barbare, to .£&>«» 
one '«//" barbarian, \j j *— ii ^^tl . 

(»t») . l»oj|3 , {3£pY)§0£, postier (che- 
val), post-horse, Jj^JI J-»- . 

- bo^ mulet, mule, Jaj ; cheval de 

charge, pack-horse, J*»J jLa*- . 

- 1)9*03 9 Ij^i-a efc., courrier, courier, 

U& grele, A«7, v || |j^> fills grelons, 
hail-stones, <1j\}j . 

- x »{!aL/ etre frapp^ par la grele, to be 

struck by hail, JjJL i _. j .^I . 

1 9 ^a sombre, gloomy, jTjI ; tachet^, 
spotted, ^1*/" . 

Ift*.^ 1° morceau d'^toffe, />tf« of 
cloth, ^lli UJ ; 2° bat, pack-saddle, 
~**ij ; ^jjfta , /»/. /o ; c. 2°. 

\*oZ^> coups, blows, £j\ajJ> . 

jjota , ord. m., pi. jjeja } ord.f, pTQpuXXo?, 

min., b^ryl, beryl, A>-j j . 
U^o^a , io<., bdellium, bdellium, Ji. . 
|io^a , -a etc., plopO£, pallium, pallium, 

|Lo^> , /, cypres, cypress, ^jt . 

Ja>^ jambiere, leggings, «|<— . 

2 i-iarendre limpide, to make limpid,^>. 
- 2 i-£aL/ resplendir, to Ac resplen- 
dent, *i . 

* a r 

- |Lo~^m limpidity, limpidity, »Li^» , 

- 3 <-^aLL/ devenir limpide, to become, 
limpid, { Ji^a . 

- l~v-3 bouc, he-goat, lj ^j . 
(rulvi). V. 1 ^ r --> . 

|6-^» , /»/. |&I)> ? rue, 5/ree<, ^jU , 

i« * ^ ■ ' s * - i 

|bwva ou IbM^aa } ar. «»'j- } exemption, 

exemption . 



^6l» — y^ 

genou, knee, aSj ; genuflexion, genu- 
Jlection,lSj ; |&s»i» 5 bZ$as> } pl. |L , 
benediction,, blessing, iTj- ; bien, 
good, j^- I don, gift, *j> II h?** '"**»• 
agenouillement, kneeling, fyj • 

- x y£» f/ 1 yC» , ' , * , flechir le genou, 

se prosterner, to bend the knee, fall 
prostate, li^ t Sj \ se flechir (ge- 
nou), to bend (knee), (*?Tj) £^£-\ ; 
benir, to bless, iJjU . 

- \L.i* beni, blessed, fljL. ; />a/A., va- 

riole, variola, cfj^r || •**►» beni 
soit..., blessed be..., ... IS jL. j^SU , 

- [A* p» prosterne, prostrate, X>~L- ; r,.^ . 

- li£a genuflexion, genuflection, 4»Tj j 

benediction, blessing, "Sj . 

- 2 yt» benir, to Wmj, iljlj ; feliciter, 
to congratulate, b* . - z y*=L/ p. 

- |ks£aM benie, blessed, iSjL* ; la Benie 

(assez souv. la Ste Vierge, Edesse), 
the Blessed (rather often Holy Virgin, 

Edessa)(i»J\ i i-jJOil .IjU! T^^ULl. 

- ILalipuo ; - >i»ia benediction, bless- 

ing, ~^J • 
- 3 *^;af faire agenouiller, to make kneel 
down, «Tjl . 

|iv»^ -> brahmanes, brahmins, U\j . 

yo$a conj., mais, cependant, iuf, howe- 
ver, .ill i a* t jjSOj ; or, now, j ; »-i» il U- lj 

|| *$* 0/ , v*» ^ » U - II t' s *£* 
pourvu que, provided that, a\ ±>j^> . 

1 joia , ' , ronger, to corrode, ^J . 

- ILuoola j - boj-a rongement, corro- 

din g> u*J • 
r i^^a s'agiter..., v. x ^Jo . 



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1.*- 



<^ 5 penetrer dans, to penetrate 
into, j J^j . 
- 2 »v^L/ etre montre, explique, to be 
shown, explained, r-_ r iii ' oV • 

1 y 

"©V^ j , briller, to shine, «i . 

- [oJ-3 emeraude, emerald, *yj . 

- Ia*a foudre, lightning, Sltl -.*> . 

- ILas^a splendeur, splendour, *lf- . 

- lotA enchanteur, enchanter, jA** . 

- 3 u>*a/ faire briller, to mafo jAi'ne, 
(^») «1 j briller, to shine, *i ; 
- 3 u>£aLL/ etre illumine, to fo i//u- 
minated, «..- « ,.» . 

^^Jfc.^ . r , murir, etre mur, to n^en, 
ta ri/>e, U«^li jlS' t -uii . 

- (Lis mur, ri/tf, r^U ; cuit, cooked, 

- IUls maturite, ripeness, p*i . 

- 2 "^la faire murir, to mafe ripe, ruiil j 
cuire, to cook, ~^> . - 2, W>L/ /». ; 
etre digere, to i« digested, «A r \ . 

- Ill aa , c U*^ ; mets cuit, cooked dish, 

uL|CkA , ar. Jb } barriques, cojAj, J^'j- . 

9 4 
jiow*^^ , /. I&tobo, celibataire, vierge, 

celibate, virgin, »IjAa t k_jj«-l J chaste, 

chaste, JjXj j llo63/)/. m. ; signes de la 

virginite, tokens of virginity, iJ^J! j»"5U . 

- |Aobo virginal, virginal, J>4 . 

- b^UoKo virginalement, as a virgin, 

- \LaLck.kj* virginity, chastete, virginity, 

ckastity, *ic t iJji . 

« 2, ^6.a violer, to violate, -r^ai , 
-*%.&Ll p. 



39 



•,t*> 



1***^ (= <a + >L?) , adv., prep., apres, 
derriere, after, behind, » 1 j j <. -i*j • 
contre, against,^. . —Aff. t*}&o f y $Co ? 
01 9 Co , rar. u 010960 , etc. 960 ^a 
apres, a/ter, -^ |j j jfco apres que, 
after, ul Ajo I! fDo jto 9a et la, Aere 
onrf /Aere, iJbbj L» j peu a peu, /ttffc 
Ay ftiffc, lijuli bj-i j point par point, 
in order, SSLJI J* j| jfio jqo succeder, 
to succeed, i_il>- |[ jfco l.0**/ accuser, 



fo accuse, l£i || jto uik( trouver 
occasion d'accuser, to ^nrf occasion to 
accuse, ^^SwJI <U a»-j II 01*9 jto 
tete renversee, A«w/ downwards, L-lj 
t r ip J* • 
■ IjtoJv vers l'arriere, backwards, Ji 

*L) j>Jl || |mo*9 oijColS. le lendemain, 

the next day, l-ic . 

^jOo apres, ensuite, after, afterwards, 




^ 3> 3, r ; <^ etc., v. I . 

(11^) • J-'A^ , 114 , rar. ^ , pi. 

£l^ ,/ 1^14 > P L 1*^ , ****> 
glorieux, lofty, glorious, xg- t Jit ; 
orgueilleux, proud, j&s* . 
- k*l*l^ magnifiquement, magnificently, 



- |La*^ magnificence, splendeur, state- 

liness, splendour, r\^- i SJit ; orgueil, 
pride, jU^il ; j&5 . 

- |Lo|s^ , pi. |L5|^ , orgueil, pride, 

jLi^al 4 ^r^J • luxure, lewdness, J~i ; 
devices, delights, j^. . 

- PLoJ^ orgueilleux, proud, jSj^. c^li. . 

- i«o}^ ; - wo|^ luxurieux, lewd, J»i. 

- 2 lU-4 h . o" 2 &L j 1^-^ °" ^ > en " 
orgueillir, to elate, L*J j embellir, 
/o embellish, (■**•) J*- . - 2 c(— ,^L/ , 
fcj-l ou |^L/ r. ; etre glorieux, 
grand, to be glorious, great, b*Z i -W ; 
bouillonner, to bubble, jli . 



- (*|>^» etc., orgueilleux, proud, j&s* 

his^o)^, , Y 3tS Y? a ? 0l > g^ographes, geo- 
graphers, bj^Jo;- . 

- £»^o^ , /., yswypa^ia, geogra- 

phic, geography, v!/*^ • 

lt&»ok^ > "**' ' > etc -> y S(,) s j ^ t p t is> g^o- 

metre, geometrician, ^x^ . 

-ii^ioi^ «c., /., Y sw t jLST P' a > ; 

- |Lo^»U^ gdom^trie, geometry, 

- u»aa*;£»tL^ , y sw F lst P ix °S ; 

- |.oi^yo|^ gdometrique, geome- 
trical, ^X* . 

- lL&a*»£»>oo|^ gdomdtrie, geometry, 

&4 , e • ^ , aile... 
»l^ assurement..., p. ;*^ . 

I>(^ o« li^ fleche, arrow, ^ || |>^ fc-i 
carquois, quiver, iiUT . 



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^ — -K 



«H**k4, , or. S-iU , housse de cheval, 

housing, J>- . 
(ta^) . L a - « >^ bossu, hunch-back, <_j-1»-1 . 
(i^ cote\.., v. *ai^ . 
|£*a^ fromage..., v. ^^ . 

M ' 
A^^^, percevoir (un impot), to exact 

(tribute), (S^^^iJI) L»- ; choisir, to 

choose, jU»-l j ^m } preTerer a, to prefer 

to, (*i.) J-ii ; juger, to judge, > f*- . 

- U^4, P- P- 5 le meilleur, ffc Am/, 

J-—VI ; • excellent, excellent, J-ili 
£jl ; elu, elect, jbk ; \Lk^ f. ; 
impot, tax, <~tj** j bienfait, benefit, 
jl— »-l ; choix, Election, choice, election, 
■_jUoI c >lijl • les filus, /A« 2s7ecf, 
jjjl^il J )tv '"^^ offrandes, col- 
lectes, offerings, collections, **■ c >oUu 
£j\*X*<> J] yL u>oi >^k^ il te plait, it 
pleases you, ciJL>— j . 

- fc-L*a^ par choix, electively, jL^-VIj . 

- |La*a^ election, election, <-jU«ii . 

•• 2 i*a^recueillir, to collect, «*- • choisir, 
to choose, jli>-l j trier, to sort, L? Jbjl . 

- 1*^4^ appariteur, usher, Jbji. • per- 
cepteur, tax-collector, (^l^i-l) jU- . 

- (lao^ election, choix, election, choice, 

■ 3 i*ak^/ faire choisir, to make choose, 
j±- \ donner, to give, l J&\ j nom- 
mer percepteur, to appoint tax-collec- 
tor, LjU- ^f- 1 choisir, to choose, jb^l . 

I^oa^ vase, vessel, »UI . 

L**a^ au front chauve, bald in front, 



-IL 



ness, 



calvitie frontale, front bald- 



^«^^w , , epaissir, to thicken,(J^)i*- ; 
pelrir, to knead, j^t j former, to form, 
£L» ; creer, to create, jJU- ; inventer, 
to invent, J^^l . - 1 Va s ^Lf p. 

- Uaa^ modeleur, modeller, JjU- j cre- 

ateur, creator, jJU- . 

- )fi\i~>^ masse, pate, mass, dough, 

lr**c- <• (j>- ; moulage, creation, 
cast, creation, jl»- c dj^~ *^ ', ceuvre, 
etre, creature, corps, work, being, 
creature, body, <->- c «_U- t ^lf i J^ j 
nature, nature, **?b . 

- ILJ^a^ creation, creation, jl>- ; for- 

mation, framing, r^> . 

- Li^aa^ invention, fiction, invention, 

fiction, ^j fUl t fl^-l . 
- 2, %A^ epaissir, to thicken, (^.) Ai- j 
former, to form, J->- . 

( A^) . |i '^«^ sourcils, eyebrows, <~ r ^-]y ', 
Lua,^ sommet (de montagne), summit 
{of mountain), (Jrr) *» || LiLa^ &*a 
front, forehead, l^>- j| |i .7^ )*$ 
hautain, haughty, OvH JU . 

- I^a^, />/• LiSo^ , fromage, cheese, jv- . 
- 1 *=^L/ se figer, to curdle (intr.), -Uj£ . 

\? y 

'♦"^^ j «^ss, } homme, man, J^j ; 

mari, husband, zjJ, — pron. indef, 
quelqu'un, chacun, l'un... (l'autre), 
some one, each one, one... (the other), 
(j&\) ...^\J\ <. jUj JT t Jb.1 ; 



ex. 



= arf., un, a, an, ~."i\ ££ — ( 
>m*^ l»a^ un brigand, a brigand, 
o^) i - /■ IL^s^ , = adj., virile, 
virile (f), U^-j j| ^a^ ^<^ un a 
un, one by one, \x>-\j la»-lj . 

- Lt^v^ viril, manly, J_^>-j ; heroique, 

heroic, J^L". . 

- Ui^4k v ' r *'> manly, dj*-j . 



V* — ^ 



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- (Lo^k^ virility, manhood, 5J«-j J 

puissance, power, »j -is J membre viril, 
virile member, <~ rr J>» \ les homines, the 
men, JU-JI ; iLo^a^ belles actions, 
fine actions, lj>a±- JL^I ; miracles, 
miracles, v--jL>^ . 

- (io*a^ homme de rien, insignificant 

fellow, <*;iJI J^ii J?-j . 

- (U.)^^ hermaphrodite, hermaphro- 

dite, ^>- ; effiemin^, effeminate, <L^J£ , 
- 1 ^a^ agir vaillamment, to act va- 
liantly, aILai ijy-aJ . 
• 2 ja,r animer, donner cceur, to enliven, 
give heart, «£ <. J^>\ . - 2 ^a^L/ 
1° devenir homme, to become a man, 
"SU-j *~*\ ', 2° etre ou devenir puis- 
sant, vaillant, to be or become mighty, 



valiant, 5t»lj (. Ipli 



CT* 



J-i 



j* 



^ , l'emporter sur, to get the better 

l£=^ , /• 1^=4^ 3 heros, hero, JLj ; 
adj., vaillant, valiant, J-L ; fortifie, 
strengthened, ^~ai- j j Ik- ^i^hoinme 
fort, vaillant, mighty, valiant man, 
-LU^. <. ^ji J^-j || >4^> ^u^ le 
Puissant des siecles (Dieu), the 
Mighty one of the ages (God), ^Ji 

fi^|;ai^ vaillamment, valiantly, aJ L-aj . 
|Lo»ax^ vaillance, valour, aJLj . 



_4 



*^ 



rendre homme, to make a 



man, S^-j "*1*>- ; afFermir, to confirm, 
(^)^\- 4 ^Lf,<. a J^L?2°; 
s'enorgueillir, to />rjrfe oneself, jSJ . 

•U^4 , ^4?4 . /•> roue ' 



wheel, ■-j'^ji J cercle, circle, J/la ; 
sphere, sphere, "&_£ \ cycle, cycle, b\jj* . 

•k^. , Pi- ILis^, gor S e ' ' Aroa '> ^ • 
- ILa'C^^ gloutonnerie, gluttony, ^ . 



1 y 

♦^ , *^ et >a^ , couper, to ra/, ^ ; 

retrancher, to cwf o$ ,J»-i»- . - 1 jt^L//>. 
- IjJ^ coupure, cutting, «U • fil, thread, 



|»o*L jeune homme non marie, un- 
married youth, <^>jz-\ i^Li . 
|Lojo»«L jeunesse, youth, v^r* • 



et 



wood, 



■r^ > 



hot., absinthe, worm- 



■r*!^ 



amer, bitter, 



j* 



1 lv^ bruler (intr.), to burn (intr.), J«iil ; 
s'elever, to rise up, »jiJ>l . 

- U»^ tremblement de terre, earth- 

quake, <L-»jl »_}* . 

li^ sort, fate, jJJ ; li^ dieux de la 

fortune, gods of fortune, j4JLII *A1 

|| |^ &*a temple de la Fortune, 

temple of Fortune, jXai\ J£L* j| oi*^ 

en son pouvoir, in his power, <cclLi-lj . 

- Ji*^ heureux, happy, S-**- . 

- ILoj^ bonheur, luck, Z}\*** . 
\L^ , pi. P^ , ^>l^ , chevreau, 

kid, iS^ • 

^«» *"^v j 3 tresser, tisser, to plait 
weave, i»~j <. Ja»- ' former, composer 
to form, compose, c-i'j i j-L* ; s'elever 
voler, to rise up, fly, jU» 4 *iJj1 
faire monter, to make ascend, Jj>— »l 
-i^^L/ 1° p. ; 2° tresser sa che 
velure, to plait one's hair, *j»£ t. j— 

- ^-jss^ p- P- J eleve, high, ^j* 



}is\, f „^ 5 j«6j/., natte, ma*, 
tresse, boucle, plait of hair, curl, 
iLa^ ( ojJlJ> ; cordon, string, < j 

- Oi^ tressage, plaiting, l1a»- ; cou 

ronne, crown, JjiTl . 

- JJot^ tresse, boucle, /»/a?7, curl, ZjJlJ 

*L**- ; couronne, crown, J-JLS I . 



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'!■**. 



- y^» , ^*^» tour, tower, ^j . 
-^♦s^, tresser, to twist, Jju- . 

-*<4L/\ c. l^L/ 2o. 

- 3> ^»>^/ couronner, to crown, JIT . 

■ r, *>t*^L/ , etpaw'al, etre comble, to 

be full, *>U . 

1 y 
J®*^^ , , couper, abattre en tran- 

chant, to cut, hew down, fj^ i A* • 

- 1 »'^i p. 

- |»*^ disjonction, disjunction, J^ai J 

apocope, apocope, rj^- , 

9 * r 1 r 

- 2 »>^ } c. i»^. 

t&j»s^ vallee encaiss^e, enclosed valley, 
ii.U ±\j j rebord, ledge, SiU- ; arcA., 
contracture, diminution, ^Liul , 
**^ , , amputer, to cut off, rjr • 

X^y^^J • P *4. rame, oar, J>!il. . 

- 2l3 j«^, , d. , ^ , , ^ t injurier, 

blasphemer, to revile, blaspheme, 

(vi.) «j.w t ^ . - 2 &Uj.ip. 

* 4.* r 

- |Lai3^o blaspheme, blasphemy ^Ja^. 

- P**-^, insulte, malediction, insult, 

curse, iJ ; i^ii . 

I»*>^ citerne, cistern, (jl*ll »U ) Ju . 
l v 
**"*^^j , arriver, to happen, d>-L»- • 
</., survenir a (quelqu'un), to occur to, 

i !> il -k M , -k£ j , u* , 

peut-etre, perhaps, Lc j ; par hasard, 

by chance, iix** . 

- 1* »^ hasard, chance, ii-u» j accident, 

malheur, accident, woe, '^a* <. ioU- ; 

symptome, symptom, ( ^^ ) J-b 

II J**^ 7*/ par hasard, by chance, 

- (Ha ^ accidentel, accidental, ^jt . 
-fc^Ji*^ accidentellement, acciden- 
tally, \~J>jC- . 



(>*k^) . k**s^ tas de gerbes, jAocA:, 
f Jj *+j> . 

I ©*"^^ s'echapper, to get loose, cJil j 
disparaitre, to disappear, ^J^ . 

- l^-ws^ deiivrance, delivery, ^^U- . 

- 3 "o*^/ , d., y» , s'echapper de, to 
escape from, ,y cJi\ • delivrer, sau- 
ver, to deliver, save, ^A^- <. { ji, . 

\Ot-^^, ; ■ 1 v.°v^ L / s'incliner, se 
prosterner, to bow, fall prostrate, 

- ^*ov^ incline, prosterne, bent, pros- 

trate, jl»- c ij 5 ^--* • 

- ILouos^ ; - |ftj«n^ inclination, incli- 

nation, »lx*=1 . 

» 2 v os^ j c. \o».^ ', faire se pros- 
terner, to make prostrate oneself, 

$0*^^ , , etre obscurcie (vue, etc.), 
to be dimmed (sight, etc.), (jJI ^ju) JS"; 
etre aveugie, to be blinded, > ; 
aveugler, to blind, J-\ . 

- |Lo**ov^£tat emousse, bluntness,«)~JS . 

- Ijov^ aux yeux obscurcis. of dim eyes, 

- ILoJos^ obscurcissement de la vue, 

weakening of the sight, ^^aJI i]^. 
- 3 j*s^} aveugler, to i/iW, ^1 ; obs- 
curcir, to dim, it I ; etre aveugle (es- 
prit), to i^ blinded (mind), (j*i) ^ . 
1 ? y 

/Q^^ , a^ , int^rieur (du corps), inside 
(of the body), (^1) Jrf-U ; ventre, 
6e//)>, jLo ; totalite, totality, 5JT ; 
communaute, couvent, community, 
convent, jj> t y: J»l . _ Aff. ue 



ya>^» , v *^j» j etc. \\ |o^j commiin, 
general, common, general, J-Ll c »l* j 



I— O,^ ' 



44 



adv. ensemble, together, U. || o,^ 
a^ ^o , a^a , dans, dedans, en deca, 
in, within, in this side, ,y> t "lU-b 4 j 
4_»-UI »-l* II |a^ o^La tout le corps, 
tout, the whole body, all, ~J r \ JT 
.^1 JT || |_£$f a^ , les mineraux, 
the minerals, oLi-uil [| t«4^ £+*b* 
intestins, intestines, »IjuI . 

- (Ia^ int^rieur, eloign^, interior, far, 

.Uu 4 J»-l-> ', habitant, inhabitant, 
£\** ; eunuque, eunuch, lS ^>- . 

- |La>a^ intdrieur, inside, J=^Ij . 

- 2 ua4^ introduire, to introduce, J=Jol . 

- 2 t.o,LL/ r. ; se chatrer, to castrate 
oneself, <oli iS e±- . 

- utLo p. p. ; int£rieur, secret, inner, 

secret, ^^ ijrf-ta J initio, initiated, 

- |La*a^M savoir, learning, ii^. . 

- |^i a^ general, commun, general, com- 

mon, fU 1 J*U . 

- c^|ja^ communement, commonly, 

\*jf ; ensemble, together, U* . 

- |Ia^ , etf. |k*a^ , visceres, viscera, 

•Li— 1 . 

(a^) . 3 ia*^J repondre, to answer, 
i_>U-l . - 3 u**^LL/ />. impers. 

I. |aa^ chevron, ra/ter, S-iilj . 

II. £a^,*//. |k»a^,/>/. £a^, l^a^, 
puits, citerne, well, cistern, j* t £dv+-" '■> 
fosse, pit, i_*>- . 

l£*j;aa^ , c. \§,\*AB , capitaine de na- 

vire... 
(i^^) . 2 «^^ ramper, to crawl, Ju~j . 
u^a^ pepiement, chirping, «& • 

u^a^ , /., pi. «14.**V > araignee, 
spider, dyfcs- ; toile d'araignee, 
cobweb, CjjScs- Jjp . 



1 »^ etre en effervescence, to boil over, J* . 

- |)a^ , f, outre, leathern bottle, 41 £ . 

ja^ , ar. .>]>»- , cheval de race, thorough 

bred, l \-*\ oLar- . 
1. |Ja^ , ord. f, troupe, troop, ~*ij ; 

chceur, choir, '4^ . 

n. | Ja^ , pi. U\ «^ , rempart, rampart, jj*. 

l 9 

J^^ , »o^j , faire deTaut, cesser, to be 

lacking, cease, /J*Jul l Jij j decroitre 
(lune), to decrease (moon), (^) <_y»ij . 
- 2 k^ faire disparaitre, to make disap- 
pear, ^JV ; ddtruire, to destroy, f-i* ; 
priver d'enfants, to deprive of chil- 
dren, J&l J ^0 , priver de, to deprive 
of, j* p j- ', avorter, to miscarry, r)» . 

- 3 K^( faire disparaitre, to make disap- 

pear, ^V ; dess^cher, to dry, Jul*- . 

Ifa^, , etf- tL|«^ , pi. hX^ , noix, nut, 
j_yr I noyer, nut-tree, _>>[-' "*Jr • 

^la^ , paw'el, enflammer, to set 
fire to, J*ii J courroucer, to incense, 

jl±\ . - r ^r*^Lf p. 

-|k?«^, pi. |&1|S^ ; -jjfa.^ 
flamme, flame, ._~A . 

- |ie&(a^ I " ita^-i, embrasement, 

burning, rjb~*\ . 
|J.|a^ , /., rar. m., baton, stick, Lac ; 
tronc, trunk, J- J>- . 

1 9 
t**^^ , u.a^j , bouillonner, to bubble, 

jU t Ji ; jaillir, to' gush out, j3*£ ', 

germer, to shoot, C— j . 

- (la^ bouillonnement, flot, bubbling, 



surge, £>• ' 



jLU 



~ 3- " -Cfc? faire bouillonner, to make 
bubble, (-*•) J* J faire jaillir, to make 
gush, «Jl ; procreer, to beget, -iij ', 
ouvrir, to open, -a . - 3 lm^LL{ p. 



45 



^o^ 



^^^^ , ^a^" , bouillonner, to 
bubble, jli || 'Vl uo»a2A^f t^*^ sa 
piti^ s'£meut sur, Air pity is moved by, 

- 3, %-s4j rejeter, to drive back, *J* ; 
rendre misericordieux, to render 
merciful, Ujj- 4i*»- . - 3, %.«^LLJ p. 

|Mt^ , feve, bean, J^i . 

yft^ , yoOv j| yft^ja c'est pourquoi, 

that's why, *J&j . 
^*^ coupe, cup, (_f.lT . 

e/ ILojo^ , couleur, colour, j_>J ; 
genre, espece, kind, species, * y i .^-i*- j 
remede, remedy, Aj* || ^»a«^ Xr*' "^ 
en couleurs varices, in various colours, 

- Ij&^o colore, coloured, OjL . 

- r *'*^ , pa 1 lei, teindre, to tinge, «-<* . 

-r^o^L; p. 

v*'*^ , XUaveov, sombre, gloomy, f l» . 

£a^ , /., ya>Via, />/. ILala^ e* l&lUo^, 

_ et |6-ja^ _ angle, ang/e, Jj jlj . 

p»a^ refuge, refuge, UJL || p»a^ G^a id. 

- l'i**^ fugitif, fugitive, ^>jW . 

- 2 i«a^L/se r^fugier, to take refuge ,l*d! . 

*o^ pouah ! faugh ! ! <J»I , 

1 9 

*^^ , *S*4i > l0 prendre (filet), to 
take (net), (S5wi) C>JbU J prendre au 
filet, to ta£e in nef, SSvJSj jlL^i 5 
2° attirer, to attract, «_j.i»- ; aspirer, 
to jucA; «/i, J.V.'J J extraire, puiser, 
to extract, draw up, <J»je- i -rj*z*»\ . 

- |do^ filet, n**, iSLl . 

■ 2 va*^ joindre, to 70m, J-*** - a ^l^L/ 

fitre ferm£, to ie shut, jLiil . 
- a tsi^ , c. iift^ I". 



♦"^^ , »»^ j ^-> ** , commettre l'adul- 
tere avec, to commit adultery with, «*J j . 

- IJa^ adultere (acte), adulteiy, Jj . 



<^ 



- |j*^adultere (personne),<&/a/<erer, ojj . 

- |Lo£^ , e. |j«4 . 

■ 3 »*^{ induire en adultere, to fau/ into 
adultery, UjJl «j £jl J e. x ^ • 

- 1>**^ Stranger, foreigner, ^.J- \ 
proselyte, proselyte, xjl— . 

- 2 ^Lf ; -rjL^L/, etpai'al, se faire 
proselyte, to become a proselyte, ^■^1 . 

1)*^ , /., mr. m., colonne (de livre'), 

column (of book), (v^ j) *j^ • 
|a«a^ socque de laine, woolen stocking, 

Itaya^ trompeur, cheat, ^lli . 

Ifis^t*^, YUpYa06?,nasse,t«ej>,(j_JI)iL. 

|f«a^ ,/., faisceau, fagot, charge, bundle, 
fagot, load, J*- 4 **>- t l}^ , 

(lya^ , c. 1~9&3 , cellule... 
^j«a^ , m. et f, bassin, basin, Oj*- ; 
vase, vessel, »UI ; urne, urn, <5U-I . 

1 i*^ , u>&^ , explorer, to explore, j!j . 

(iaa^ , c. li*o/ , ^ talon... 

IL»^ , /-, Pi- P*L<, , pulpe, pulp, J . 

1 r 
i^w , l»^, tondre, to jAear, J»- . 

- Il'ol^ tondeur, shearer, j1j>- . 

- IJ!^ tonte, shearing, j* ; |L»^ j 

^/. 11—4, j toison, yfeece, ! J>- . 

- (jov^m faux, scythe, J»« . 

- 3 i^/ faire tondre, to make shear, 



|(^ ou \\\^ tresor, treasure, JU X>\y>- t Jj%>o 

|| 1'^ ^ a. 

\\=>\^ et '+^ tresorier, treasurer, Jill J-Tj . 

(Ji^J • »*J^^ 1° etre priv£ d'en- 
fants, to ie bereaved of children, j£J j 
2° manquer, to /acA, j^di . 
- 2 **kL priver d'enfants, to bereave of 
children, JS^f J priver, to deprive, 
fj*~ j avorter, to miscarry, -r-Je ; 
rendre sterile, to mate barren, Jkt\ ; 
rejeter, to throw out, }J* ', c. 1 *-«>^ 
1°. - 2 L»t^L/ p. ; se retirer, to 
retire, ij^ail . 

- |L&*t^o privation d'enfants, bereave- 

ment of children, j£l " st6rilit6, 
barrenness, Jot. . 

- l*f*^ id I misere, misery, 4-l»J J 

solitude, solitude, .st^ii! . 

|bu|^ , ar. *ijr , tribut, tribute ; salaire, 

salary, lj> r \ . 
Ii-»s^ J - &*U± licteur, lictor, J>J. . 

l y 
^oJL^. , * , 1° rf., V , menacer, to 

threaten, jJl* J 2° etre imminent, to if 

imminent, jJUyl ; 3° ^1 , se pr^cipiter 

sur, to rajA <rf, Jci*** ; 4° s'appliquer, 

to a/^/ji oneself, x^>-\ . - 1 joi^Lf >. ; 

p. impers. ; c. 1 xl^ > 1° et 2° . 

- jLuoot^ audace, audacity, '^j* . 

- **t^ menacant, threatening, 1X4* . 

- J* 9 ^ menaces, threats, oljjAf . 
- 2 *i^ j c - 1 ^ ^ • 

9*^ , , couper, tailler, to cut, hew, 
£*£■ i «L» J circoncire, to circumcise, 
j^ J decreter, to decree, j^J ; etre 
circoncis, to A« circumcised, (jc^l . 



46 

ILi'^ , pi |L5t^ , He, island, v>. 
Ijok^ boucher, butcher, Jj^ J circon- 
ciseur, circumciser, ^U- . 

IL*-.^ d^cret, decree, rj^j* ', destin, 
fate, »Ui» ; tas de bois, heap of 

Wood, i_Jas- <*£ If I_*.«b39 iL^t^ 
marteau de porte, door-knocker ~*cja* . 

■ fi^li^i^ durement, severely, «jl— i . 
• |Lot*ts^ decision, decision, j Jsu . 
IJv^ incision, incision, ±>j5 ' abla- 
tion, abiition, «Li J proie, />re>>, ljj» j 
petite piece de monnaie, small piece 
of money, ~*jm ^H 4*L» . 
I jk^ incision, incision, J^ J taille, 



circoncision, 



cutting, <iS- i «Li 
circumcision, ul^- ; partie, />ari, ~J ; 
troupeau, flock, ;«JJ ; couvent, 
convent, j* J d^cret, decree, *_y*j» 
|| tf-ttts^ , pl- >**»?^ » sentence, 
sentence, £>- . 

- |LyoC^ coupement, cutting, «L» ; cir- 

concision, circumcision, uU>- ; co//. 
les circoncis, the circumcised, o^jil ; 
prepuce, prepuce, ~<&jt . 

- I>*n^* couteau, knife, ,>SC*. J ciseau, 

chisel, Jjti* ; hache, axe, ^U j 
scalpel, scalpel, ***** . 
•t 3 ji^f couper, to cut, JJ ; decreter, 
to decree, jj \ dormer, to give, Jac\ \ 
faire remise, to r«n#, (jc) JjLj . 

(>t^ , bot., carotte, carrot, jj^ . 

l n\ 
vm*^^ , } rire, to laugh, jJ&mJ . 

- 1 .,*. . I / etre moque, to ie laughed 
at, <c (^) iUwJ . 

- iLoiaul^ aptitude au rire, faculty of 

laughter, dl»»-ill SJblS , 

- )^...^ risible, laughable, <ll 

- \k~a^ rire, laughter, i\*J> 



47 



K- 



7-^ 



- 2 't*S5^ , ^ , ^* , se moquer de, to 

mack, ,y> j\ j jH ; jq^. , jouer avec, 
to play with, «* i_-*l . 

1 »— ^ , , racier, to scrape, db— . 

- r t-^k*/ , estaf'al, etre paresseux, 
to be lazy, J—I5i . 
1^*4^, temple, temple, J£j» . 
Ijoi^u^ scones, scoria, d~>- . 
li*^ nerf, sinew, <_~«ac ; fibre, fibre, J^c . 
- 2 h^ couper les tendons, to cut the 
tendons, ^.iUH *ks j egorger, to cut 
the throat of^. - 2 »Z^L/ />. 
IJa*.^ , ornith., (?) choucas, jack-daw, 

Ja^-4^ , or. jJLt } tortue male, male 

tortoise. 
W^ , ( ? ) urne, urn, 5iU-l . 

^ f*t *^^ armee, army, ,J^- ', bande de 
brigands, band of brigands, <j*yd *~*a£ ; 
incursion, brigandage, inroad, plun- 
dering, ^.(^..rtl ; jje . 

- ).m.^ pillard, plunderer, <~>\^- . 
- 2 k«a*^ piller, to plunder, «_-+- . 

- ).oq*^ brigand, brigand, ^ . 

- (joco-k^ rapace, rapacious, <J&>\>- , 

- )Laaa*^brigandage,4n^an^a^,4_w»j^»J , 

♦*>^,j »)^, encl., assurement, indeed, li>- ; 
Y»p, car, en effet, for, indeed, oV 
iJLJU- l [ apres imper., after imper., 
j*\ Aaj ] allons ! come ! \ L* . 

r ^Af 3 palpel, enlever, to 



remove, 



m I 



^s^L//.. 



I. U^ , pi. (U^ , flot, wave, ^j. . 
ii. U^ m V]^ , et |&^ , vetement, coat, 

(^ J manteau, cloak, i_il*" ; cou- 

verture, covering, »Uip . 



- Jiefc^ morceau d'etoffe, patch of stuff, 

- fi^ «* UI4 Paille, <;Ai>, iii ;. fetu, 

jfraiu, ^JLS ; herbe seche, dry herb, 

- |k.a^ , pi. jjs,^ , cape, cape, »1i> ; 

jj^.i^ franges, fringes, «_jld*l . 

in. li^o«i)l4^j 1° remblai, embankment, 
• Jtyf j ; 2 Q _ pi. iwfv 4^ o« *«^a^ _ 
tortue, tortoise, 3U»«L« . 

- U<X^ rond (adj.), row/zc/ {<«(/■) , ./-£— ; 

cercle de pierres, circle of stones, 
j*p- ,y> lj\i j region, region, 2uk- , 

- fc^UA^en rond, in a ring, S_/ij JSCij . 

- IL nN . S ^ rondeur, roundness, ajl-tJ . 

- li^s^ , /-, vallee, valley, :>!_, . 

- Ift^ais^ , pi. jjoil!.^ , compas, com- 

passes, jlSLt j boule, bowl, '*£ . 

- I&^m rouleau, volume, roll, volume, 

•^ i £jA. ; ji^» «< l&i^» pi- ; 
billets, notes, iL-l t v; . 

- m&s^m petit volume, little volume, 

- bo^w boule d'argile, bowl of clay, 

o^ Cr *£ • 

- 2 ^^ etre agite, to be agitated, -rjs . 

- 2 \^L/ id. ; bouillonner, to 
bubble, j\i . 

I*i^^l , d., ^^ , decouvrir, manifester, 
to uncover, show, j^>\ t.^AilS'i ; pu- 
blier, to publish, ^il ; declarer, to de~ 
dare, J*! ; 2° ouvrir (l'oeil, l'oreille), 
to open [the eye, the ear), (o iVi 4 ,>»") ^i ; 
3° partir pour l'exil, fuir, to go into 
exile, flee, vy> 't/^' J' ^i J — 1l *^<^ 
id. 3°. - 1 iX^L/ /». i° ; r. 7°. 

- |Lc£^ exil, exile, ,^1-. ; captivity, cap- 

tivity, jJ\ j co//., les exiles, *A< «:&j 



^ — K 



48 



- l*£s^ exile, exile (pers.), ^ . 
-*w»A^exiler, to exile, ^i, - 4 i*£k^L{ 

emigrer, to emigrate, ^»-U . 

- K P- P-, m. || p>1 U^p , ^ fi^ , 

H^> , a visage decouvert, avec 
assurance, with open face, jjL-» 4>-ji 
Uij || joj (L^ , |»o^ fi^ , publi- 
quement, ouvertement, publicly, 
openly, Ty»lfc <. Ijl^ [joylaiii jj^ 
n'ayant que son vetement, having 
but his clothes, Jaii *j^' <l . 

- \±^p.p.,f ; manifeste, manifest, ^U- ; 

le^X^ , /. ; subst., revelation, reve- 
lation, jl^i\ j vallee, valley, jlj 
|| uoi l<^^ il est evident, if u 



evident, 



■?w>!_J <Ul 



- bljlX^ ouvertement, openly, T^Ui j 

avec assurance, boldly, iii . 

- |La*^4L manifestation, manifestation, 

jlyl || (la; La^X^ assurance, 60 W- 
ness, ^iU-' ilij 4 «j , 

- l^s^ ouvertement, openly, TyblU j | |L/ 

t«\^ venir au grand jour, to come 
in broad daylight, «j il . 

- |iX^ et ^a-JV^, revelation, mani- 

festation, revelation, manifestation, 

- 6^|oA^. par revelation, by revelation, 

- J)«u^^rouleau (volume) , roll {volume), 

(JJ>) ^ . 

- ji^i I [ (Zsf jj^» confiance, trust, Hi . 

- 2 iA^decouvrir, mettre a nu, to unco- 
ver, lay bare, j^»- J detruire, to destroy, 
^jj>- 1 exiler, to banish, Ju 5 emigrer, 
to emigrate, _^-L* . - 2 tA^LJ p. 

- iXa^ ; - |LajuX^^»« exil, exile, j£j> . 
(o^) . £v^i , [taYY>.aj3lOV, etri- 

vieres, stirrup-leather, ^\S~J\ 
pii^ poignard, dagger, j^i- . 



^^^, , *, rouler (tr.), to roll, J*i ; 
oter, to take away, *ij ; devoiler, to 
unveil, JitS" . - 1 s^Js^l.f/>. 

- C^-4. cordages, ropes, JL>- . 

- s^-^ manifeste, manifest, J*- . 

I »-^^^ peau, cuir, skin, leather, «u»- . 

-iC^s^ et \&)J froid, cold, jj- ; 
glace, w, 4-U- . 

- 2 &4j» gele, frozen, -lisf . 

" 3 t^' 8 eler (intr.), to freeze, ol*: . 
4 ~&4 exiler..., 0. 1 & > ^ . 
^vdbV^ chataigne, chestnut, ►hi-T . 
l)u«al^ } YXw<X<;6xjxov j cassette, coffre, 

casket, chest, 3jX~? j reliquaire, re/t- 

g«ary, y l*-i CU; . 

1 *■ 
A » ^^ , , .» , priver de, depouiller 

de, to deprive of, spoil of, ,y ijje- 
j. (• j»- ; ^» , oter a, to take away from, 
j- «i; • rejeter, to drive back, jj . 
refuser a, to refuse to, J ^Hj \ sup- 
primer, to abolish, Jljl . - 1 {J^L/^. ; 
etre 6t6, to be taken away, «iJ|l j 
s'echapper, to escape, cJi\ j etre traite 
avec mepris, to i« treated contemp- 
tuously, jli>-lj j^p || » (ila^ ^i^ 
contraindre a, to constrain to, ul ^\»-l 
|| Uy t^.^. empecher de, to hinder 
/ r <""j u* ^* • 

- I{^^ brigand, brigand, ^ . 

- Ilo)oi^ privation, deprivation, uL,»- . 

- kX^ , ^« , priv6 de, depourvu de, 

deprived of, unprovided with, j- rjj^- 

- JLouX^ manque, absence, privation, 

rwmf, absence, deprivation, j»Ap t ^-aij 
uL. j- - 



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- p^o^ id.; indigence, indigence, jy-. 

- ^.|«Ss^ spoliation, spoliation, <_JL- ; 

abstinence, abstinence, f-lkiil . 

- |LaJtX^&M , c. |Lot£^ ; abstinence, 

abstinence, fUoiil . 

1 u^^ , , etendre, to spread out, .k-j ; 
exposer, to expose, r^ . 

- 3 u&^{ manifester, to manifest, _^UI . 
tg^vL faute, mistake, SLi* . 

|Ig^ » xdcXaOos, lambris, ceiling, 

1^X4, > lot- galearius, valet d'armee, 
soldier-servant, tJ J-i-l j joU- . 

1*^4^ , '^x ' ter r e pierreuse, stony 

earth, 4~*2>- ,_><;' . 
u&^ , u»aL^ etc., xaXXiag, singe, 

monkey, s_p . 

I. 1, l » ^w , ' , sculpter, to carve, c^- J 
graver, to engrave, ^iij ; polir (le 
langage), to polish {the language), 

- ILodc^^ sculpture, carving, c^- \ 

gravure, engraving, ^iii . 

- l&A^ p. p. ; statue, idole, statue, 

idole, *j> c Jlir . 

- |&^ ciseau, chisel, ^il- . 

- ^ , c. (Lol^ . 

n. 1 kSCSs^ , , ecorcer, to rind, _^ii • oter, 

to take away, «ij . - 1 ifl2»^L//>. 
li^S.,^ plume, feather, i£j j ; aile, wing, 

1 £^ , , grogner en montrant les dents 
(chien irrite), to growl in showing the 
teeth {angry dog), > r iS') 5^iSC «uLJlj »^>* 

**^ j >°*>4i ' cou P er > enlever, to cut off, 
teAre away, 9'j i «kj , - 1 ^aa ( ^L/ p. 



j**>— ^ 



2 >QS^ ' 1 «f 



C. 



- ^xt,^ , ( ?) troncs, trunks, f_j*>r ; 

Itaoo,^ , pi. IxLma^ , fosse, egout, 
pit, sewer, <tc>)l{ t S/to- . 

1 y 
♦^^^ , raccourcir, to shorten, j-o» . 

- |»*»^ hardi, bold, *^j>- ; impudent, 



shameless, 

- I^mo^ hardiesse, boldness, »»[>»- ; 

effronterie, effrontery, *r-\ij . 

- blp^ea^ impudemment, impudently, 

- ILupa*^ , c. lC*o«^ • 

- 2 *»^ etre impudique, to be lewd, ^ . 
- 3 *aa^l etre hardi, to rfare, \j»-\ ; 

etre effronte, to be shameless, pij ; 
tenir tete, to r«w/, -Cp . 

^aa,^ || '^ &*a , ( ?) sepulcre, se- 
pulchre, j*» . 
V»a^ , /., lettre gonial, letter gomal, 

Ibo^ , , fci aw -/ ik^oa |&ia^ _ cha- 
meau, camel, J> . 

- (ba^ chamelier, camel-driver, JU- . 

v aliIsB^ , pi. &* ' , yy^aTioVj gym- 
nase, gymnasium, i-iljj i*-^ . 



1 y 



>aab^ , ' ; -iMja^L? , etre plonge, 
to be plunged, ^j~jo\ . 

- |b>xM^ immersion, immersion, ^yi- . 

- |£*mo^ 1° fosse, pit,lj**-\ 2° tombe, 

grave, ?ij*° ', yv» «^ />/• 2°. 
- 3 mj« > ^3 ; plonger (tr.), to plunge {tr.), 

(j»^) . 1^*4 fosse ' P {t > V* - • 

- ! »i^ om 2 ^L Jeter dans une fosse, 

to throw into a pit, >_^ j Jll . 
- 1 >J si^Lf mi 2 4^4L? p. ; r. 



^ — pa^ 



50 



t- ^O ^^ 1 ° — fut. — achever, remplir, 
to perfect, fill, % c jTl ; abolir, to 
abolish, Jljl ; faire cesser, to put an 
end to, to cease, Jljl ; 2° _ fut. " _ 
p. 7° ; cesser, to cease, Jlj ; p£rir, 
to perish, iLU ; manquer, to lack, ^yOU . 
- 1 ;i< Sk Lf />. 7°; r. 7°. 

- | jaaa^qui acheve, who completes, J-5C , 

- lUsa^ acheve, perfect, J*lT . 

- 6^.|tJa^ absolument, absolutely, Xi~&\ . 

- (Loj-a^ perfection, perfection, JlT. 

- Itifc^v perfection, perfection, JlT . 

- k*l*so^ en resume, on the whole, 

- ILiasia^ 1° — pi. I$»a^ — charbon 

ardent, charbon, live coal, coal, 
i*j>J <. «y- ; path., charbon, anthrax, 

• 3 4, 

tjf- ; 2° _/>/. iLJaaa^— parcelle 
de pain consacre^ particle of conse- 
crated bread, i-JJL. y^- lA* . 

- J*»«*«x P^fection, perfection, JlT ; 

consommation, fin, consummation, 
end, >lfol t pLilil . 

- 2 jaa^achever, to perfect, lS ^\ \ epuiser, 

to use up, (jil ; d&ruire, eteindre, 
to destroy, extinguish, ULI t ^a* . 

- |^ea^ extinction, extinction, »lai»l . 

- ILjaso^L j| ^a*. ^L ruiner, to ruin, 



- 3 ^ft^/ detruire, to destroy, '-jjS- . 

- ;*a^» />.a. ; p.p. ; de braise, ardent, 

of life coals, burning, * _^Ju i jf J* • 

- Ii»*»»»^ > belette, weasel, ^jt ^1 . 

("■*sj • U<"i^ , U*»4k 3 etc -> bume > 
buffalo, ^ r U . 

iKl^ , est. ^ , pi. P^ , C< ; 
l *"- 1 ^ s jardin, garden, oL^-j || ^a 
|Go^ s^neve, mustard, J^- . 



- |6w»al^ jardinet, iitt/f garden, i-^ . 

- Jii^ jardinier, gardener, JU«j . 

- bal^lit nuptial, bridal bed, ^jj ^ji 

[| b*i^ b*a id. || b'oj^ £ mari, 
husband, ^jj \\ v oi^ t |Lo*L s *l^ 
blao^ le Paradis, Paradise, ^-j-ijill . 

- J'^» ou b^» , ^d , /., bouclier, 

shield, ^J . 

- 3 ^f faire descendre, faire reposer, 

faire habiter, to make descend, make 
rest, make inhabit, j£l-l t ^t c <J> 1 j 
^a. , <^» , couvrir, to cowr, t Jai- ■ 
^a. , proteger, to protect,^ ; reposer 
(Esprit), to rest (Spirit), (*■ jJV)jkJ\ ; 
habiter, to inhabit, JiL* j ^ } se porter 
vers, envahir, opprimer, to repair to, 
invade, oppress, Ik t Jt jUI cjl 4^1 j 
imposer (les mains), to /ay (hands), 

- ILnn^jo action de couvrir de son 

ombre, de reposer sur (Esprit), ins- 
piration, overshadowing, resting upon 
(Spirit), inspiration,^ j\yc^\ tJJJij 
*UI i (rjjty 5 protection, protec- 
tion, 4}\f- . 

1|J> 

i. ^^^ se coucher, to lie down, -i» j j 
^X , ls , s'etendre (a table), to rec/i'n^ 
(a/ table), l^vji ■ s'asseoir, i# j:7 dloiwi, 
^j-U- ; habiter, to /jyt in, ^L- . 
- 1 i*i > ^L/ se coucher, to /i> down,^ . 

- U^ lit, fo< ;r . 

- 3 «**-^ faire se mettre a table, to make 

lie down at table, (~>) l£ll . 

ii. 1 ji^etre cache, se cacher, to be hidden, 
to hide oneself, L^-l . -^^t-^i^LJ se 
cacher, to hide oneself, Lj^I j s'eloi- 
gner, to go away, a*z>) ; refuser, to 
refuse, ^j . 



51 



»-»^ — k^ 



- l»^ 1° cachette, hiding-place, Ui ; 

2° coucher du soleil, sun-set, ^jji- 
lj ^ti\ ; l&I^ pi. 1° ; idoles, 
idols, cLs<»l ; temples, temples, JTL* . 

- |-i^> || 'i &*» cachette, hiding-place, 

Ut ; domicile, habitation, l jSL_ . . 
- 3 w»i«^ cacher, to hide, L>- ; Eloigner, 
to remove, A<J ; protdger, to protect, 
j>~ i fermer (les yeux), to close (the 

in. (K^) • 2( -' 1 ^ reprimander, to repri- 
mand, £jj . - 2 i*i^J.J p. 
- 1'-'^ reprimande, reprimand, ^\Jj . 

- £a>^ id. ; injure, insult, ~t . 

side, «_^>- ; bord, edge, C>}> \ rive, 
bank, ~*Jul> ; bout, end, j>-^ \ parti, 
faction, i_>>- || oo^ ^i , c^ ^» , 
a. cot^ de, by the side of, j« >-J/aJIj 
|[ M*4, & partisan, partisan, i_>jL< ; 
compagnon, companion, J-jj |j ?a*a( 
Ja.^,' se revolter, register, to refo/, 
rmrt, pjlS t jjx" ; j Ja^, >«-*l 
prendre le parti de, lutter pour, to 
side with, wrestle to, I -uU- t J vj* • 

1 y 
» "* 1 ^^, j voler, to jteaZ, o^ ; sous- 

traire, to purloin, ,_j-JLz*-l ; cacher, to 

Ai<fe, l^- \ faire en cachette, to do by 

stealth, tJ^- \jf ; tromper, to deceive, 

9JS- ; s6duire, to delude, <£y\ ; gram., 

elider, to «/«/*, ( li^ ) JiJo- . 

- 1 ciI^L? />. || |i& 'al^ tromper 

l'attention, to scape one's attention, Jili. 

|j ^)|o vai^ s'en aller en cachette, 

to go away by stealth, \j* jllajl . 

- pai^ voleur, thief, jjU- . 

- ILoaoi^ vol, stealing, ~<&j* ' 

- pk>a^ et |kaoi^ ; - ^Aa^ id. ; 

chose volde, stolen thing, 3jj~>* *^ . 



- 2 ou^ voler, to steal, 3^ ; tromper, 
to deceive, ?4>- \ faire a la derobee, 
to do by stealth, ZJi*- J^ . 

- Cu^=ki^M furtivement, by stealth, IJl*- . 

- t»±4^ voleur, thief, <j jL- . 
-llal^ id. {adj.). 

- k»|ai^ , c. k*Jaj^o . 

- iL&aj^ vol, theft, a*^ . 
l£a±^ hdros..., v. \is^ . 

(ial^ , /., pi- vfiftial^ , yV(op.Y) 5 sen- 
tence, sentence, £»- . 

(^il^J . 1 1*1^ cach£, hidden, ^ (^ , 
a, from, I ) ; inconnu, unknown, tS^fi- ', 
invisible, invisible, jj^* ji- \ demon, 
demon, <jlli~i . 

- k*|U^ en secret, by stealth, \j* . 

- |Lom^ action de cacher, de se 

cacher, hiding, lying hidden, jJz t SiJtf ; 
nature myst&ieuse, mysterious nature, 

■ 1 ia^LJ se cacher, to hide oneself, Uc . 

- 3 M^( cacher, to hide, L>- . 

l r 
v**JL^w , * , etre stupeTait, to be stupefied, 

jjiaAJl . - 1 i*u^L? id. ; dtre touch6 

(en son cocur), to be touched (by one's 



heart), 



etre renverse, to be 



overthrown, (jf) J.C*- . 

■ uui^ stupeTait, stupefied, jt*x^ ; 
terrible, terrible, jJf- ; horrible, 
AornW, i}_^* ; subite (mort), sudden 
(death), (o>,) JUi ; |L« .u^ /. ; 
terreur, terror, J_j* . 

. ^1j*^ horreur, horror, 4cllii ; prodige, 
wonder, » >«* J terreur, terror, i-jj ' 
stupdfaction, stupefaction, J&z . 

. )-*'^ |j |a\ -"-^ saisissementy 
stupor, j\j ; componction, compunt 
tion, i__UJI ijU«— jl . 



la^ — ua^ 



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frapper, troubler, to strike, 

disturb, J^Z i j j\ \ terrifier, to 

terrify, «_-p;! . - 2 lmj^L/ p. ; souf- 

frir, to suffer, JU . 

- 3 i*»l^f stupeTaire, to stupefy, ^^ . 

jjL^j^, gentils (subst.), gentiles, o^rij . 

Wi^ , i«J^ , pi. LaJ^ et |Zimi^ , 
Y^VOJ, race, race, *jj3> • famille, 
family, aL'Ip • nation, nation, SJ ; 
parent, kinsman, i_-x-J j genre, gen- 
der, ^j-^r J sexe, sex, ^ || i**!,^ 
uul^ varies, varied, oy-j^j, II leu^ ^s 
parent, relation, *j\J ji . 

- [.inii^ general, general, A* . 

umi^ etc., yvfiidlS, releve" (subst.), sta- 
tement, if li . 

- u»ajL*£a»0JL^ , pL J* ' et 9 ', yVbiCS- 

TIX65, gnostique, gnostic, li/Alj JJl* . 

L^i^nerf sciatique, sciatic nerve, LjUI J^c . 

1 l*^ ? 1° proferer, to utter, j tli ; 
vomir, rejeter, to vomit, reject, ~ t Lj»j j 
2° jaillir, to gush out, j*Ju . 
-luJ^Lf p. 

- |&*m^ eructation, 4«/cA, »li>- . 
- 2 ^ , c. 1^ lo. 

la^ cotd, hanche, side, hip, »ju>\*- t lr ^ Jr j 

LolI<^ />/. j roues et axes, wheels and 

axles, jj\£-j i^-JljJ . 

■> 3 k«a^ faire se coucher, to make 

recline, ««l • deposer, to lay, *J>j j 

etre couch£, se coucher, to be lying 

down, lie down, **~i\ j m*o» p. p. ; 

couchi, lying, {*?-** . 

- Ln^s position couchee, lying position, 

f-j***! j roues et axes, wheels and 
axles, jj^-j >t-J'j j • 
, ' , ' , rugir, to roar, jlj ; mugir, 



to bellow, jU- . 

rugissement, roar, jij . 



_2 



li 

A«^^^crier, to cry out, j-^* j appeler, 

to call out,*J&* ; mugir, to bellow, jU- . 

- I&o^ , />/. |k-»^ , clameur, clamour, 

£,+ . 

- \L^id. ; mugissement, bellowing, j\yt-. 

- 2 *-»^ mugir, to bellow, jU- . 

1 <£*«^ , * , vomir, to vomit, »U . 

- l6'V< abominable, abominable, ,ji»-U . 

- 3 i^js^( vomir, to vomit, »li . 
(%s>^) . |&>«^ depot, deposit, Uoj . 

- 1, %*^Lf etre confix, to be confided, 

- 3, Vas^f confier, to confide, (:*) 9±j\ . 

- |Lai\v^v» recommandation, recom- 

mendation, «iJ!J . 

1 *»s^ t , vomir, to wmzf, »li . 
- 2 *i^ , o , faire vomir, to make 
vomit, L» . 

- |*>>a^ vomissement, vomiting, * j . 

1 jJ S4h , ' , * , ^i , ia , prendre en degout, 
mepriser, to loathe, despise, Jc*.\ 1 « J S'. 

- k*v^ />. a. ; degout6, disgusted, ^L- j 

repoussant, loathsome, *j^* . 

- 3 tis^i , ^» , remplir d'aversion pour, 

to _/?// with aversion for, j 4^ . 

1 Ja>^ , , o , gourmander, to rebuke, cSj . 

- Ux^ hideux, hideous, ^J ; odieux, 
hateful, CyLc . 

- |Lt>^ rugissement, roar, jSj . 

1 vA4 w prendre (filet)..., c. 1 i«^4 k • 

^4^ ou £|^ , ka^ , aile, wing, ^L- ; 
bras, arm, Hji ; nageoire, fin, ~*J££-j • 
sein, bosom, {jJ*>- \ brasse, fathom, f-L 
|| J&,^ Li— animaux ailds, winged 
animals, *»^f olij^-a- . 

- L^4 ; - ^i^. ail6 > winged, £* . 



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•^A^ former des ailes, etre jumele, 
to form wings, be doubled, Jt o\^~ 
(^) bji t O^^r J5Li • embrasser, 
to embrace, Jx* . 

^4^ cabane, hut, ±-^~ . 

- |»»^ voute, arched, j^I*. 5 voute, 

zuu/t, -Ait j grotte, grotto, SjU-t j 
gouffre, 5a//; lj> . 

(^O • 1^ , pi. ^S^ ; - »I9^ , 
/, vigne, vine, r-J" . 

(^■A^J . r ^4 etc., Y'J^OC, gypse, 
gypsum, o^-?r J chaux, platre, lime, 
plaster, o^-fr ' ^j^ . 

J fiA^ abonder, to abound, }£ . 

k^ , fjl^ etc., chaux, lime, ^ . 

1 r 

♦■^ > »»4i > tirer > to rfraa, » v^ ; 

arracher, to tear away, fj • trainer, 
to drag, jr ; t-Js^ p.p. ; tirant, 
drawing, ^L . -^^J.? A || ^ 
9C0 |&* accuser, to otcutt, l£l . 

- I»£^. traction, traction, ^ || |»Js^> 

de force, A> main strength, l^i . 

- U«^*^ herse, harrow, Sg 1 ... . . 

- r ij«XL/ , etpaw'al, ruminer, to rumi- 

nate, ^rur' . 

- I j»*^ rumination, rumination, jl^»-' . 



?^~ ^ 



'*<^ j 



avide de, ^nwrfy 






et 



|Lo»o^_ petit (d'animal), young 



(of animal), u[>~» 
- 2 l.^ inciter, pousser, to incite, urge 
on, (^),>/-ii»- . - 2 >-^L/ , ^ , 
^ >«a. , p. ; r. ; faire la guerre a, 
to wage war upon, i_>jU- • attaquer, 
to attack, j^-U . 



IL "- ' 



excitation, excitation, *\j\ . 



lU. > c - l»^ > neche... 

1 * 
OV^^ , ' , £tre ou devenir lepreux, 

to be or become leprous, ^j^ jL» < ^j . 

- ^^ lepre, leprosy, ^j . 

- ^ , t3 ^ ; - M*^ ; - Ua^ 

lepreux, leprous,- ^yj\ . 
- 2 ia£^LJ devenir lepreux, to become 

leprous, ^*j\ jL» . 
- 3 o^/ etre ou rendre lepreux, to be 

(or) make leprous, ,_^»/l t yj . 

£J^ outre, skin, Jj j jarre, jar, S^- j 
puits, well, Jj ' vetement, garment,<-jy . 

\***^ > /■> nor d, north, J If ; vent du 
nord, north-wind, IJlA ^j |[ u.a^ 
uj*m nord-est, north-east, Sj* - 4^" 
|| ia^m ua(^ nord-ouest, north-west, 

- (iLs;^ du nord, northern, ^c • nord, 

north, lSLt- . 
2 ^J^ exciter, to urge, <L*- \ provoquer, 
to provoke, (.i.)^^ ; inviter, to invite, 
* j;- ;>«»., se disputer avec, to wrangle, 
£ ^lic" . - 2 «J^L/ />. ; r/«>r. 

- I^^appat, bait, ^J» ; corde, ro/ie, Jj-. 

- |^}*^ excitation, excitation, lyuj*- . 
4 "-s^*s^ humilier, to humiliate, Jil . 

- 4 t»*^^L/ r. ; se prostrer, to pros- 
trate oneself, j£- . 

- ^l^Ja^ prostration, prostration, j S j±- . 

( 4 ^»0 . ^>»4. cri ' °y, £r* ; 

fracas, crash, i-U- . 

1 r 

^V^^, , gratter, oter, to scratch out, 
take away, fj c tiJLo . 

- I»**^ us6, worn out, JL ; clair, clear, 



>; **w — ?**^. 



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- k»l**i^ distinctement, distinctly, LJU- . 

- I ji^ chauve, bald, «L»I j subst, zool., 

castor, beaver, »ULI i-^J IL»k , pi- 
l»*^ , raclures, scraping, iLliS" . 

?*^ ' c * ?*^ • **^ L « "■ » r * 
- 4 t*>V^manquer, cesser, to lack, cease, 
cJ Li l u **> \ etre priv£, to be deprived, 
(^) t-j- ; u|^i» />./>. ; vain, vain, 

- li»t;4^ tisserand, weaver, iiUU- . 

(i-v^ , or. rfr) • lt -^'-/ etre bless£, 

to be wounded, (:f) -rj^ . 
|Lw^ sorte de gateau, kind of cake, fy 

V**^ arbalete, crossbow, ^y . 
x ^k^ , " , etre decide^ to fo decided, jj£ ; 
- 1 >oJ^ , , decider, to rf««'<fe, jj . 

-pL;^ certain, certain, jlTI . 

- fiu(i.t^certainement, certainly, TjuS"1 , 
-llau*;,^ decision, decision, j J& . 

y*&*^^ , *k , os, bone, ^ ; noyau, 
jtow, "»\jj j arete, fish-bone, '&■*-*- 
|| ooo^I ^a> au sujet d'elle-mSme, 
about herself, L^-ii Jt j| ou 11*3 >«i^ 
lU^J V**^ , ivoire, ivory, ^l* ; 
pL^io^ ou pLs^ d'ivoire, ivory 
{adj.), ^s. j. . 

- 2 Jo£,Il/ avoir les os mis a nu, to Aaz/e 

the bones laid bare, iijf- <ullic cJl£". 



- peo 



♦^ > 






- l»ja^ semence, seed, f- j j . 

- |&mo*^1 et |L cadavre, corpse, «i»- . 
v al$,4£^ , YP^P-P-W^'*, billets, actes, 

-■■ n . fr i m ;^ , /., ypw*™") ; 

ILftn.^'ww^ efc., grammaire, gram- 
mar, J^U^C . 



grammatical, grammatical, JJ»L.I^ ; 
grammairien, grammarian, l\* 

pu«^T farine blanche, white flour, JU* . 



►♦^^j , , pe>ir, to perish, t iii* . 
-^►♦^ aspic, asp, J~* ; serpent, 
snake, *~- ; gruau, oat-meal, ^.j*- . 

- [»*t^ broy6, ground, j^>*— ; gruau, 

oat-meal, Jjj>- ; Ifcanf^ , c. ILj-h^, 
sorte de gateau... || |U_ ,.» |>at**^ 
faible, weak, <-J^J> . 

- |>Ok^ gruau, oat-meal, J^ijr . 
- 2 tfioj^ d6truire, to destroy, jUI . 

-^i^l'lp. 

- paja,^ destruction, destruction, <-~iy£ , 
a ' ? 2 * ' 

i y 
^-♦■^^ , , couper (les cheveux, la 

barbe), to cut hair, shave, j»^) ^-a* 

<»Ji\ ) j etre tondu, to be sheared, 

- |-*.o;^ ', ■■ l^l^coiffeur, barber,<s$>- . 

- ILoxkL metier de coiffeur, barber 

craft, Si'sU- . 

- l-w.*^ 1° imberbe, beardless, j^-I j 

2° serviteur, servant, ajU- . 

-^•^ id. 2°. 

- ILoLJ!^ ; - l-i^ coupe (des che- 

veux), (hair-) cutting, (^^1) ^ . 

- U^|» , «*/• l^^» 5 rasoir, razor^y.. 



1 f 

»S*^w , , inonder, to overflood, jf- j 

ba- 



emporter, to jk>^ awqy, 

layer, to sweep, i _ r ^ j secouer, to 

.sAajte, J* j puiser, to draw up, J*f . 



-^i^-'lP- 



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i*^ — ^^ 



l3o*4 pelle, shovel, *i/£ . 

Pt^ ; - (Ido*^ inondation, flood, 



LlL 



- IfckS^ja cuiller, spoon, iaJL . 

- |63ot^» ; - |fc~£o*^» , c. jSofc^ . 
- 3 tS{^/ faire inonder, to make over- 
pod, ,ji\i\ . 

pi*3^ d'lvoire..., v. |>ot^. 

1 i*v^ , , tirer, to draw, <-^ . 

- 2 i*t^ enlever, to take away, ? j \ 
apporter, to bring, t jl . 

1 r 

**"^^ , i*a^j , toucher, to touch, ^J. ; 

palper, explorer, sonder, to feel, 
explore, sound, jw i ^lj i ^^ ; tenter, 
to attempt, (-A.) ^^- . - 1 i*»^Lf p. 

-J»«^4 es P ion ' s Py> o-L-r ■ 

- | La*. 0*4 exploration, exploration, jjj . 

- l»4 id. ; fond, bottom, yi ; 1 0*4 , 

6*4 , pi. I&&4 j toucher, touch, ,jA ; 
exploration, exploration, *j j j pouls, 
/lake, ^j-aJ . 

- z w- - 4''? ^ tre reconnu au toucher, 

to be known by the touch >0 ~Jl\i(iZ^Jtji>. 

- r i*^^, palpel, tatonner, to feel one's 
way, ,j-^- . 

l Y 



<^^ , , arracher, to tear out, rii \ 
maltraiter, to ill-use, *j~j J«Ip . 
- 1 u*»^ ( Lf p. ; etre ecorche, to be 
skinned, t>^— j . 

- k-j^ coup, heurt, stroke, shock, <->j* 

- 2 1— *sv lacerer, to lacerate, Ljl *U . 

- ^1**4 blessure, wound, r^- . 



.J— >- ; substance, substance, y^- \ tout, 
ensemble, whole, ensemble, Si*- ( SJS" • 
texte, tarf, ,j^j . 

- 6^|i*a^corporellement, bodily^-*-. 

- )iivi»a4 corporel, corporal, <j -L_»- J 

gros, Zarg*, j « r »- . 

- b»^a»a4 corporellement, bodily, 

LjJ — »- ; litteralement, literally, Ui^- . 

- | L ajso*a^ corporahte, corporality, 

- lat**^ corporel, corporeal, &*-*- ; ma- 

teriel, material, ^jL. . 

- |Lu&**^ materialite, materiality, <U^* 

4jjU j sens litteral, literal sense, 

4j*~ is" • 

- 2 ?*»^ incarner, pourvoir d'un corps, 

to embody, (A*} -i_>- ; rendre sensible, 
to render vivid, i j*Z\ 4 \*y~£- «JU»- . 
■ 2 >ft*s^L/ p. \ r. ; devenir epais, to 
grow thick, ~£- 



.! * • r 



.1 - " ' i! * ' * * • 

ILouoa^o l - ILoiaajs^fcjo incorpora- 
tion, incarnation, incorporation, incar- 
nation, x~£- . 

1 iAj s ^ , , o, toucher, atteindre, to 

touch, reach, iljil t ^J. . - 1 Aj»^Lf p. 

- I^*s^ empechement, impediment, «iU . 

1U4 e/ '***4 5 or - '**4 j P ont ' 6 "'^ 5 

j-^- J poutre, beam, _,-»■ . 



-lu 



^^ 



, faire un pont, to ma^e a 



bridge, l_ r -»- -L«t ; unir par un 
pont, to join 6)> a bridge, j-£- rJt- , 
- 1 ^L; P- II Cs|* ^ ^ever un 
pont de pierres, to raise a bridge of 
stones, "..»■>■ '- 




9 4, 4, % ; * etc., v. J . 

J 7° dent., relat., prSp., celui qui, celle 
qui, etc., qui, celui que etc., que, 
celui de etc., de, he who, she who etc., 
who, he whom etc., whom, that of etc., of, 
a* t J t J ^.iJI i ±J\ JJI t^jJUi (ex. »C*» 
ceux d'avant, the earlier, o^»u»Vl ; 
|L|» celui qui est venu, A* wAo Aoj 
com;, Jl (^-ill ; ...b^? ceux de la 
maison de..., those of the house of.., 
...£-±> J*l ; l^Off les hommes ou les 
choses spirituelles, /A; spiritual men or 
/Aingj, ^La-j^l i UjJl^jJI ; ILio^Ly , 
un objet d'etonnement, a matter of 
astonishment, ii»j fyjy ', ^***»» le 
district des Marachiens, *A* district 
of the Marachians, ^JLc^S -lil ) ; — [ > + 
adv., ou prep., ou subst., etc. = adj. ] 
«r. *W^t superieur, upper, JL j I}**} 
veritable, true,JiLa»- ; — [ > + nombre 
= nombre ordinal, > + number = 



ordinal number, kS &j i-ic = iOc + » ] 
e*. ^fLj pa a* le second jour, the second 
day, Jlil! |._^l ; — [ = autre prep, 
apres pron. annonciateur, = other 
prep, after pre -indicating pron., ji- = 

. • . n . f 4 r *r 

avec cette impi^te, with this impiety, 
jj&\ IJL» « . 

2° «wi/\, que, that, j! («c. LL.py |Jo il faut 
qu'il vive, he must live, i ^*i o\ i_jC) j 
— parce que, because, ^ , etc. (ex. 
&a*»|? car j'ai pech£, because I have 
«wk?«/ 5 Cj11»>-i jV) ; — afin que, en 
sorte que, tt*rt, jo /Aaf, jl f^j 1 ^ ('*• 
y«9«J9 pour qu'il nous cMtie, that he 
chastises us, I^JUj S^)> — ^ e ^i* 1 ue J 
a savoir que, the fact that, namely that, 

• i ■ -lit/ i * r i" * 

jl _e«ji t <ul la* («r. Jbw^Af |«oi umce 

fait a savoir que tu nous a crdes, 

this fact that you have created us, il* 

Lj^U- diil *\J\ ^Vt ) ; — quant a ce 



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&a» — > 



qui, as for that, ^oJI jt U , etc., (ex. 
\2±. b>s,b&) quant a ce que tu m as 
ecrit, as for that which you have written 
to me, J c-^T If- U) ; — rert/"., ex. 
...]ly»f •••\l> v^^"* ' 1LS demandent 
si..., ce que..., /Aey <wA i/"..., what..., 
... l» 4 ...Ijl u_^JL-j J — [ ♦ + adv., 
ouprip. etc. = conj.] ex. f \+oi main- 
tenant que, now that, Jij uVI ; y w*/ 
ainsi que, <u, l<li. . 

3° [introduit le discours direct, intro- 
duces the direct discourse, ^Uai-I ^jJj] 
ex. loot i^xpe i*uo|;*j n criait : 

* 

«de1ivrez-moi!», he was crying : "un- 
bind me!", « ! J > ^- » : £j-*i olT . 

N> , M> ou \L.\ , loup, wolf, ,_JJ ; 

Ikaly louve, she-wolf iJi . 
|;|» combat..., p. ^ . 

• * 

(oj) . 2 ^jL{ ; -rva»ajL? , etpalpal, 

etre broy£, to 6* ground, J»»-Jl . 
|ay , |a|) , m. e//, ours, Awr, ^.j . 
^aj e* |aa) mouche, jzy, *jIo . 

• * " * 

^^! » ar * j^" 5 ' corr °y eur > currier, 

l y r 

»— ^f , , , immoler, sacrifier, to 

immolate, sacrifice, C*S\ ^ t ,oj . 

- |~a»9 sacrificateur, sacrificer, -nJ** . 

- |L&*m^9 sacrifice, immolation, joct!- 

fice, immolation, lo 



- l-*»> , e/ f \i>*&i 3 sacrifice, sacrifice, 

**~>* J victime, victim, <j& . 

- \~*t>a , i«a«N , autel, altar, roX, * 

oratoire, oratory, i-** ; choeur (d'6- 
glise), choir (of church), ,j*jj*- . 



-*« 



L U4^9 



M»o> , <r. IL 



* • 

t^a> , ^/- lis? , gateau de figues, 
fig-cake, (jdl j. ivoy . 



1 ^ 

T"^' 5 5 piq^er, mordre, to .*£«£, iifo, 
O * i » » 

- ji*»> aiguillon, dard, goad, sting, 

- Ipj ; - "^ 30 ? pwjure, morsure, 

sting, bite, "*Jxc i i^J . 

- 2 *a) piquer, to sting, »J . 

- MpP° tortionnaire, torturer, }-$»- . 
- 3 ,aj/ faire mordre, to make bite, 

1*^^?/ • 1 -»> , ', ^ , o , coller a, 
adherer a, to stick to, adhere to, i jjJ 
j J^l ; <f., suivre, to follow, »J j 
- x vaaj , , presser, to press, iaijt . 
- 1 taa>L/ , "%. , se joindre a, etre 
joint a, to join to, be joined to, J I -^iil 
Jl (<) ~» || ovi-v bAay son ceil devint 
fixe (insensible), A« eye became fixed 
(insensible), ( t _ r J-t oaii) -c^ oj* . 

- [fiMy adherent, adherent, ^L . 

* 4 4 * 

- |Loa&3) adhesion, adhesion, ^UJI . 

-|Aay colle, g/we, »1^a j couture, join- 
ture, seam, join/, J^» ( jjj . 

- 2 iA»y coller, joindre ensemble, to 

stick, join together, ^-V i JjJ . 

2 rr i t 1 * 

- Iia^^m relieur, bookbinder, -iLf . 

- (a^^t adh6rent, contigu, adherent, 

contiguous, ., >.rl . t JvJ-- . 

- ILaa*^} adhesion, adhesion, JUJI ; 



serrement, pressing, 

-\aAOf , c. \L>f ; glu, glue, Jo ; 
couverture (de livre), cover (of book), 
(t-i'cT)^ 1 ^ ; volume, volume, ^IxT. 

- 3 iaa^ joindre, to join, *»- ; s'appli- 
quer, to a/^i/y oneself, JjUu . 



& 



58 



1 r 
V-^1 , ' , 1° conduire, to had, ili ; 

emmencr, to lead away, > i_»*i ; 

epouser ( une femme ), to many ( a 

woman), (Sl/»l) -rj'j ', labourer, to 

plough, jJi ; passer (le temps), to while 

away, (.iJjJI),^* ; — 2° in/r., se mettre 

en mouvement, to dart, 'Sj£ \ partir, 

to start out, <_-*.> ; errer, to wander, «lJ . 

- 1 ^»L? p. ; r. ; mener (telle vie), 

agir, to lead (such a life), behave, ,jllp 

J»j^ (. (...SL»-) || I; > &n^ i^f oppri- 

mer, to oppress, it . 

- |j <o» qui conduit, emmene, wAo 

guides, leads away, ■> i_-*li c -JU j 

porteur (des morts), pall-bearer, jUs ; 

rameur, rower, .JjlJU- j cocher, driver, 

- Ijoajguepe, frelon, uuu/>, hornet, jjS> ', 

|Lio-3» e( |b^yo3f abeille, ie<?, iU ; :W. 

♦ « 

- \i*f champs, campagne, _/?«/<&, country, 

\j <• Jji»- ; desert, desert, *\jf? ] 
|L^> , pour |L{-aj , butin... 

- (j£^>j agreste, rajfrV, ^ ^ . 

- |£aj conduite, guiding, SiLi ; trans- 

port, carrying, JiJ ; labourage, tillage, 
'^y- 5 agitation, agitation, ~& j>- \ 
IL^sf butin, W<)», <^i ; convoi de 
captifs, convoy of captives, ^j~-\ *l*l» . 

- |^>pe , ^=».i , desert, rfeiff/, *\j&? . 

- [I^^m , 1° desertique, desert, tj j\y**' ', 

2° habitant du desert, inhabitant 
of the desert, *\j**~al\ ^^ ; ermite, 
hermit, ,_^«ju»- . 

- £Uji id. 2°. 

- 2 t-*9 dinger, administrer, to direct, 
administrate, (Ju) jss. j^\ ?«». , s'en- 
tendre avec, to agree with, *» 1 }JH\ , 
■ J-=>?L/ /». ; r. ; etre emmene, to oe 

* 

led away, <o (:f) i_-*i . 



Ii£a»m chef, prepose, leader, officer, 
Jji. t,j-ijj ; administrateur, admi- 
nistrator, yJL. j abbe, abbot, jj> ^jjj . 

■ l*j*At» de l'Economie divine, of the 

divine Economy, ^V jujJI j. . 

■ byifj^a^ae selon le plan divin, according 

to the divine Economy, ^Vl ju-tll ._-->- • 
par metaphore, metaphorically, Tjbf j 
a dessein, on purpose, I- 



- |La v^»» gouvernement, administra- 

tion, pouvoir, government, adminis- 
tration, power, iLJL t juJj c SiLi ; 
vie, manner of life, «-i-p ; faits, 
actions, facts, actions, JL^I (6j|^>- ; 
l'ficonomie divine, the divine Eco- 
nomy, ^V ^-^ J Excellence (titre), 
Excellence (title), {•- r ^) oLw . 

- 1*309 direction, administration, direc- 

tion, administration, juJ3 <.oj\}\ J art de 
gouverner, art of governing, i J \i'^\ l y ; 
norme, regie, maniere d'agir, norm, 
rule, way of acting, pj idji\j t^Li ; 
formation, formation, l _j c iij j vie, 
pratique ascetique, ascetic life, prac- 
tice, Jj-XaJ i-jU (. oLs- J commerce, 
commerce, SjU 1 ; |*=>oj />/. ; mceurs, 
customs, £j\}\c- . 
U^f , «.«aj , miel, honey, J— t- ; cire, 
wo*, *£* . 
-, luj-aj de miel, of homy, J— c . 

- l*o.a* |fc£3l j ) galettes aux raisins 

sees, raisin cakes, i_-jj j L^i ^[/l • 

sourd, deaf, <J-J^\ . 

- 3 ^f /devenir sourd,to become deaf^J-Jh ; 

rendre sourd, to make deaf, ^y*\ . 
i. 1 V^» , , diriger (le trait), viser, to 
direct (the dart), to aim at, jJU c •~>j~a 
...J' tsJ-* 1 j verifier (un poids), to 
verify (a weight), (S/Ui.) ^yu** . 



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^o» — ^s^» 



n. ^*^^J mentir, to lie,<->J&', ws, man- 
quer a, to fail, i JL i ; o , renoncer 
a, to give up, ilj \ *» , ^v , trom- 
per, to deceive, £A>- ; declarer menteur, 
to declare /w^tilT^I . ' 2 ^^ll p. ; 
se tromper, to mistake,!^ ; is , trom- 
per, to deceive, fj^- . 

- 11^) menteur, liar, ^lof j faux, /a/j«, 

- &*kL<^9 ; - 6^^X^» faussement, fal- 

sely, LoS" . 

- (LaX^J J - U>^o» mensonge, false- 

hood, t-jJT. 

- f^«^»fc» faux, false, *J*U- . 

1 ^» , , s'obscurcir (ceil), to grow 
dim (eye), (Cr^) <^—JLi»l . 

- U^» ', - U^» cecity, blindness, ^ . 
1 i*^> , , transpercer, to stab, l j«l» . 

- 1 -^|L/A; r. 

- k^j coup, blow, *j jj> , 



-^? 



_2 



~^? L ' 



C. 



A^OfJ , ooif , or, gold, ._-a3 ; impot 
lustral, lustral tax,^* l _ r £- ( fi' lS: £-i 7 i^ r i. 
_ ^4jf. i^m? etc. 

- [liaoty d'or, golden, ^jo . 
- 2 o«»L/ etre dore\ to fo gilded, 

- pott* dore\ gilt, ^j>X> . 

- poi) orfevre, goldsmith, «jL» . 

- 3 va»j/ dorer, to gild, (a.) <_j6 . 

I*<h9 , (?) eclatant, bright, *kL- . 
i ^ 
\WJ , , devenir gras, to grow fat, jr" . 

- 2 v oi) rendre gras, fertile, to make fat, 
fertile, <_«<i>-l c, (a.) jr" ; restaurer, 
to restore, J-t»- ' f J • - 2 v*i*L/ s'oindre, 
to anoint oneself, oJU- j*.s • etre oint, 
to 6? anointed, (;f ) j*^ . 



- U*o»* gras, /a/, jj*- ; gros, ££& ^_ 

- |L&uoi9 le fait d'etre gras, graisse, 

fatness, fat, j»j t *JLc- . 

- l>»iof et botoof id. ; raffermissement, 

strengthening, xi»y || b'0109 }i qui vit 
dans l'opulence, who lives in opulence, 

" 3 n*»*/ 3 c - 2 \° , > j oindre, to anoint,y>s . 
liootf maire, mayor, JiL £\*- . 

1 \ 9 
'OJ et 1 »jo> etre faible, malheureux, 

» • 

to fo iwaA:, wretched, Lr *j c <_ji«^ . 

- l>o) , |o^ faible, malheureux, mise- 

rable, weak, wretched, miserable, ■Ja^J> 
\jZ\> % t ^ ; |&Lo» , /. pi. ; ent., 
cantharides, cantharis, ?-bi . 

- k*}lo9 miserablement, wretchedly, ^j-i . 

- |La*o} , pi. |L<L.oj , faiblesse, misere, 

weakness, wretchedness, ^ji i Jj»J> . 

- 1*09 : - ^ooj —or. \>oo) _ Jjo|» «<<:., 

misere, wretchedness, ^ji . 

• 2 uo) affaiblir, to weaken, ^Jw^jl . 
- 2 uo)LJ />. ; etre frapp^, to be 
struck, (^) tj^ . 

-uo^t affaibli, weakened, ija».n» . 

- 3 uO)| a c. 2 «-io» . - 3 i*o»LL/ />. 

1 ' 
^^f , 1^0 »j , couler, se liqu^fier, to 

flow out, liquefy, t_jli 1 JL ; languir, 

to languish, Jji ; avoir la gonorrh^e, 

• 

to have the gonorrhoea, ,^^1 j-iU-j^-^l . 

- \?l.) gonorrh^e, gonorrhoea, ^ja^} JtA-- . 

- \z>oy id. ; flux, ecoulement, flux, flo- 

wing, olL- 1 o\jj>- • h^morragie, 
hemorrhage, /»i d'j J rhume de cer- 
veau, cold in the head, flTj ; c. \k*f . 

- 2 ka*> 1° faire couler, faire fondre, to 

make flow, to melt, >-jlii <. J~- ; 



.Of — c»o» 



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2° tourmenter, to torment, (<i.) >-j -ie . 
- 2 v^*jL/ couler, se liqu^fier, to flow 
out, liquefy, ^li t JL» . 

- ^aloy liquefaction, liquefaction, oIj ji ; 

maceration, maceration, UlJ . 

* * • 

^aoy , (?) compas, compasses, j^j . 

doctrine, doctrine, <—*+* ; secte, jert,*tAj . 

1 5 05 insens£, marf, j*-l . 

- 2 909 troubler, to disturb, J-L . 

- 2 ,o,LJ/>. 

* • 

- |i^O)M perturbateur, disturber, ^J\JL, . 

• * 

- tLoyof too perturbation, trouble, 
disturbance, perturbation, jii c >_jljk«Jl , 

|fy oncle paternel, ancfe on the father's 
side, * ; bien-aime, beloved, ._-*-»- ; 
IL99 tante paternelle, aunt on the 
father's side, ~*f . 

I90) et \fOfl chaudron, caldron, jj» . 

U»<>9 Ao/., millet, mt/fef, »L»u if* . 

i^ao«^oy baton, jtjci, La* . 

t*o9 David..., 0. n.pr. ; psautier, psalter, 

|)|?bu.o* prdfet des scribes, prefect of the 

scribes, >_jb£Jl ,j-#j • 
l&soy , Jsoj , lieu..., v. yj . 
vAado; , usoooy , po» , lat. dux, chef, 

cAi«/~, JjUi . 

(f&Ao* et l~A30} , /)/. im| .MlO) , OO^a, 

gloire, £tory, ^ • 

1. ^*9 , ^oiJ , se mouvoir, to move, 
ily^ ; etre mu, excite, to be moved, 
stirred up, '^j*- t j$\ • d£sirer, to desire, 
J u*j ; emigrer, to emigrate, 
exulter, to exult, ~-jI . 



- £Uy diarrh.ee, diarrhoea, Jl^l : /. |6^-.> 

balancoire, swing, i»-^»-ji . 

- 2 V«9 agiter, to jAafo, ii^*- ; exciter, 

to rtir «/>, JS\ . . 2< C>Lf />. 

* 

- \Lo) marche, walk, jw . 

» ** 

- 3 V«»/ exciter, to j/:V up, jUt ; explorer, 

to explore, ilj • etre excite (desir), 
to A« jft'rm/ «/> (wisk), (»_h-") ^./"l . 
H. 1, Vf , s'abaisser, to jtoo/>, *~aJl . 
-^^j servir, to serve, ?■&- . 

- iLfiiNnw ; - \Lof service, service, <~A»- . 
- 3, ^.f( destiner au service, to destine 

for service, i»AiJI ,ja**>- . 

IJ09 seau, /khV, ji* . 

U&ot platane, plane-tree, ._Jj . 

\\)J . U* * jugement, judgement, '*iyj* ; 

dispute, proces, contest, law-suit, JIa»- 

tS^ci ; droit, ri^A/, J»- ; critere, 

criterion, ji-l JJj || ^j 6-a tribunal, 

tribunal, ~**S^- || U»*^va adversaire..., 

o. (Ui . 

- 1 \» j v ? 1 » l0 J u S er ' faire droit, to 

judge, do justice, J Op t olj ; penser, 

to ttinA, jb ; expliquer (les songes), 

to explain {dreams), ((»^»-*ill) ^-* ; 

etablir, to institute, pUI ; — 2° *£ , 

etre en litige, en proces, avec, to be 

t I 1 * * 

■ aZ /awj with,^\z <. ^U- . - 1 ^LL{ />. ; 
jol , c. v » 2° ; etre tenu pour, to A* 
looked upon as, ... T (;f) j^*l . 

- £j , /. |6-II» , juge, judge, olo . 

- IL&1I9 judicature, judicature, ^li iLbj 

|| v L*iI» nous, juges, jf«, judges, 

.' * ' * .' * ,1 ■*- * . 

- |tSi.fio , &l»,m , ^»4s , />/. \i-»f» et 

tboLpe , ville, town, ou» ; place 
forte, fortified town, ^o- ; province, 
province, iikx. II d. n. /ir. 



J 



61 



»o> 



s°! 



i» * * * 



- |k*iofio»*ao petite ville, little town, 

- |1u»h citadin, urbain, of the city, 

urban, <£j-*»- « i^-U . 

• ?***■*• • F 

- |L«<x>f Ltoo jugement, judgement, vj^z . 

\a^»of efc., /a/, donativum, largesse imp£- 
riale, imperial gift, LilkL iu . 

)t>«5^— o» *fc.» $S<7JrOTCx6$, serviteur, 
ministre, servant, minister, j jj t /»jU- . 

|*So> , /., cercueil, coffin, c^jII . 

1 * 
2? » J ** » exmter > se r^jouir, to exult, 

rejoice, ^J t ^Ll . 
-Iioj exultation, exultation, -l^ol . 

- U*j , /. |L**> j .eoo/., bouquetin, che- 

vre, ibex, goat, !>p t Jpj . 
1" 1* r 

-lr?' c -lr?- 

■ a *»> exulter, to «u//, r^Ll * 'VaA^ 
resister a, to resist, rj\2 • faire 
exulter, to mafe «cw/f, j^-l . 

1 v 
1. *^J , lao«j , broyer, to #rw</, J*^ . 

- \LaU» mortier, mortar, j j- . 

• ~ * 

m 2 !A*j broyer, to fnW, j>J» . 

n. J -u>j , loov> • "y- tOv>» « aa»» , 
regarder, observer, guetter, to tooA a<, 
observe, watch for, -U»> 1 ^,.,*.' 1 Jl Job . 

- |L&a&»9 observation, observation, j^l3 . 

- \x>o$ k/. ; observatoire, observatory, \*e>j» ' 

terrasse, terrace, nL* ; vue, spectacle, 
vicu;, spectacle, Ja^ • observateur, 
observer, x^jut^ saule, willow, <_jUajL*» 
|| V*M ^ao} horoscope, horoscope, Jli 
|| loo) fi^ observatoire, observatory, 
±**j* I phare, phare, SjL. . 

- 2 ia«) , ^ , observer, to observe, 

- 2 Ur,Lj id. 

- \L.f observateur, observer, x**ji* 



.** * r 



not 



- |ib«4.t intelligent, competent, intel- 

ligent, competent, jwi t ^"j . 

1 *? 1 ' * * 

- a ia»9? , c. A toj ; apparaitre, sortir, 

to appear, emerge, r j*- 1 j$» J o 

produire, to bring forth, rj>-\ \ ^ , 

courir sur, to ran a/fer, J#> ,^-ifj . 

- u>*m />. />. ; competent, competent, _y*>- 

|| a iA to*M je sais, /" know, J* 
|| $ ^g« U j 'ignore, I do no 
know, J*l V . 

it* 

'M &E e > siecle, generation, age, century, 

generation, J->- 4 Oji t j** ; les 
hommes, men, ^Ul ; \{.\\ , />/. |{^ et 
I99 , maison, Aoi««, c«jj j atrium, cour, 
atrium, yard, jla t i»-lj || ^.$9 J^i. & 
jamais, ,/br *;&«• ^wk/ ever, OjVI Jl - 

- |ka»099 ; - IbtJoLf) maisonnette, 

small house, j**~* cm . 

- 1 fa || (jXj Uot alveoles des dents, 

sockets of the teeth, jl^-Vl CjL. . 
- X J) , jo^j f demeurer, to dwell, JiL* . 

- I«a->f habitant, inhabitant, aTL< . 

- I jo^ domicile, dwelling, j£— , 

- 1^9 1°, m-, — />/. l¥«* — demeure, 

dwelling, <J>. j bercail, fold, ij&>- • 
2", f, _ pi. |L".j et )L^' ? _ cou- 
vent, convent, jo . 

- ^U) moine, monk, !_-*[> . 

- ILa^Ut vie monastique, monastic life, 

- jfiu.jov'f petit couvent, /i'///»? convent, 



MM * *" 

- |Cu.odom» petites bergenes, little sheep- 

folds, ej*j>~0 jVla*- . 

- !***» etage, chambre haute, story, 

upper room, 5JU c jjli» ■ demeure, 
dwelling, J)« . 
- a ^.j demeurer, to dwell, J*L* • rester, 
attendre, to remain, wait, J*cj\ t jj . 



(*> — io» 



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- It-'? habitant, inhabitant, J^L. . 

- |v>oy habitation, habitation, j£L- • 

genre de vie, manner of life, ii-c . 

Ijoy et \lfot , ocopsa, present, gift, io* . 

L^o* oa Ut»»j , B6pU, BopstTiov, lance, 

javelot, spear, javelin, *>y>~ t «j . 

1 * 
♦^-^ , i*o»j , fouler, pi6tiner, to tread, 

upon, trample on, J^s l ^Ij j mepri- 

ser, to despise, Jica~\ . - 1 i**jLL//>. 

- (*q-.» oppresseur, oppressor, j-U» . 

- Lu^yLtao |[ m U inaccessible, yiac- 

cessible, «Jl J--»^j V . 

- l**j j ^ /• I 6 *** , foulage, treading,^*. 

- |»o» ttf". ; chose foutee ou a fouler, 

object trodden upon or to tread upon, 

(<.y ) . \~~~) poussiere, dust, jLc . 
- 2 u*_9 pulveriser, to ^nW to dust,^ . 
- 2 i— ,L//>. 

- 3 u->/ broyer, tourmenter, to £nW, 
torment, <->JU « J#? . 

x LLj pousser, repousser, to />ttrA, drive 
away, j*-± t «jj j heurter, to i/iocA 
against, |»JU» . - 1 i-IjL/ /». 

- L*a~* expulsif, expulsive, * jli» . 

- lily rejet, rejection, z j . 

^*»-»* J , ' , a 1 ., ^» } craindre, to fear, 
t-jU- || jj; ^-» craindre que, to fear 
that, ul <J»U- . 

- jjo*.} craintif, fearful, <_Ju_p- . 

- (Uly terrible, redoutable, dreadful, 

formidable, <— ^*j t <_-«-• . 

- b*\ULf terriblement, dreadfully, ?jj 

£Jju ; avec crainte, fearfully, f^iu . 



- I Lai-- j majestd, grandeur, majesty, 

greatness, i*lit t <J")U. . 

- U-j crainte, 7«ar, J»^»- ; /. |&\_ 9 id. ; 

pi<H6, /»«()>, ^^i: ; religion, culte, 
religion, worship, oLc <. iiLo j secte, 
sect, it-i ; objet de crainte, idole, 
oi/>e/ of fear, idol, 1* t J»Uc p^ 
|| Ik 1 **. j k»a temple, temple, JSL* . 

- |L&i&~.9 timidite, timidity, oLiS- . 
-"^j terrifier, menacer, to fern^y, 

threaten, j-U ' v^j' • - 2 ^l»Lf /». 

- |L<i i\ i. t >a action de terrifier, act of 

terrifying, ^J . 

- \L~t redoutable, frightening, ^a • 

craintif, fearful, 9-ji . 

- L»fc^o-» craintif, fearful, 9 ji . 

- |LoJfc\<u.» pusillanimity, pusillanimity, 

- li-of , £. |LaiS.. t ao . 



5 



- U<&Lf miracle, miracle, \y»*\ \ epou- 

vante, fright, ^j . 

l y 

l «Q-*»3 , , repousser, rejeter, to ^«jA 

- Lo&~9 oppresseur, oppressor, j-U» . 

,;*■*' ,' * . , , 

- |Laoa-t ; a L>Aa<.y rejet, expulsion, 

• * 

rejection, expulsion, zj* i JLi . 

a *" i r 

- '«&«) , c. ^ta^f . 

• • 

- \s^.oy tourment, torment, L_<lJlt . 

|t~t sorte de pierre tres dure, kind of 
very hard stone, lo»- i_JL» yy- s-^j . 

-\Lii~) dure (pierre), hard {stone), 

LL.) garde, j'Kara', ^jU . 
|e«» , pi. |fcll» , ornitk., milan, fa'fe, sTjl— . 
Li^iiLly , Bia^pay[Jia, diaphragme, 
diaphragm, v^*" • 



63 



&*} A*f 



k^*9 vetement a dorures, gold-braided, 






\&alf , BiaS^TY)^, compas, compasses, 
jISLj • cercle, circle, »/b • niveau, 
level, *\y^")l\ ^La* . 

u.iiaAa^) 8l8%JX3cXo£, maitre, tea- 
cher, 1*. . 

■ 9 r 

/Q-»9 demon, demon, ulkJi . 

- [icuy ,/. |&*j&>) , demoniaque, demo- 

niac, JUaJi . 

- |La.i&*9 folie, delire, madness, frenzy, 

- 4 a*$L/ etre possede par le demon, 

to be possessed by a devil, j>- J devenir 
fou, delirer, to become mad, rave, 

i! * T ii / r J" * 

- |Loa*» ) t^f superstition, supers- 

tition, *a\ji- , 

s a»» rfe., registre, register, ^ j fisc, ^«£/rc 

treasury, ,jju\ , 
|L«L»t encre..., p. &*y , 

l^^&ij efc., pi. %*' , oKXTayjjt.a, ordre, 
oraer, j»\ , 

- vmam&4'* ' te -> BlOCTa£l£, edit, «&/, 

\ ^^** / • »^*» , ^» , «fc-j <#»*., pron., 
adj. poss., 1° ce qui est a moi, a 
toi, etc., le mien, les miens, le tien, 
les tiens, etc., mien, tien, etc., what is 
mine, thine, etc., mine, thine, etc., my 
relations, thy relations, etc., Jl y> U 

Jliyl i jJi t itL i J l ya-&\ t jJI I ill 

jJI fUjyl ; — 2°, wn/, ex. iA-j j£ 
a moi-meme, moi-meme, to myself, 
myself, jii i J'JJ — 3° ex/>/., ex. 
iA«9 wLc^< ma priere, my prayer, <J^L» 
j| o£L«9 v3 o>iLt du meme, of the 
same, -oi a <J [I o^L^a o£t a lui, en ou 



par lui -meme, to him, in or iy himself, 
4jiAj jl J t *J j| «n^.» ^a» de Iui-meme, 
from himself, <~Ju »UiJ j. ; de sa part, 
on his part, *LS j. j a son compte, 
o« A« account, <oL-»- Jt , 

. |b^>y ; - ILoI^Lj propri&e, property, 

■ Mi»> special, propre; special, proper, 

. bw.^.y proprement, properly, i»ol*- j 
specialement, specially, i»oU- . 



|>^<f , /i/. ua-AJJlIy etc., ^laXxXi* ; 
. 1 i».m.'^^ t 8ixXaXYi<ri$, interpel- 
lation, interpellation, Ltli . 



/* 



I too*? II |l£f y brume legere, /i^A/ haze, 

iwiftftiftviiy population..., v. \*ta»f . 

v oi£»I» etc., pi. /*, BtdcixsTooVj dia- 
metre, diameter, IJ\jS\ _^£ . 

\lf*£'Jclfetc., Sia^apxupta, temoignage, 
witness, oL^i . 

.-» or, mais, d'autre part, no», 6ui, besi- 

en effet, car, indeed, for, <oV ' ^«» J 
ensuite, et, /A<n, and, j t U-w j 
renf ou expl., ex. ^y ^o qui done? 
qui? who then? who? ? j. ? ljl ^. . 

^j ou y*\) religion, religion, ^i . 

i^l*^ ascete, ascetic, <-j>\j . 

|*U9 , 8t)vaptOV, man., denier, denarium, 

•y , B£Y)tft£, demande, request, i_-ii» . 
etc., pour .~ox»i> 



r* 

maitre... 
1^9 , /»/. 






r f 



, Blcp96pX, livre de 
comptes, account-book, >^L>LJ-I jj* j 
peau, jAm, -d»- . 



*», — a*, 



64 



v»mi 






*> , dcpXi8t*>io v o?, archi- 



diacre, archdeacon, 

f-, PL . 



LTi'J • 






'* / 



)iax.ovta. 



hopital, hospital, l yL£I— » . 
IL&»9 ou va&iLy , /., olXsXXa, hoyau, 

mattock, i)ja* . 
ftuwauja.y efc., olOCXpiv6u,SVOl, mono- 

physitcs, monophy sites, *»~1*JIj j^L'U 

|**y ** ^-j f- a 909 . 

^•£9 «to., />/. ££9 , oiapiov, salaire, 

salary, S^l . 
^aiM^Iy , oispu^vson/js, interprete, 



(&*?). ILo^f encre noire, 0/acA; ink,*y\ j» 

|| |Lo*9 Aud encrier, ink-pot, ~*j£- . 
\m*moibli etc., 8tdc6sat$, disposition, 

disposition, *~}j . 
^XJ «fc., ^/. r " et mS' , oia9V)XY], 

traitd, alliance, treaty, alliance, 5.1*1*. 

4*11* ; testament, testament, <~*j . 

_ 4$"- "Otaa— ^>> son alliance, Aw 

alliance, 0J4* . 

( %»J j . y>> , qqf- £*» , lieu, place,o\£. . 
|| t.op quelque part, somewhere, j 
U ulSC ; parfois, sometimes, liL»-l ; 
environ, about, y£ || yo»a yo*a ici et 
la, AiiAer ana* thiter,'JL*j U* j| yoj «^°^ 
en des lieux divers, in sundry places, 

- I&S09 , ^aoy , po» , />/■ |&>-*3oj eJ 

* * • • • 

ILadof , lieu, endroit, place, place, 
spot, room, »**y> <• J* ' <Jl^« || ^* 
oAaof aussitot, directly, Vl»- || lso»a 
(soy partout, «;«7 a>A«re, jlSCjT J . 

JLO^ ef 1 **i» etre ou devenir pur, to be 

• * 

or become pure, j . 

- fcj , ^9 , pur, ^ure, Ji ; ^ , qui 

est sans..., who is without..., ...,j*Jl*- . 



- ftwliay purement, purely, » jUi> . 

- ILo^y purete, purity, Sjlii . 
- 2 uj>> purifier, laver, to purify, wash, 

]-«'>■ -*ua»L/A ; r. 

- U^v" />ar^. ; rasoir, razor, jl* . 

- M<>» purification, purification, jvjIjj . 

- |6>*stL i</. ; salete, excrement, dfrlt- 

nm, excrement, j\j t !jlji ; lieu 
d'aisance, water-closet, i_oVI C-u . 
- 3 t»39f , « 3 «-ajLL/ purifier, to purify, 

(A) > • * 

#V^9 , {Jky , male, masculin, male, mas- 
culine, jS'i- t jS'i j membre viril, 
virile member, i_ v , Ai j 200/., belier, 
ram, <ji*T || oai {£9 hermaphrodite, 
hermaphrodite, dJ^I || liA? tu) mi'/., 
belier, battering-dam, j^i . 

- UtS* ; -Pv3f masculin, masculine, 

- Ji»£ft» ia". ; male, male, £'* . 
-ILopy ; -ILoj^, ; . |La^^> . gram., 

genre masculin, masculine gender, 

(V-O*/ . 1 ^»A» que soit commemore..., 
that... be commemorated..., ...jfiJ j 
qui se souvient, one wAo remembers, 
jTJb. . - 1 ^SfL/ se rappeler, to 
remember, £ £ \ commemorer, to 
commemorate, {J^) £)> . 

- Ui^of memoire, souvenir, memory, 

remembrance, jlTaJ t ^T i j louange, 
praise, ^-1— j ; jour de fete,/eaff day, 
JLc * jj j repas funebre, funeral meal, 



- 3 &ii rappeler, commemorer, to 
remember, commemorate, ...£'* «-j' 
(ju) jS'i j raconter, celdbrer, to 
re/afe, celebrate, (.i.) Jip t j»-l . 

o r t a 

- 3 *3>LL/ A 



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c^, — >%., 



I. ^^} , ^o^j , filer, to spin, Jji. . 

- |Jo» fil, thread, Ja^ . 

n. (^j) . 11^ » facile, easy, J^- . 

- fc-UAj facilement, easily, *J>$-j . 
_ il&A} facilite, easiness, *ij^> . 

- HA j en petit nombre, en petite 

quantity, few, in small quantity, 
IUj c ^w ^Aaj II |NN."x t ^ brieve- 
ment, briefly, jljf'illj . 

- &IJ&9 brievement, Ane^c, jl^Vlj . 

■ 2, %\j diminuer, to diminish, lJ -aiJl . 

- 2, fc^jL/^. ; devenir petit ou rare, 
to become small or rare, jJJ t ^**» . 

in. (^>) • 2, ^» distinguer, to distinguish, 
>. J repudier, to put away, (,i.)jil» . 
- 2, fc&jL/ p. ; etre sumomme, to be 
surnamed, jSi . 

- UAoj repudiation, repudiation, J-& . 

Ml 

VJ puiser, tirer hors, to rfrauj oaf, drag 
out, Jiljl t J»^ . 

- |k»S»9 sarment, vigne, vine-branch, vine, 

■ 2 iAf extraire, to rfrazw out, JiUl • 

lever, clever, to fi/i «£, raiw, Jt i *»j 

-*^Wip. 

- i^L^o />. ^. ; haut, high, JL . 

l ^ t 
'«« V $ 3 , troubler, to trouble, (jJ)J*s- J 

agiter, to agitate, t>-* • ^e , d6tourner 

de, to tarn away ,/rora, jt jU-I . 

* 

- \LaLy perturbateur, disturber, ^-cLi* j 

instigateur, instigator, iU- . 

- )iA) trouble, turbid, _£U . 

- |La*i^.> eau trouble, muddy water, 

j&* *l* j dechirement, schisme, 
tearing, schism, Jliiil t j/. 



- }!•.&) trouble, tumulte, disturbance, 

tumult, 4-i>- i <~j\jaj>\ . 

- 2 u*^.» troubler, to disturb, (-L.) J>U . 
- 8 i-ifL/ />. ; se facher, to get 
angry, <_wii- . 

(ak* ( = * + \&) ou \x&» , >Of ou 
>ojj , 1° interr. indir., si par hasard..., 
si peut-etre..., if by chance..., if per- 
haps..., ...Uj lil i ... ^fijrih lil j — 
2° [complet. apres v. de vigilance 
ou de crainte, complet. after v. of 
vigilance or fear, j\ jX>- J*» J*j *~L»Si 

J»_j>- ] que... ne.„, that 61 j — 

3° circonst., de peur que peut-etre, 
/«•*, b\ j* ls_^- • — 4° interr. dzr., 
est-ce que peut-dtre...? can it be 
that...? ?...Lfj J* ; — 5° [adv. de 
doute, adv. of doubt, i_-j j ij^t ] peut- 
etre, perhaps, Lcj . 

1 Ai.» , , tomber goutte a goutte, to 
trickle, _,LS . 

- \k±.f degouttement, trickling, J*i . 
- 3 A^.j/ faire degoutter, to make 

trickle, j£\ . 

if.^X) etc., pi. «•' ' , SsXcpfe, zool,, 
dauphin, dolphin, £j£ j jU- . 

l ,^ 

Ja V ^ , ' , bruler {intr.), to be on fire, 

Jjv-\ ; briller, to shine, «i • se lever 
(soleil), to rtr« (««), (cr^) ' r -*^ • 

- ^j , or. \a\i , flamme, y?anK, i__^J ; 

incendie, ^re, Jj^^ ; torche, torcA, 
J*l* j splendeur, splendour, »"jU- . 

- 2 u2i.> allumer, to kindle, J*il . 
- 3 ix&.j/ i<f. ; enflammer, to inflame, 
(a«)i_J> ; illuminer, to illuminate, jlil . 

4 oa\> s'opposer..., ». ^^^aa . 

tSky , /., lettre dolath, letter dolath, 



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»> et »», , c. M^* • 

1 >oj etre attentif a, to observe, s <jb . 

- 3 joj/ faire remarquer, to point out, 

ji Jidl c^U . 

J-ittJ , >oj , sang, ifoorf, jo ; vie, /:/«, 
»Ls- j sue, juice, IjLae- . _ 4$*- ***•» 3 

» < » II • » r * * ' i* t ' 

y»j , v a3M ? II <yp *?t ou °**V. ' L& i' J 
l'hdmorroiisse, the woman having issue 

of blood, poll 3ijU1 sT^I. 

- |*uoy du o« de sang, of the blood, of 

* 

blood, bloody, tSj-J ; sanglant, san- 
guinolent, bloody, bleeding, /»tj t ^.U j 
consanguin, consanguineous, oli ^y. 
j*Jl • charnel, carnal, ^J— »- . 

- 3 >of/ devenir sanglant, to become 

bloody, ^Xt 7*^1 . 

- r >o»ac) palpel, ensanglanter, to wwer 

• * 

c. 3 X»J/ . 

- po*»v*o : - **»»*» 3 - U»*»* san- 

giant, bloody, ^X. . 

JL^O) j o 5 y»/ , ressembler a, to be 
like, 4jLi . 
_ \»f p. a. ; adj., semblable, alike, 4jii ; 
vraisemblable, likely, J_jJUi! ^ j 
[aet , ou J-4*» {f), il semble, ft j«mr, 
j^iu • il est vraisemblable, it is 
likely, J_>I*1! j* . 

- lHi*» semblable, like, *~»-i ; adaptd, 

adapted, <_~-L» . 

- &I|Im) semblablement, similarly, <li. j 

en apparence, apparently, T^Uj j 
vraisemblablement, in all likelihood, 

- ILoooy , La^. ou *•« , ressemblance a, 

concordance avec, likeness to, concor- 
dance with, J <Julla» t a» ijLij } compa- 
raison avec, comparison with, »* -lo^j . 
|| |L&^»9 U difference, difference, 3y\ . 



- llaooy ressemblance, likeness, <u-S J ima 

ge, forme, image, shape, J5^i C8j_^» 
vraisemblance, likelihood, J»J if-li* 

. fe^liooo} semblablement, similarly, -Ui. 

- ££ t , v-** ? > " f • *-** ? > P rix ' £"' w > ^ 

- |La»> , />/. ILosoj , image, forme, 

figure, image, shape, figure, »jj~* 
<L;ft c J5^i ; type, type, 4_U>I « j^» 
exemple, example, Ji. ; vetement, 
garment, ^LJ j <zr<r., constellation, 
constellation, *j£- fy^r || Lojov» 
|La»*3 «na , comme, like, Ji. || ^s 
&») de toute espece, of all kind, j* 
fy JT || » I Law* u»«ok*f il res- 
semble a, te is &£«, <oli . 

• 2 i^af 1°, ^ , assimil.er a, comparer 
a, to liken to, assimilate to, (■**) V* 
j ^li ; conjecturer, to conjecture, ^t- j 
— 2°, ^ j etre semblable a, to p« 
/tfe, <bli ; ia , imiter, to imitate, 
> ^Aal . - 2 u£»L? />. ; f. 2 i-it 2° ; 
faire semblant, to pretend, y^LUj . 

- pJio,» imitateur, imitator, XlL ; type, 

figure, *>»/»«, .feure, >j . 

- &*(iosvM par imitation, through imita- 

tion, LJljdil J par conjecture, vrai- 
semblablement, conjecturally, pro- 
bably, j^i»xllj . 

- |Lai^Mt.M imitation, imitation, t\*S\ • 

conjecture, conjecture, ( >J £ . 



^^O) , , dormir, s'endormir, to sleep, 
fall asleep, Mi- <. j»U ; se coucher, 
etre couche, to lie down, ^i\ j 
mourir, to rfi«, CjU j avoir un songe, 
to dream, Xr- . 

- faae) adonnd au sommeil, addicted to 

sleep, j«jji . 

- w*ao} dormeur, sleeper, *jjj . 

- ILaxosy sommeil, sleep, pjj . 



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- | Loam 9 id. ; somnolence, somnolence, 

* 

jj-Ui • mort death, u_j» . 

- }&»9 sommeil, j&e/>, ?y . 

- |am *» lieu du sommeil, sleeping-place, 

*yi\ jlSC j lit, 6«f, j- j* • temps 
du sommeil, sleeping-time, f_jJl oLj ; 
action de se coucher, position cou- 
chee, act of lying down, lying down, 
fL*H ; sommeil, sleep, *y j mort, 
cfaztA, <^j* ; union sexuelle, sexual 
union, iS ^>- jIj*jI . 
- 2 i-»oj endormir, to /rctf to j&e/>, *y 
j| o>»Aj um« aller se coucher, to go 
to bed, ^yJ] «_jo . - 2 y»$L{ p. ; r. 

(un»j) . |.aiM09 y B6[X0Sj maison, house, 

Z*u l fondement, ground, ^Ul j assise 

(de pierres), course (of stones), ,ja*s j 

pilier, pillar, sj»\* . 

_ iLa^aMo* , svB6^Tf]<JtS 3 pilier, pillar, 

- 2 nut) 6difier, to build, ^ . 

- |t>.5»ft«4o» etc., oou,sa"TtXO£, domes - 

tique, domestic, ^ . 
(vauey) . usaa&.y efc., B^jtoS, peuple, 
people, i_-*i . 
_ LconA.^viiy , pi. o" , OY)[X0Ttx6?, 
populaire, popular, lS7 ȣ . 

- \.mnv\i) etc., public (adj.), public(adj.), 

As- • prison, prison, j#? • registres 
civils, civil registers, L»^£j»- ^S^ . 

- v 1o&m^ etc., l'£tat, the State, i^£i! ; 

bains, baths, fl^-l c-a ; portique, 
portico, J'jj J prison, prison, ^H \ 
tresor public, public treasury, ijj»- 
y>-l)l j archives, archives, ^i J .ii\ l _ r A>[^ 
1 1 ..nnnin.p en public, in public,[^>-, 

Iteaof , pi. (-^2j , larme, tear, 4*0 J 
goutte, drop, ajai . 
- 1 ^»j J ;- 2 *m} pleurer, to weep,^{ . 



^♦^©5/ . I***; admirable, admirable, 

- k*lv*-*»* admirablement, admirably, 

- |Lo***>j caractere de ce qui est admi- 

rable, admirableness, S-joIj . 

-^;m$L{ , is , Lc^ , admirer, etre stu- 
peTait de, to admire, be amazed from, 

- |jt»** admirable, admirable, v^**- • 

- |*»o; admiration, stupeur, admiration, 

stupor, <_,£*.> t v^ 5 chose admi- 
rable, admirable thing, >_~»«fr » i «i . 

* ^ * r p » * * d * 

- |L»omjL , />/. lU^oyL e< ILjomjL , mer- 

veille, miracle, wonder, miracle, ajT 
i_j»»ci I |LJoMfb>a merveilleuse- 
ment, zvonderfully, >-■*»•£■ **-j Jp . 



1 \ ? 

A»M , 1° etre proche, to if n«zr, Ui ; 

2°, ^ , adherer a, to adhere to, «J , 
- 1 i*j>L/ j ^ , id. 2° ; ^ , consentir 
a, to assent to, j ^j-sj^I ; ^ , ob6ir a, 
to obey, J *~k£- • eerier, to give in, *J&- j 
"^> , entreprendre, to undertake, ^ih • 
%. , s'appliquer a, to apply oneself to, 

- ILoxu^^m adhesion, adhesion, ( «l c -ijl * 

simulation, simulation, jbUm . 

- 3 i*jj/ adjoindre, to adjoin, JjI |ji-J>/ 
o>*Aj simuler, to simulate, ^*Uij . 

^ 1° _ />/. |B>L'j _ jarre, jar, S^r ; 
2° _ pi. (->♦ — branche, bough, ^ai. • 

(taj>) . lajo» , ^ai» , /., rf |6ajo) ok 
Ic^ojj ,/»/./ , |L , |6- , queue, 
toi7, <_Ji j bout, reste, 6tV, Jcra/>, 

- ^laoiy caudal, caudal, ^i . 



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- 2 ui.j> attaquer les arrieres, to attack 
fAe rear, (^ijj-i) ^^. j>-U j aneantir, 
to destroy, iU . 

- |aj) miserable, wretched, ,jJ\i . 

4 ^^j> secouer, to jAafe, > . - 4, ^ > j»L/ 
etre suspendu, to ie dangling, Jaj . 

l X 
«**-*$ , , se lever (astre), apparaitre, 

to rise (star), appear, j$> <. (^^TjT) «i!» • 

briller, to shine, *1 . 

- U~j) leve, risen, «JU> j manifeste, 

manifested, ^j-U. . 

- btl^jy clairement, clearly, LJU- . 

- |Lo*»«jf clart£, clearness, .'iU- . 

- \L*f lever, rtre, Jj^i ; orient, orient, 

3j£ ; epiphanie, epiphany, J^ ; 
horoscope, horoscope, J Li II v.n.pr. 

- V~j«m , bujpe ,y., lever (du soleil), jan- 

riw, ( ir ~ ill) J j j-S ; orient, onVni, j^i . 

- \LLi+x> oriental, oriental, j^ • subst., 

orient, orient, J^i . 

- 1^>»m lever (du soleil), {sun) rise,3jji- 

- 2 u»j)Lf etre manifest^, to fo manifes- 
ted, J* . 

- 3 t— .»// faire se lever, to maAe rire, JLL>I j 

manifester, montrer, to manifest, 
show, j^i\ l J #> r \ . 

2 »aj> tourmenter, to torment, (.i.) i_jJp . 

f 9 * * it 

- 1&>09 tourment, torment, i_»Hp . 
1&>9 efc., men., danak, danak, jJli . 

ll)a£aj»9 eto., oU<J3VTSpt3C, />a*A., dysen- 

terie, dysentery, jU-j . 
(^ax.,) . *^jL»»L/ , BlkjxoXws, etre 

lent, to be slow, J^x . 

1 t\ 
«*Vwj 5 } s'eteindre, to £0 out {fire), 

jLil j se fletrir, to /aaV, Jji ; cesser, 

to cease, Jk» . 



- la* 9 extinction, extinction, »lil»j . 
- 2 <7*.j eteindre, to extinguish, Ul»l j 

d^truire, to destroy, (.*.) i-j^- . 

- \k*±i eteint, extinguished, LA* . 

- laxo? extinction, extinction, »UL] , 

■Vj' > «• V? • 

1 «*> , , planter, fixer, to plant, fasten, 
; etre fixe, to be fastened, 



_1 



If ! L ' *• 



9 1 r 

- V?' ''ft 
1 ^ 



■$ , , troubler, to disturb, J-Ij • 
transgresser, to transgress, iJJU- j 
gounnander, to rebuke, (a.) ij j 
piquer, exciter, to ^ricA, wrcife, _jic 
i-»- j obscurcir (l'ceil), to aVm (/A* «>«), 
(>JI) ^1 . 

- \i*±) perturbation, perturbation, J")U>.I . 

- 2 & aveugler, to blind )( jf I . - 8 ȣ<>L//>- J 

etre affaibli, to be weakened, Ju^i . 

- \>W** contrit, contrite, t-JiJI J . -^ .-.. ; 

querelleur, quarrelsome, rj-**- . 

- li^o; coup, Afozw, *j ^ j emousse- 

ment, dulling, 6~^ . 

sueur, sweat, 3jt> \ travail, work, Jii J 
ecume, foam, Jj j j resine, rejt'n, i^y . 

- 1 fca.j , r , transpirer, to perspire, 3jt- ; 
se fatiguer, to /i«, t^ . 

- l^A^j en sueur, in perspiration, ol>/ . 

» 3 B*»? faire transpirer, to mate perspire, 
3j*i <U>- . 

^3» , et f t&3> , madrier, joist, iLf ^J ; 

planche, /»/««*, J»i j table, iaft/^, *JjU» • 

page, /»a^e, i»»is«» . 
bid* , io/., gen^vrier, juniper, jfj* . 



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(vG 3 ?) • v*»&*-} , ^**&*o\ , etc., pi. 

\s y as } u«a , otTSTUjfov, diptyque, 

Kste, diptych, list, ic'li c ^j j. ^jj . 
tffij , ^, , /, pi. £sj et IfiJIaj , cote, 

flanc, jt<ie, flank, S^U- c *_-^»- 5 civiere, 

stretcher, J*rf- . 

k3> ,/»/-/ , u*' , ox7uxvy;, depense, 
expense, SJLii . 
- 2 ^S> depenser, to spend, jiJl . 
^^a3j etc., Sxcpvioiov, laurier, laurel, j[i- . 

litiere, /titer, J*at . 

l v 
*^9 , u»o,j , pilonner, broyer, to pound, 

grind, £# < Ji . - 1 u*ijL//>. 

- [ouy pilon, pestle, 4»-U . 

- l^o; petit, 5ma//, ^i-» ; facile, 

- Lay legume, vegetable, Ji ; |kay 

raclure, poussiere, scraping, dust, 

- Lao; , pi. (i-aoy , legumes sees, dry 

vegetables, i-olj JjJL . 

- |ka*M mortier, mortar, bj^ . 

- 2 u*ij 1° broyer, to grind, J^ j 
2° moderer (le pas), to slacken [the 
pace), (^rwJI) «^i^ . - 2 ixJ»jL/ />. 

- 3 ta}; , c. 2 Lai« 1°. 

- r u»Ca'» , />a//W, c. 2 taij 2°. 

- Latoy , u>t*>« , petit, small, j^~*> ' 

(0*09 ^/. ; la plebe, /Ai common 
people, i.l*ll ; lka£o} />/. ; minuties, 
frj/fej, jJlii . 

(i»») . I&.9 , />/. tMaly , oixi], droit, 



L£»4 allay *&-, o ixxKOjjLXTa, actes 
judiciaires, legal acts, «uJ^* ^Sw» . 

u»ao^la..y 5 />/. /*', Btxxvtx6s, juris- 
consulte, jurist, <uii . 



- v nm.ir>.» etc., OlXOCVixov t fc^ 

tribunal, bench, iSJi- . 

- Jfi^a-»» , Sixadrat, juges, judges, 

- ^.^fift^f ffc., />/. \V ' f SlXJWTYJplOV, 

tribunal, 6encA, Us^- . 

1 ^«j , * , passer au crible, to sift, Jj ji- . 
Uay , /., dattier, date-tree, Jji j| JDsJ 6^£ 
palmeraie, palmery, Jki c~c* . 
_ l^ja^aj petit dattier, small date 
tree, JLi: . 
U«j , yoy , barbe, beard, <J- . 

- (Hoy barbu, bearded, SJ- ji . 
\C^iof t (?) bande (de brigands), foww/ 

(q/* robbers), (^j^i) ii^i . 
|^ux»y , o8X3CV0£, messager, messenger, 
fij^j ', bedeau, beadle, ^LS*^!^? j 
astr., decan, decan, dilii\ oU-jj ~J . 

_ mi . m ooy , SoxTjUi;, soup5on, juj- 
picion, l iii . 

t-O^ , , 1° frapper (de la corne), 
frapper, to gore, strike, ^>jJ> ; «U j 
2° transpercer, to transpierce, JLii . 

1 r ft 

* 

- |*st piqure, coup, /inci, stroke, ISw 

ij^r-J ; IL^oy coup, stroke, *ijJ> \ 
path., pleuresie, pleurisy, v^=r • 
- 2 ^», c. 1 to> 1°. - 2 ^)L/6tre trans- 
perc^, to 4* transpierced, (rf) j^t . 

- (too* coup, stroke, ~*j jJ> . 

99 , 90 «j , d., y^i. , combattre, to j/nw 
with, <->jU- . 

- 1^9 ou I9I9 combat, guerre, jigA( 5 

ztjar, ^>j- 1 &j»» || |f^>a adver- 
saire..., v. IKa . 

- ILjoj guerre, war, ^p- . 



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- 2 *'»'»; -»rtW, c. i£. 

- |y^9 ou I99I9 lutteur, combattant, 

wrestler, fighting-man, i—>jl£- c£jL«a* . 

- IL099* art de combattre, art of figh- 

ting, Jl^Jl ji . 

IL99 maison..., v. a 909 . 

• * 

1 |j> repandre, disperser, to sprinkle, scat- 
tor, Jj» t_rJ ; vanner, to winnow, ^jj . 

- ^99 vannage, winnowing, Sj joI . 

- ^J»i , />/. |L&I?t» , van, fan, ^jA. . 
\st)) } ar. i_jj^ } chemin, way . 

\ 9 * r 

A^11 , v^»* , degrd, marche, degree, 

step, 4>-J J > situation, situation, iJU- j 
charge, dignite, o$ce, dignity, i-Jj c la-Uj ; 
ordre, ora«-, *Lt ; /. I&s^»» dignite, 

<%«<)>, VJ I! \* ^*J ' ^*£ v^i> \» 
v^ij , graduellement, by degrees, 



" lv ^>! » > aller> to g0 ' ^ II ***■>? 

«^» id- 

- («^»» j marcheur, walker, J\* . 
- a ^jj diposer om elever par degres, 

to dispose or raise by degrees, (.i.) <_4j 
I^jOj J0w»l jl ; piloter (un navire), 
to />ifof (a ship), i_i- jU . - 2 v^J»Lf 
p. ; r. ; suivre par degres, to follow 
by degrees, !*£>£ *?j . 

- ^909 avance graduelle, gradual ad- 

vance, j£ jJC j.ji5j ; gradation, grada- 
tion, £j,j-G ; degre, degree, '^-ji . 
■ 3 v^J>/ amener graduellement, to 
bring gradually, ufjij J-^y' . 
1^99 , ornith., coq de bruyerc, grouse, 

|fi*a^i 9 chaise a porteurs, litter, S»-Ij»- . 
*lm}«9 souiller d'ordure, to joz'Z with filth, 

)f9$* , Aof., chardons, thistles, 6. 



.o>) priere (magisme), prayer (magia- 
nism), (5-*yf) S'^ . 

- £ojj (mage) officiant, officiating (ma- 

gus), S*^ (u^) • 
t3&Ato}9 chef des medecins, chief of 
physicians, *Li»VI l _ r iL> • 

1 r 

*»}$ , , marcher, aller, to walk, go, 
i_»»i t t5 i» j o , fouler, to tread upon, 
* ^> j j ^ , transgresser, to transgress, 
JjU- i -^yjjL/ p. ; etre atteint, 
saisi, to be overtaken, seized, (*) iijil 
(^) vfJL^I j etre percu, compris, to 4« 
perceived, understood, Ji«Jl» (;f) i!jil 
(if) *$i ; etre outraged (femme), to ie 
outraged (woman), (•l/»l) (if) £-=>—«* 
II l^ojj ov^ yjj prendre une con- 
cubine, to taAtf a concubine, \j~> &\ . 

- «** jj qui marche, walking, ^L. . 

- 1^909 1° pas, jfe/>, »>ki- ; 2° foulage, 

treading, ^ji ; 3° sol, ground, ^jl . 

-Ikojj , qqf l&3»oj , pi. i&aof» rf 
|6>sjo> , concubine, concubine, *j^- ; 
servante, maidservant, ioU- j mar- 
cotte, layer, IJ *S*e-\ rejeton, shoot, rji. 

- lisiftao || 'so U inconnaissable, unkno- 

wable, -cijH* jSCx_ V . 

- |L&iatt&>» atteinte, reach, flij^l ; 

saisie, seizure, iiL—l ; perception, 
perception, iilj^l . 

.(tovi) || ji^i, i^«3 Y 5 ? i i»J. 

espace que foule la plante du pied, 
space which the sole of the foot treads 
upon, |»JJiJl *,J0J* • 
- 3 yt}f atteindre, saisir, to overtake, 
seize, il—l <. iij^! ; comprendre, to 
understand, *^i ; s'appliquer, to apply 
oneself, x^>-\ ; pouvoir, can, jJ ; 



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fouler, to tread upon, ^i j £*ire 
fouler, to make tread, ^jJb -d«- . 

- | Laos},.*) obtention, obtaining, illpl . 

paa?9 oa *99 , mon., darique, daric,^Lj\^ . 

(^»y) . 2 ^oy«js rusd, fourbe, cra/iy, chea- 
ting, £jU t Jbt . - 2 *j»L/ complo- 
ter, to plot, ^fc . 

- Cv.Jio j f ao avec fourberie, knavishly,\^i> . 

- ILaMf^ao astuce, fourberie, craft, chea- 

ti n g> fj-*>- t »Uj 5 machination, 
plot, *~j^o . 
(*♦>) . U»of y , op6;j.0£, course, race, a ^S'j . 

- uxxueojj *d- j senat, senate, i-^J^Mc]^- . 

!•»■»» «* J&»»» , opajjia, fables, pieces, 

fables, plays, uU^ 4 Jli.1 . 
v 1 " 8 *? j /■> P^ u»oj»5» , Spojiwv, bateau 
leger, light boat, ■-> jti . 

- Uia»tt marin, 5ai/or, ^^ . 

|_*99 , m., bras, arm,^lji ; dpaule, shoulder, 

<JcS ; coudde, cuii/, f-lji II |_*99 u».j 

premier convive, yfa/ guest,i}j^\rxi\ . 

- 3 \xJ)f porter a bras, to carry by hand, 

P&099 , opaxwVj^oo/., dragon, dragon,^. 

- v al4»Ao>> , opxxovxiov, petit dra- 

gon, little dragon, ji^» ,jCj . 
i r 
**-*5 , , fouler, ouvrir (un chemin), 

to tread, open (a way), (Uj^) J-J J 
instruire, precher, to instruct, preach, 
Jicj c (~»») J* J disputer, polemiquer, 
to dispute, discuss, JjU- ; converser, 
to converse, dole . 

- 1*0)9 argumentateur, arguer, J^Lf j 

sophiste, sophist, J»— A- ; docteur, 
doctor, jlU . 

- ^oyt dialectique, dialectic, Jku . 

- &*l»09) dialectiquement, dialectically, 

\^k\ . i clairement, clearly, LJU- . 



- M»99 instruit, learned, l»z, • gram., 

usit6, used, J. »-...,• . 

- M* foulage, depiquage, treading, 

shelling, ^\ji i ^ . 

- l*>99 dispute, conference, disputation, 

conference, *i»-L. t ihLf. j contradic- 
tion, contradiction, i-JjL. II ^.^ fi^a 
ecole, school, <^jX> . 

- U»v» histoire, history, fcjk ; hymne, 

Aymn, S^iil . 

- |^*jv» , ar. <u.jU* , £cole, school. 
--u.99 ouvrir (un chemin), to o/vn (a 

way), (Laj^L) ji ; d., is , instruire, 
exercer, to instruct, drill, (jJ) 1* 
(a.) u^ ; disputer, to dispute, JjU- . 

- l»t»M , u>9po , experiment^, connais- 

seur, experienced, connoisseur, i-jj-U 

,* ■».»■ , . 

- I L &*},.» experience, savoir, experience, 

knowledge, JLc- c !^- . 

- 1*99 disputeur, disputatious, JlAif . 

- kjoj exercice, exercise, ^ye ; dtude, 

Jterfy, ^-ji j experience, experience, 
•j*- ; enseignement, teaching, JL«J j 
dispute, disputation, iJ^Lf j lutte, 
struggle, ~&j»* |j li^o* 6-a palestre, 
palaestra, j-iLljl olo~. ; ecole, 
school, i-j.U . 

* i' < 

"•Mi »• M-> • 

i. (i*j) . 3 i*»f negliger, to neglect,^ . 

- 3 -.,LL//.. 

-|Lai»vi negligence, negligence, Jl>l . 

n. (i*») . 3 i*>/ dissimuler, to dissemble, 
^yL:-! ; fermer (l'oreille), to c/o5« (<A« 
rar), (oi^/l) ~» . 

16^^*9 bouillie, porridge, l£jJt>>- . 

^9 don, ^i/i, La . 
- 2 ^9 donner, to give, t_j»j . 

IL9 , /., loi, law, iu.yJS , 




•> 5, 5, 9 ; « etc., v. I . 

5i abrev., 1°, /wwr ojoi , v. \i* ; 2°, /war 
££Am , alleluia... 

Iw , /., lettre he, Utter he, U J»>! . 

|oi void ! behold! ! U ; ici, Aere, b* ; 
maintenant, now, u^l ; deja, already, 
SLS 4 Jj-U£ t u5/l J souv. expl. (ex. ^i |<» 
depuis que, jwi«, i^» ; v &* >a3 |oi »*. 
jusqu'a ce que notre maitre ordonne, 
till our lord enjoins, U-U- ^U 61 Jl ) 
|| )w ne... pas ? ...fwf ? ? ^1 . 

JJfiS-^0» , />/. £& , fleur, flower, lj*j . 
- 1 ooi fleurir, to bloom, j*j\ . 
- 2 vaa« id.; briller, to shine, A . 

2 r 'ii 1 * 

-'v&aotL/ , c. L v»o» . 

- l&a»i fleur, flower, Jy»} . 

- l&aooi floraison, bloom, jUjI . 

(Urn , ^a« , vanity minify, u"iU«j . 

- lii^aot vain, satn, JkL . 

- £boi vapeur, ra/w, _>Uc . 



j&aoi oh |&af troupeau oh file de cha- 
meaux, herd or yife of camels, jl ^ia* 

- (iaoi chamelier, camel-driver, JL*- . 

(v^O»j . m^m imaginations, t'nwgt- 
nations, Cj^Lat . 
- 2 i^^oi faire imaginer, to make ima- 
gine, J-iuj 4L>- . - 2 s^«L/ ima- 
giner, to imagine, JJ^ . 

- |L*^^« 1° imagination, imagination, 

jL»i- ; 2°apparence, appearance, j^ii. 

l| * 
JL^^t a"., c» , mecliter, to meditate, J-U . 

- |il^oi meditation, meditation, J.U ; 

lecture syllabique, spelling lecture, 
iJU* §»!/ ; syllabe, syllable, J*i. ; 
voyelle, www/, «Tj>- ; gram., trait 



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de vocalisation, vocalisation-dash, 

- 2 »*^o) vocaliser, to vocalize, (A.) 6j»- . 

- 2 <~^oiH , l3 , m&Iiter, to medi- 
tate, J-Ij J a, prendre a coeur, to 
take to heart, > Jc j lire a haute 
voix, to read aloud, JU Cjj^u \j \ 
etre lu, to be read, \$js . 

- |L<u*^opo formation a la lecture, for- 

mation to reading, <»|^5JI JLo ; inter- 
pretation, interpretation, j^Ju , 

- l-s^oot meditation, meditation, J-ti ; 

exercice, exercise, ^ jt ; etude, 
study, ^jj • vocalisation, vocalisa- 
tion, dLj^. . 

- 3 i-^«/ faire penser, to make think, 
£Ju J*»- ; exercer a la lecture, au 
parler, to exercise in reading, in spea- 
king, AQ>\ J* c 1,\JS\ Jp (A*) Oj* . 

1 r 4 

>»^©i , , renverser, to throw down, *it> , 

- 1 *^oiL/ p. ; 6tre abattu, to be over- 
thrown, »x^.\ . 

- J*»oa^«» destruction, destruction,^ j£ . 

- 2 *4* , c. ijo^o, . - 2 *^Ul fr6- 
mir (mer), to roar {sea), (^) -t . 

(-'•wi^o. etc., •fjysp.tuv, chef, leader, -tfli ; 
prefet, pre'teur, prefect, praetor, f U 

- ILojom^oi etc., direction, guidance, 

oL» ; preture, prefecture, praetor- 
ship, prefecture, jfU-1 t ^iUUI iLt, . 

J^oi Agar... v. n.pr. 

- lLa*J^o) islamisme, islamism, (•%.! . 

" »^« 5 - 2 tv^oi j ■ 2 ^oiLf devenir 
musulman, to become moslem, JL-l . 

- |i^ov» ; - l*v^ot» musulman, mos- 

lem, A... . 

Ijoi , >oi , celle-ci..., v. [>oy . 



l ' \ '?°v • &*?•• conduite, conducting, 

- 1*0901 chef, conductor, oJU . 
- 2 i*jot conduire, to feaj, ill , 

- ILojujoiM conduite, -conducting, SjIaa . 

- mj*» j - IM01 <?« J— ><* chef, guide, 

leader, guide, il* t oJli . 

- ILo^o, j - l**oot conduite, conducting, 

SjI-Ia J regie, rule, Jocli . 
11. x |»oi delirer, to 6* delirious, ^Ju» . 
V>/fOt autel, a/tor, «jJL . 

l£&«9ot , ISttoTYjs, simple particulier, 
private person, iji ; ignorant, inex- 
perimentl, simple, ignorant, inexpe- 
rienced, simple, J»~»j 1 ji. 1 J*l»-..; 
sot, foolish, J*-! . 

- k-^a-jotavec simplicity with simpli- 

city, *1»Ljj . 

* * * * 

- |Lo^a-.joi simplicity, simplicity, SLfI^j . 

N901 membre, member, ^*t- \ morceau, 

morsel, »j»- . 

- 2 ,»j©» demembrer, to dismember, jJJ 

^-it \y~ee- . - 2 »^o,Lf dtre pourvu 

de membres, to fo provided with 

members, ..LlcL ^*i . 

- Imjoim pourvu de grands membres, 

provided with large members, »Licl ji 

* * r 

- ILosoyotM 6tat membr6, numbered state, 

fLvOC-l 4} U 4JU- . 

-**}<* , , 1a , penser a, s'occuper de, 
to /AinA of, to attend to, 1 J^l c j jSi . 

- (oay 01 contemplation, contemplation, 



I* •' 

1. /?JO> , >»« ornement, ornament, ijj * 

splendeur, gloire, magnificence, splen- 
dour, glory, magnificence, <?] t Jut t .^ . 



loot 



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- |J-»ot magnifique, beau, magnificent, 

beautiful, J^»- (. iS f \ venerable, 

venerable, JJ>- ; clair, clear, i_jL<» . 

_ 6,I|t*joimagTiifiquement, magnificently, 

- |Lot*»oi magnificence, magnificence,"^ . 
- 2 j»oi orner, to adorn, jjj ; honorer, 

to honour, (a.) jij . - 2 ij«»LJ />. ; 
glorifier, to glorify, (a«) -Asf . 

- | >Jo« beauty beauty, Jlj»- ; gloire, 

£tor>>, 4£ . 
ii. Ittw , sSpa, anus, anus, c— >l . 
fto^oi , 5ooxuXi£, orgue hydraulique, 
water-organ, jl> jcjl . 
- 4 ^.jjoi chanter, to sing, (Ji*) ^ . 
pLiofyoi «fc., &opo>JCixO£, hydropique, 
hydropic, <j>U- . 
_ liLtSo^oi efc., fcoptorcixix, hydropi- 
sie, dropsy, jo- . 

OOl oa 001 , pron. pers.,J. uo* , pi. ^aioi , 
/. ~»>oi ', — enclit. : m. s. o»> ou o (ow J 
= o« {' , ex. o»i W = 001 \>}),f *-»« 

<f o , pi. v «f , /. r 7 ; 

1° lui, lui-meme, he, himself y> t y> 

•oli efc. 
2° [ = v. etre, = v. to be, olT J«i = ] il 

est, he is, y> y etc. 
3° [ = art. def., = definite article, Sbl = 

,Ju^«J ] le, fAe, Jl, tffc., («*. fc&»o 001 

le roi, the king, dllii) . 
4° wn/!, «. Ju^^B |o£b. 001 »-^ c'cst un 

seul Dieu que nous adorons, it is an 

only God we ivorship, JL*i U»-lj lil . 

5° expl., ex. o*t ^f , va ! go ! ! t_Joi 
[j a*ooi ( = 001 001 ) c'est lui qui, 
lui-meme, it is he who, himself, ^Dl y 
<o!i y II ikM» ( = «-.& uof ) c'est elle 
qui, elle-meme, it is she who, herself 



L,Tli * t Jil ^ 1,11 ; c'est-a-dire, fAa/ 
is to say, Jel || |»sx uoi celle-ci meme, 
la meme, this very one, the same (/.), 
l^li t LjZli »Ji* ; uoi 1-01 celle-la meme, 
that very <>«(/.), LjTliillj || oo» «.s owtffc., 
le meme, the same, <~s- etc. || o«j , uoij 
ete., 1°, indef. (ex. 0019 \Lj quiconque, 
whosoever, j- ^l ; ooij cbao/ n importe 
quand, whensoever, cJj ^1 J ) J — 2°, 
= 001 , 001 , sto. ( y expl. ) . 
- ILa^oi ^tat, condition, jtate, condition, 



jUA. C *Jl»- . 



•Ia. 



- jLalloi identity identity, *-Jli . 

- ^oi«^->oi identique, identical, ajIj . 

- |Lo^on^.oi , c. ILoa^oi ; singulante, 

singularity, ijJH . 

001 ou 001 , J. 001 , /«. m. ^aioi , /. ^.joi , 

pron. dim., celui-la, that one, Jli etc. ; 

[= art. def., = def art., >Ju ^ Sl.il =] 

le, /Ae, J I j tffc. || » oo) lequel, lui, mjAo, 

^* 1 i^Jill jl 9 coi ce qui, wAa<, <Aa/ 

wA«;A, ^ ill iL; le fait que, the fact 
■ 1" 1 • * * r 

j uw V , 9 |m «oi ^ , parce que, 
because, -uV II • uo^. ^»U tellement 
que, jo fAa^, <L>1 a>- ii' || > <-»oi y>/ 
9 001 y»f , comme si, as if ji 15 ; 
£tant donne que, seeing that, *5l Lc 

|| J 1 U-/ 001 quiconque, whoever, ^ ^! 

|| ^IJ»9 ji o*v=» autant que possible, 
a^/ar as possible, ulSCV' j-** J^ . 
I £001 , /.,/>/. |5oif()L on , abime, abyss, lj*> ; 
destruction, destruction, <~-ty£ . 

loot , *wi. low ; — [formes secondaires 
du futur, secondary forms of the future, 

9 jLiJl *sji\5 i~->] |ov j l«L j ^*OlL j 

1° etre, exister, to 6«, exist, (*)-*»-j ' <J^ J 
d., arriver a, survenir a, to occur, 



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low 



happen to, J jL> t J £>i»- ; ^ , etre 
tenu pour, servir de, to be held as, 
serve as, * fli t ^{*f) jcc-l ; ^, epouser 
(femme), to marry (wife), c^-jj ; 
jto , suivre, to follow, aJ ; £&» , 
succeder a, to succeed, i_JiU- ; »^a , 
etre au service de, to be in the service 
of, ... i..^- j olT ; ?oI , ^>i> , etre du 
parti de, to side with, ...tj}»- j» olT ; 
ia , couter (tant), to cost (so much), 
(US') jA? ; 

2° [ souv. sens impersonnel, o/fen 
impersonal (sense), i_JUI ^ja* IjIj* 
J_H^I ] «*. |oo» ou Loot il y eut, 
*A«r« was, £>0>- J ...\ iA uU il me 
fut donne" de, i7 ./«// to ny lot to, 
d\ (£) cAj\ ; 

3° [ |om + \ = v. avoir, = v. to have, 
<J jlS" = ] ex. <A |oovt j j'aurai, 
I shall have, J o^SL-. ; 

4° [aWrio. ou part. + |ooi = impar- 
fait, = imperfect, ^j^aSLi ^L. = ] 
ex. |ooi ?o*a_ c'etait un sage, A* war 
a sage, u_£>- jlS" ; 

5° [ looi , au passe, = qqf. optatif ou 
imperatif, low , in the past tense, 
= sometimes optative or imperative, 
^l jlJ-JI iw liLs-l =,^111 J looi] 
ex. ^obu.001 soyez, be, \yj? ; 

6° [|ooy +part. =fut.] ex. ^vLH ^Loov 
elles entreront, they will come in, 

7° renf. ou expl., ex. |ooi Jj»/ il avait 
dit, il dit, he had said, he said, 
Jti t JU Ji olT |j fo») U = jj 
ne... pas, not, V |j i.«, a n\ uooi 
prends garde ! look out ! ! jj* 1 [j Los 
uoS-ooiqu'est-ce? a>Aa< if it? V li* L 
o>*&j hiwLu |ooi revenir a soi, 



to torn* to oneself, 



JI 



- L.001 , ^/. Ll6"o» , crde\ created, jjik ; 6tre, 

essence, being, essence, y^- i £\S~ . 

- L.ow existence, existence, iy^-j ; essence, 

essence, j^- \ creation, creation,^ J*Z . 

- |La*o* creation, creation, ^U:l . 

- 3 uo«)| crder, to create, jU- . 
- 3 v*oo,ILJ/p. 

K^»»» || •> Iba^ dromadaire, drome- 
dary, ,jr»U . 

uon ou u.ooi helas ! malheur ! alas! woe! 
! Jjj ! »T j allons ! go ahead! ! 1* . 

ixDoki^A^om , SxxivOo;, 6o/., jacinthe, 
jacinth, O^JIj ■. 

Ooo> rt Oal»i , /., />/. iJoi ^ vaoLooi , SXr), 
foret, forest, SjU ; bois (combustible), 
firewood, <_-i^ ; matiere, matter, oL. . 

- lUoi matiere, matter, oL. . 

- fl^>om ; - [Jj^oot materiel, material, 

- |La*i^ooimaterialite, materiality, IJj^ . 
\m>ow , ( ?) persecution, persecution, $\^a**\ . 
^o^tuton , b^xQOUGiov, consubstantiel, 

consubstantial, J^r^ jL~. . 

MOOf , v oo» , or. ^60) , esprit, intelli- 
gence, mind, intelligence, ^ t j»S j 
raison, sagesse, reason, wisdom, ^>\j~* 
*+£>- ; sens, sense, ^ . 

- jluoot mental, mental, Jap . 

- 2 v oo) rendre sage, to. make wise, £»-l . 

-\oo,L{/.. 

- pooos intelligent, intelligent, JiU . 

- |i*oo) sage, wise, *s>- . 

- b^lioooo sagement, wisely, XS^- . 

- | La- oop« intelligence, intelligence, ^ . 

- Luooitae intelligent, intelligent, JiU 

S * ', intelligible, intelligible, Jji»- . 

- ILojuoot&w comprehension, compre- 

hension, ^ . 



>ft*0) — v ooi 



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- r Jooi , pa'lel, agir sagement, to act 
wisely, XS^- J^ . - r ^iooiLf id. ; 
revenir a soi, to come to oneself, Jl jU 
*jli J comprendre, to understand,^ ; 
6tre pense, to be thought, <ui (^) ^SCi . 

j3o« souffle, breath, 4»ju * Emanation, 
emanation, »ji- jc jjL ^ J odeur, 
small, *&\j ; splendeur, splendour, .1^ . 

sous-diacre, subdeaeon, JjUj ^Lr* . 

,ea*£^&3ooi etc., &7C0 Arj'lilC, opinion, 
opinion, j_gi_j * bonne reputation, gow/ 



name, 



'j^ 



^o^oioiofti , ii:7:ox£vTowpo?, hippo- 
centaure, hippocentaur, < _ r . J _jkJiijl . 

i^^O)Lo3ooi etc., &7l66s<JlS, hypothese, 
hypothesis, ^j ^-Li . 

tMa^iooi etc., ^/. o , &TC3CT0?, consul, 
consul, J-aJ . 

- (l^Aooi etc., 6noc?sia, consulat, «w«- 

/a/e, 4 ; l ,n* l largesse consulaire, 
consular largess, iJLaiS *Joe . 

- pa*^3ow , Onaxteaa, femme de 

consul, consul's wife, J-^* •!/•! . 

|aLl*3ooi , pi. \% r ' , &7c6;j.vT)aa, com- 
mentaire, commentary, j^JH ; acte, 
act, x~* . 

l£-;9ooi e/ '0/", 6mr)p6TY)S, serviteur, 

servant, (oU- . 

lijiow etc., />/. o -1 ', U7CJCpjr05, prefet, 
prefect, £\>- . 

- £a*dott etc., pi. L» r , prefecture, pre- 

fecture, SjVj ; diocese metropolitain, 
metropolitan diocese, <~^ jj^ *sA/' ■ 

- ILas^ooi pr&ecture, prefecture, ~*£lj . 
pajaaooi , c. |moid/ , econome... 
I99Q01 , c. Ijjo/ , etole... 



1 jojioi mettre en fuite, to put to flight,* ja. 

- |ta&*t«i fuite, flight, 1c j* 1 yj». 
t£^ai , iof., nerprun, buckthorn, jJ . 
wot ef (Lo^oi , i>. 001 . 

uai celle-la..., u, 001 . 

upoi et mv*oi alors, lAerz, JjX* , 

jja^m matiere..., v. U001 . 

(bum , ^Loi } palais, palace, jji \ 
temple, temple, JSL* ; Saint, Saint 
des saints, Holy, Holy of holies, ^JS 
^IjJVI ^-J* ; eglise, church, <-$£ ; 
nef, nave, <~4& tf* . 

- |Lo£a*»i habitation dans le temple, 

inhabitation in the tem/>/e,JSLAI J j£- . 

(Lot matiere..., v. II001 . 

r ^L>oi , Ao/"'e/, </., t , ta , croire, to 
believe, j«T j avoir confiance, to trust, 
jjj ; confier, to trust, JS"j J rendre 
familier, fc> wwie familiar, (-it) ^j-il J 
inspirer confiance, to inspire confidence, 
4j& j-j\ ; ( rappr. |iaoof ) travailler 
avec art, to work with art, *i»-S ^i . 
- * ^o\l} p. ; etre fait avec confiance, 
to be done with confidence, 122* (* ) J^ J 
donner sa parole, to pledge one's 
word, 4pj . 

croyant, chretien, believer, christian, 



r r 



. lia&*9*» , ^>otM , digne de foi, fidele, 
worthy of credit, faithful, ^.1 4 3x*i* J 
familier, familiar, ^J)}* J "^ , d., 
prepose a, set over, Jc JS^ ; 
eunuque, eunuch, ^pa*- . 

. klluLiovM fidelement, faithfully, »U^i ; 
dans la foi, in the faith, oU'JIIj . 

■ |LaiM*opo foi, faith, oLc I . 



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«m<» — iOiOi 



- |Loiia*o) foi, religion, doctrine reli- 

gieuse, formulaire de foi, faith, 
religion, religious doctrine, formulary 
of faith, ojM t^ji^i. i Hilo ( ijLcl 
(jlrl ; verite, JnrfA, iL2»- ; confiance, 
confidence, UJ ; fidelite, Constance, 
fidelity, constancy, oLJ t iiU ; eo//., 
les fideles, the faithful, u^jll . 

- |L*ia&*o>)6iM foi, faith, ule I . 

Loaoi , arfi;., pareillement, similarly, »jiaj • 

prip., comme, as, Ji» . 
^.soi maintenant, now, j"l(l \ recem- 

ment, recently, USjO*. j «w/., c'est pour- 

quoi, done, *Aa*'j m>Aj>, therefore^ < I ji. 

Rappr. Vu . 

|Iso) , ^»oi , arfu., ainsi, $0, li£» • = 
<&m., ceci, cela, this, that, >il!i ; 1-U 
(«r. ^01 ^o£m pour cela, for that, 
<iMJ ) ; = WKfcf., tel, such, dUOf («. 
^soi ^0*0? de tels indices, jucA wafi- 
cations, «J^5" oloU) II 9 [iaoi ainsi 
que, as, o\ IT ; en sorte que, jo that, 
<jl £>^ || ^»oi ^» des lors, thence- 
forth, Jix^ . 

(^01) . ^.o{*. loin, au loin, plus loin, 
au dela, far, far away, farther, 1-l.u 
o«l 4 juJI j || ^ ^.^ au dela de, 
beyond, »ljj ; au dessus de, above, 3ji 
|| ^.0^0 ^.ov^ ici et la, hither and 
tkiter, i!L*j L* || ^.i^ ^i ^.^ au 
loin, far away, J-«Jl j || ^<^.» & 
venir, future, J.Sr,... . 

^^^■0»J . 2 ^©,louer, to praise, fa)™^- 
r±* . - 2 ^oiLf etre moque, to be 
laughed at, «o (^) dL& . 

- l«e£^oi , heb., alleluia, alleluia, Ij>U* . 

- (l\ooi louange, glorification, praise, 

glorification, ^x. t ^-J ; hymne, 
A_)win, 



- ^.©if j 1° ia , V , se moquer de, 
to laugh at, j. ii^ ; 2° mepriser, 
to despise, Jc*-\ ; 3° louer, to praise, 
j-ju . - 3 ^*LLJ t'i 7°. 

- k*|l^.o*ao ironiquement, ironically, SCfO . 

- |Lai\©t» ; - l&i^oiL moquerie, moc- 

kery, \J# . 

y<&oi ,, /. 1^.01 , ceux-la, £Aof«, vikJjl . 
v &Ao< , eXsios, marecageux, marshy, »JL. . 
^ik.01 ceux-ci..., v. [><» . 

(«J^O»J . \k±* , 1^01 ; - I&L01 , occ. 
Ik&oi , pi. I&la&ko) , marche, walk,^ 
j| U^oi *-» passage, passage, jt || k*s 
|k&ot promenoir, walk, Ju . 

- p^Loi ; - ^ai.01 , coulant (discours), 

flowing {speech), (f&) f*~** . 

- 2 i^oi marcher, aller, to walk, go, ^ 

jU ; s'en aller, to go away, jllajl ; 
se conduire, to behave, dli- ; faire 
aller, mener, to make go, to lead, 

- 1^0) qui marche, walking, ^U . 

- lub.oikM praticable, practicable, iijL*. . 
££<* || '*, |^9 etole, ^to&, JJ^L . 
(a^,oi genre de ciselures, kind of chasings, 

( 1 Ja»ot) . 3 <~»ot{ detourner (les yeux) to 
turn {the eyes), (j^JI) ^ \ ^0 , o , 
negliger, to neglect, J-*1 ; ^» , cesser, 
to cease, tf- JJ>j . - 3 t*.>eoiLL/ p. ; etre 
omis, to be omitted, Qt) iij . 

- |L&i«*o»e negligence, neglect, JL*I . 
fuwm ef ^o, ceinture, belt, jbj . 



o», "?)[j.iva, cap., hemine, hemina, ,U...». 
«,/»/. [T 7 , ^[iiirstov, mo«., demi 
dinar, Aa/^ - rfiwar, jLjj ija-aj . 

I^moi , 0[JLTf)po?, otage, gage, Aorfage, 
pledge, & j . 



&9oi 



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I^moi || 01 ^» d'ici, hence, b* j. . 

^•01 , /., enfers, hell, J_>ll 1 _ r -_»-aJ pit. . 

I^limoi collier, necklace, 3J» . 

1 y 

iXaiOO» ? 3 ia , mecliter a, to meditate 

, * 

upon, j J*lJ ; ^ , chercher a, to seek 
to, <jl ^jv ; is , chercher, to seek, 
i_it ; o , attaquer, to attack, Jp £■ \ 
oser, to (fare, lj»-l . 

- jLaavsoi qui r£flechit, thoughtful, ^k. . 

- [<*»&, pensee, thought, 1 jSCi . 

_ leuaoi recherche, discussion, investiga- 
tion, discussion, iisL. t *i»-L. . 

_ 3 ^aojo^ } ^ j faire songer a, faire 
entreprendre, to mafo 2Ajn/r of, make 
undertake, Jp <u a v t Jp -d»- . 

t*»oiv*/V*>*i eto., ataOp-OtSsC, path., h.6- 
morro'ides, haemorrhoids, y\y, • 

[joi , v oi _/. Ijd, , rar. jot— />*. m. <tf /. 
^01 , rar. .o, _ pron.-adj. dim., 
celui-ci, ce...-ci, this, \Xb ? etc. || u.oi |»oi 
= un |»o)(|>w + uoi) j| «Jw( = o6)po,) 
c'est, j"< t'j, ^* ; voici, here is, li^* || ojoi 
^»» a savoir, to wi*, ^1 || oAs ^w , 
ovis Itoi tellement, a tel point, jo, to 
such a degree, .*»- J! 1 i-i£j» |] Jj« i^»t» 
tel, semblable, such, similar, Jj-Ip « *-yi . 

fjQl 1° etre agr^able, plaire, to 6e 

pleasing, please, <_->*cl < JU ; 2° tirer 
profit, to profit, jlix-1 . - ^wL/ id. 2°. 

- \\Liw , ujoi , agreable, grateful, i JJ ; 

utile, useful, *ilj . 

- k«lI>oi agreablement, agreeably, SJL j 

utilement, usefully, a*J£j: . 

- ILo^joi 0!i ILa^joi , pi. ^o^joi , utilite, 

utility, *aax. ; plaisir, pleasure, 2JJ . 

- |j.*j») utilite, utility, <uAi. . 
- 3 uj*i/ 1° etre utile, to ie useful, «ju ; 



2° tirer utilite, to draw profit, »irJ I . 
- 3 w<mLL? t'rf. 2°. 

Y«J»i ceux-la, those, liJilji . Rappr. ^a^.01 . 
.aioi j m.j»i , eux..., v. 001 . 
v aioi , y»ioi , ceux-la..., v. oot . 
Fallot , Yjvio^QS, cocher, dWwrr, <£ J>»- . 

(£a«£oi , 6-Qo£x~lf)^ J qui recoit, one 
who receives, JjU . 

1 ^ 
**3o» , , 1°, trans., retourner, renver- 

ser, to torn, /Aroif down, p^u i (x-)>_J^ J 

changer, to change, j^ J a , rompre 

(un traite), to 6reaA (a treaty), ^om 

(l-l$c) J annuler, to annul, JJajl ; — 

2°, intr., revenir, to come back, *^-j ; 

se d^tourner, to turn away, Sij\ j cesser, 

to «oj«, Jlu ; c. 1 i^SoiLJ ; — [v. auxil. 

= de nouveau, auxil. v. = again, J«i 

JUJU- j. = ApL*.] ex. ^\ ySm revendre, 

to r««W, 5JL? p-U . - 1 i^3o(L^ p. et r. 

de 1 i-3oi trans. ; se convertir, to be 

converted, ^-Uftl , 

- jA^Soi pervers, perverse, \s^j\ |^a-3w 

_/". ; renversement, subversion, fj** J 
fin, rain, ihU || |6a*Soi |^a d'un 
seul elan, in one bound, 4jji »ji*H • 

- |i&9oi pervers, perverse, '<jij \ perver- 

site, perversity, V\*j , 

- \nBoy , i-3oi , retournement, turning, tJi 

|| |Ad«n^ , l&£»^ en sens contraire, 
in the opposite way, ^-SoJLj II o>a3ov^ 
(mo*) oi&a£o^ ou le jour suivant, 
the next day, Jill J . 

- 1*aSoi alternant, alternating, ^j\^> ', 

pervers, perverse, -*~.li . 

- ^ad« 1° deformation, deformation, 

J£i)i jLj! ; 2° detournement, tur- 
ning aside, (,^e) -bl^ ; 3° contraire 
(subst.), contrary (subst.), (j-£c \ 



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v^»* &£* 



/. |fcA3o, id 2° ; retour, return, fyrj J 
changement, change, >3 ; reponse, 
answer, •~ r >]y r ; objection, objection, 
a J>\_rt-\ ', antienne, anthem, U^i.p I 
j] |a»^> JaSoi colique, stomach-ache, 

- ^a3oi contraire (adj.), contrary (adj.), 

.y>Li. J pervers, perverse, »^^j . 

- &*l&3oj contrairement, contrarily, 

- |Lo-a3o, perversite, perversity, *Jbj . 

. llaoSo, renversement, throwing down, 
^s* ; retournement, turning, u Ayjj\' } 
perversity, perversity, ajIjj ; retour, 
return, fy^-j . 

- p3t»*o || |j*j ^3o»i y.? en un tour 

de main, in an instant, iki- j . 

» .Or* 

- |Laia3o,6sia changement, change, _y£j J 

versatility, versatility, <-Jju . 

■ ^i^Soi echanger (des paroles), to ex- 
change(words),(^^i\)^j\l . - 2 ^U} 
se tourner, to turn (intr.), ^JLiJ ; 
s'agiter, tourner, to be agitated, turn, 
r j; ' j**1 J demeurer, to remain, 
^Si. ; agir, se comporter, to aei, 
behave, Jj^^j t iLL ; employer, to 
«jt?, J~«xJ ; >«*. } frequenter, to /r*- 
?k/i/, «* t _ s L^L»J || U*^. uL&Sope men- 
teurs, liars, j^jliT . 

JaSoi pervers, perverse, »<^j . 
l>toa£m id. ; changeant, changeable, 



|L<ufcvSa3oi malice, malice, <L~>- . 

l&Sooi mouvement, changement, m»- 
vement, change, jyS t, '<Sj>- • revolution 
(des astres), revolution (of the stars), 
j'jj-i ', habitude, genre de vie, 
conduite, custom, manner of life, 
behaviour, tijL. c S.V«« c oL || U£ ^dooi 



reponse, answer, i-j]>>- || |A1cu. iJ&ooi 
dispute, dispute, iblf . 

- t^3o)&M /i. ; habile, skilful, y>l» . 

- 3 iy3oi; tourner, to /am, jbl ; detour - 
ner, to /urn ao«y>, ^U-l ; changer, 
to change, ji- \ traduire, to translate, 
i>rj ; renverser, abattre, to /Arow 
down, overthrow, ?j~* <■ /••** ; conduire, 
to conduct, jli ; ramener, to irj'ng 
iacA:, ^jl ; reprouver, refuter, to 
reprobate, refute, **--> <. ^ j ; empe- 
cher, to hinder, *i- ; rendre, to give 
back, * j ; repondre, to answer, <-^\^-\ \ 
retribuer, to remunerate, lilT . 

i«*&Soi } a7UAfii£, simplement, simply, 

*l»L~u j en vain, vainly, h-c- . 
1 taoi bavarder, to chatter, J J . 
&£« , 67ca:>X0S> prtfet, />?*/«*, /U . 

- £s;io, , />/. i—" ' , ^ap^iac, prefec- 

ture, prefecture, LVj ; diocese, <#o- 
cese, *£~/i . 
[^ea^aas , G^aTOdTY), centieme, A«n- 
rfraftA, 4dl»ji-l ; interet, interest, SJjli . 

i y 

^Ot j joow , se quereller, to quarrel, 

- Ifm dommage, damage, jjj> ; |L*oi , 

/»/. ILiJoi , querelle, quarrel, 4£*\J£ . 

- (iLfoi J - | jjoi , querelleur, quarrel- 

some, e-^- . 
- 3 joif , rf., ^ , 1° nuire a, to Aai7n, 
j jJ>\ ; 2° subir un dommage, to fe 
harmed, ^U . - 3 j«LLf t'rf. 2°. 

- r Joii oi , palpel, exciter, to excite, jUi . 

^^^jwt j > 1° occuper l'esprit, to occupy 
the mind, JUIJii ; 2°, o , m^diter, to 
meditate, j/l! . - 1 ^jo 1 L/ iff. 2°. 

- J^>*' ^ |k^}« contemplation, con- 

templation, J.U . 



I to $ 01 , Sptofcio?, heron, heron, ^ji-I^L. . 
l»o?oi , dcpcopcTa, aromates, annuities, 
j Joe- . 

- Ij&ko) 0) , aromatique, aromatic, Jae. . 
<^»oi , imper. de 1 ^oi> , courir... 
\Li\metc.,pl. o" ', alpSTlXOC; -lla4>ot, 

her£tique, heretical, heretic, Sjk>* • 

- |Lao-4joi heresie, heresy, <&>/> . 

Isyoi ici, here, t* ; maintenant, now, oVI ; 
alors, then, tixs- . 



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lau»}o> chevalet, rack, JSo 



cr*r 



»oi , c. 



»j»y{ , heresie. 



- I^oIm;* , aipsutttTY)?, her^tique, 

heretic, J^* . 

- ILa^a^Byoi , c. uaa*«»f ot . 

^eLfoi la, there, iJU . 

lio> (= l« + U*), **■« 5 maintenant, 
nooj, u^! \ dernierement, lately, liu>- . 

imoLoi j eQog, coutume, custom, oL . 




o 6, 6, 1 ; o , etc., v. J . 

O , conj., 1° et, aussi, meme, and, also, 
even, ^ i LjjI • 

2° mais, but, jZi , ex. Gu]o mais toi, 
but you, cJl jjSCJ j 

3° alors, then, Oj-Lp ex. i*i3 ooio ... *3 
lorsque... (alors) il repondlt, when... 
(then) he answered, jUI (Jj-^) LL - 

4° done, then, Til , ex. ...U&Lo ;Jof , 
il dit : «sot done... », he said: 
"foolish then...", «... Til J*-! „ : Jli ; 

5° en sorte que, so that, <j! P^j , ex. 
uao U^oi a ce point qu'ils oserent, 
so that they dared, jj~*r *r' - 1 *- J' ', 

6° de meme, so, ill AS" ex. ...» Ji**/ 
tS|o , comme... de meme, or... so, 

7° arc, ex. ooal |aa*^Lo fcJLAi elle sortit 
ayant du pain avec elle, she went out 
taking bread with her, >>- l$*y ^-r./*- \ 



8° rej&., et... et, soit... soit, and... and, 

either... or, j\ ...j\ lj...j ||P|osinon, 

autrement, otherwise, or else, S\j 

|| iS|o et, and, j ; ni, nor,^j' } v. 6°. 

o|o et oo lettre waw, letter waw, j\j C>J-\ . 
||o oie, goose, Sjjl . 

|£*jo , ar. jr jj , vizir, vizier. 

****** j 

- |Lo;»to vizirat, viziership, hbj • 

(j|o , etc., bassin, Aorin, j,*- . 

uo malheur! awe/ ! Jj j |[ ^ l.o lsSv 
proclamer malheureux, fo proclaim 
unhappy, J Jj^j J se lamenter sur, fo 
mourn, Jt ^U . 

- ^o malheur, woe, 3-L . 

Uo , jJfS , il.0 , f., pi ^», S^Xov, 
voile, wetY, jli- . 

- l^i-.o e* l^|o , velarium, velarium, 

(JJo) . jjo (m.), jl^o (/.j, il convient, 
il faut, it is meet, necessary, i_j£ c jJb . 



**o — Ho 



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- ]iS.o convenance, decorum, «U ; 

cc qui est du, qui convient (don, 
honneur, etc.), what is due, right 
(gift, honour, etc.), Jj'V <. ^-^j j* *■* 
(-JI t J^l i. »LLc) I! |N.\n*v comine 
il convient, as is right, J^ lT 
|| |kAo 6-a water-closet, water- 
closet, <_ol c-jj . 

- til^o convenable, seemly, Jj"}I . 

- &.U^o , - fiwi(i^.o comme il con- 

vient, as is right, jJj lT. 

- IL&^o convenance, decency, 5»U . 
- 2 iAoL/ convenir, to suit, 3*} . 

|amo esclave, slave, JLc j fardeau, bur- 
den, J*- . 

J*2k.o signe, temps ou lieu convenu, 

* 

appointed sign, time or place, cJj t i«"^ 
4Jp Jp^* oLSC jl J espace ou duree 
fixee, ./£*&/ space or duration, j\ iil— 
i-jw Sju ; refuge, re/a^, l**l* ; terme, 
mort, em/, death, C>y> t J*.! ; pro- 
messe, pacte, promise, pact, jliy t -iej 
|| f 1**.^ vers, aupres de, towards, 
near, <-jj <-j£- \ environ, about, jd || 



9 lia.o ^o de, d'aupres de, from, 
_/rom n«ar, <— j a* ' a* || 1*"*° 6l * a 
lieu fixe, appointed place, jr*. <JL£- . 

_ | p. am fete, yiari, -V . 

- 2 p.o designer (un lieu, un temps), 
to appoint (a place, a time), U1SC) j^c 
b» j ) ; inviter, mander, to invite, 
send for, ^.AwJ t Uj ; r assembler, 
to gather, »*■ . - 2 **oL? se rendre 
(au lieu fixe), to go (to appointed 
place), (^UJLi Ji ) *»-_>j ; se joindre, 
to join iot7A, a^»-I ; etre present, 
to ie present, j^- ; dire adieu, 
to tafo te, (a<) fjij . 

- ILai^ota* action de se rendre au lieu 
fixe, act of going to the appointed 
place, il-J.1 Ji v^ • 
i&ao , ar. i_jii j , legs pieux, ^wtw bequest. 

|)fo rose, row, jjj || |pe~» |^to chry- 
santeme, chrysantemum, b\j>3\ . 

Ilfo sanglier, wild-boar, ,j j -?.'j*~ • 

}Wfo artere, artery, db Ji \ racine, root, 
ji»- ' nerf, n«"w, «_.., rt c . 

\Lt>\o , />/. £»o , feuille, leaf, *»_>j . 

jio ( = £uo ) etc., etc., ^\ . 




I 7, 7, v ; > x , etc., v. I . 

l>|| , c. y.[ , lettre zain... 

p|| faussete\.., v. \Su\ . 

\a\ , pi. toftlf, <»t*|3(X, cuirasse, cuirass, ?jz . 

1 i&\ , , doter, to endow, _#> . 

- lC»i dot, dower, ^ . 

ly&af , /, plat, dish, i«J ; (Lto»| :<f. ; 
/wu& (6 statures 1/4, 6" jtaferj 7/4, 

ILaf , c. \LAi"\ y corbeille... 

IbJ 1 fumier, excrement, dung, excrement, 

- 2 ^a|i fumer, to manure, (^.) Jjj . 

1 ^ 
V"^' , , acheter, to buy, ^j^\ \ 

racheter, to redeem, <_$.*» i r^-j<-\ . 

- ^aaf acheteur, buyer, pl^ . 



- ~»a| p. p. ; (Ll^i esclave, slave, -U j 
|Cvua| achat, purchase, *\ji. ; r achat, 
redeeming, <j->i ; f-U-^-l || jAaaa ^»| 
acquis a prix d'argent, go/ ./or 
money, JUL; i_*— ^» . 



|L&Lk3) achat, purchase, » 



Lr* 



- ^3 1 , ^| ; - lZa| i<f. ; marchandise, 

merchandise, SpLL . 
- 2 ^? vendre, to sell, f L> . - 3 ^|f />. 

- lilapa vendeur, salesman, *?Li . 
-p-aol ; - 11.0130 1 ; - ILaiiAf im vente, 

V I "> ) , ^»i , 1°, ?«., temps, ft'w, C-*j J 
age, tf^ff, j-^p ; caducity, fragility, 
caducity, fragility, i_ia<Ji ie,-. <. JljJ j 
2°, or<f. f, fois, ft'me, S^ J |6oa| , 
/»/. .— .13^ «/ |k-L3| , fois, time, ~*j» 
(ex. |C~ Ikpl une fois, once, ly) ; 
adv., autrefois, formerly, IxaS J| ^aja 
une fois, once, »j*~ || ... ^=>n> ... ^»= 



1*1 — ^M 



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tantot... tantot..., sometimes... some- 
times..., ... Tj^k ...ljjl» || OvO^d ^3| 

en son temps, in due season, -ciji j 
parfois, sometimes, LiL-l II Jia| *a de 
meme age, contemporain, <?/" fA« same 
age, contemporary, ^L* sj-JI oli ^ 
|| ^Ixa | ^»L|L> de nouveau, again, 

■k^ o- ■ 

- hl»|i ; - Uu^T, temporel, temporal,^} ', 

passager, passing, Jij . 

- b*pa>\ temporellement, temporally ',Ljl-J . 

la^l" , c. Ifc^i , poix... 

(^») • ^*4.*^l verre, glass, *>-U-j . 
J^t clochette, small bell, ,j*ijr • 

-P*^t , PI- I , (&-• j petite clo- 
chette, small hand-bell, j^* ^jr . 

■^v^l , s^M , tinter (oreille), to tingle 
{ear), (uiT) O,^ . 

(t^l) . k^ois^i petit enfant, little child, 

- r »^i^»|/ , etpalpal, redevenir enfant, 

to become child again, ^iUI Jl jlc , 

x , r * 

W^^» , , retenir, empecher, to hold 

back, hinder, *i* t dL^I ; faire taire, 
to silence, C-5C-1 . - * »^ >|/ p. ; etre 
obtur<§, ferme, to £« obturated, closed, 
JUil i (it) ^ . 

- 1{»^( inhibition, inhibition, «^« . 
- 2 fc^( reprimander, to reprimand, 

- 8 i4L •/ *d- > empecher, to kinder, *L* . 

- )»°t^J gorge, throat, j^» . 

^fcOjJJ 4 Jo^f, ^J^ du, juste, conve- 
nable, </ue, ,/iirf, proper, JjU t v-«ri» 
jJ^I J f., il convient, £/ is proper, jJj J 
jijl* pi- j parents, relatives, i_>jl»l . 

- |loj{ juste, jitrf, J^U . 



- k*}a)| justement, justly, J-Uo . 

- |Ln*o}| justice, justice, Joe . 

- U>1* ce qui est juste, du, oiAaf « jurf, 

due, ir ^-\ J t JjU _j* L ; droit, right, j*-; 
loi, prescription, law, prescription, 
j»\ i iojj-i ; devoir, duty, >-*-lj J 
tribut, tribute, \ j*- ; |ka»|* aumdne, 
a/ffu, iJ-U. || ^t^f ^» comme de 
juste, of course, jl'Jil ,_*«>. . 
- 2 io^ reconnaitre juste, justifier, to 
acknowledge just, justify, j _r t J-U» ; 
etre persuade, approuver, to be 
persuaded, to approve, J* c»L» t <<^»l ; 
attribuer, dormer, to attribute, give, 
Jatl t (j-ai ; ia , gratifier de, to 
favour with, j Jp jcI . . 2 i*jji[/>.: r. 

- Ja*»I juste, jwf, JjA*» . 

- iLa&tyi justice, probite^jtu&g, probity, 

•jly t ,j-»"i*»-l ', saintete 1 , holiness, i-lji J 
aumdne, alms, Si-U» ; bienfaisance, 
beneficence, r£ . 

- M»»o| justification, justification, j j3 j 

aumone, present, a/mj, ^i/i, i)JU* 
5jA* ; legs, &gafy, ^Jiij ; lettre 
d'affranchissement, letter of enfran- 
chisement, j jfi- 0L4-I . 

- |LojLO))ix> justification, Justification, 

\/Ot*} . \lo\\ , |«mi , splendide, beau, 
splendid, beautiful, J~i- t ^ ; glorieux, 
glorious, XJt- ; pur, chaste, /»ar«, chaste, 
•JlJ*- i j^o \ prudent, prudent, *£*- ; 
|fiuott /• ; subst., vetement splendide, 
splendid clothes, ^-Li ^U . 

- bu.^oi^ exactement, exactly, 5jJj j 

parfaitement, perfectly, jUJlj . 

- IL&'Oir splendeur, splendour, »L(- j 

int^grite, integrity, JlT ; purete, 
chastetd, purity, chastity, i_!»Ua c Sjl^t J 
excellence, excellence, Uoe- . 



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■ 2 u«t rendre splendide, pur, to make 
splendid, pure, T^>U> t U1»L- tL*- *1»»- . 

♦ 

|mo»i J ^jiooif fetide; /«/«/, Jo . 

- ILowoif J m ILusooiipuanteur, stink,*i\x. 
- s jomi' rendre fetide, to make fetid, 

(Ju) Jo . - 2 »oi»i; P- 

i. $©») , r j briller, resplendir, to shine, 
be resplendent, VStf t *l . 

- |£j>oi| illumine, illuminated, jL* . 

- lyoii splendeur, splendour, »Lf- ; lu- 

miere, light, jy ; fleur, flower, lyy . 
- 3 jin? , c. 1 »oi| ; Heutir, to flower, jMj\ . 

- | UfotS splendeur, splendour, »lf ; rayon, 

ray, fl«i ; torche, torcA, Jui* J fla)"., 
splendide, splendid, ^ . 

n. (}oii) . \i*oi\ en garde contre, in guard 
against, j» j-U- J* ; prevoyant, pro- 
vident, ibt ; attentif, attentive, <Si* ; 
is , respectueux de, respectful of, 
J Jail* j sur, trusty, j«l . 

- bl\i+&\ surement, prudemment, surely, 

prudently, *S^ i li\A> . 

- |Lot*mi precaution, vigilance, precau- 

tion, watchfulness, j i»- t ^j*^ ; garde, 
guard, 4j1^- . 
- 1 toil circonspection, circumspection, 

- 1 »oi»l/ se garder de, to 6««wre o/", 
j,. jj*i ; o , veiller a, to take care 

- 2 »c*f mettre en garde, to warn, 
(~) jj~ - 

- Ijiof mise en garde, warning, ji£- ; 

circonspection, circumspection,^ \jv I ; 
prevoyance, foresight, J»l~»-t • 
• 3 t<*\i instruire, to instruct, (jJ) i* . 



\\«t\ venin, poison, ~* . 

1 |o| ; - 1 w.ojif ; - 2 w.o>if enfler (i»fr.)» 

to swell (intr.), iiiil . 
(|o|) . t&.ot , /f/. I&lloi' , angle, coin, 

angle, corner, li^i iajjIj . 
I^aoI creme du lait, cream of the milk,*iij . 

J^pf , SeOyos, joug, j>ofo, j* ; paire, 
couple, /»air, couple, *jL1 t »» j j ; char 
bige, <ax> horse -chariot, OULa»- U^tf 5Lfe 
|| l^of t^ rnari, husband, ^jj ; du 
meme age, o/" fAe $am« age, jJIoISj^j 
compagnon, companion, jJj . 

- lH^of pair (nombre), eoen (number), 

*-.»■»> J en distiques, in distichs, Jp 

- 2 »^or unir, to um'fc, **; • marier, to 

- ILft^op* mariage, marriage, g\s j . 

- IfLl^of pt , pros., metre de 14 syl- 

labes, metre of 14 syllables, ji jv. 
«ki» jJ* *»ij' • 

- k^oo? mariage, noces, marriage, wed- 

ding, if j* ' rl>J ; accouplement, 
coupling, ^Ijj ; les epoux, husband 
and wife, oU j_^Jl . 
- 3 ^o(/ unir, to um'fe, *s* . 

- |Lal^o|L£ki , c. ILft^opo . 

fl^ol , ornith., pigeonneau, jwang pigeon, 
engager le combat, to start the fight, 



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l>o) j *' /• IL»«>( 9 vivres, viatique, pro- 
visions, viaticum, ji~i\ ilj t Oji . 
- 2 fo\ , 2d. ou i* , approvisionner de, 
to supply with, i ij j . - 2 >o>l/ ^- J »"■ 
^oltof , />/. ^>of , ^(iBlov, signe du 
zodiaque, «^n of the zodiac, ,y ^j 
dliill -rjj ; tour, toz«r, ry . 



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(|i»l) . r u|ott/ > etpa'li, se pavaner, to 
strut, jv*J> j reclamer, to claim, i_.lk" . 

!('•), mon., poids, drachme, drachma, >p 
jbi j 1(0) /i/. ; argent, money, JL. . 

l^iot , m., jujubier, jujube-tree, v_>LJl Sjjf?. 

1 9 
***' } i— oM , se mettre en mouvement, 

to start, i\jd • affluer, to y&vtfj ^I»Uj ; 

s'elever, to arise, *a>j\ J s'eloigner, 

to go away, -bol j se deinettre, to 

resign, ( _ s ««=^l . 

- |~©t procession, pompe, procession, 

pomp, if-l (. J>\jL> . 

■ s uu| porter avec pompe, to carry 
solemnly, ^L J*- j porter, to carry, 
J*- ; emporter, porter en terre, 
to carry away, bury, v-jIJvJI Jl Jj- i J*- j 
exalter, celebrer, to «a/*, celebrate, 

- ^Jo| pompe, pomp, if-i ; enterre- 

ment, burial, £* . 

}>t*o| mil., tourelles d'attaque, attack- 

turrets, j^jW < - J ^;/ • 
1 >Q| , )oom , retentir, to resound, ,jt> j 

faire retentir, to maAc resound, jl»l . 

■Ra/>/>r. 1 jo[ . 

|wof , etc., ^trtjJLO?, jus, juice, S j- . 

1 
\1 , v oii , nourrir, to ,/««/, oli ; four- 

nir, to provide, <jjl . - 1 ^>fLL/ /». ; r. 

- (ja*f nourricier, nourisher, 3 j I j . 

- |Co*i soutien, support, a-ic ; vivres, 

provisions, -ujj* . 

- popo nourriture, food, j»Us . 

wjo| , poi , ^--oi , /., />i. uajot « 
|fiw»>of , ^Mvyjj ceinture, £«/f, ilk.. . 

1 9 
^■1 , '*»i» , se mouvoir, etre mu, to 

fc in motion, to be moved, (^) £^>- t fJ^ J 



etre agit£, trembler, craindre, to ta 
agitated, tremble, fear, J^j\ i V.A - *' 
(J»U- ; etre fou, to be mad, j»- . 

- J-klJ perturbateur, disturber, ^Li- ; 

terrible, terrible, »;* j tremblant, 
trembling, ^~j» . 

- },&*a*[ meprisable, contemptible, JJ i . 

- |_£*f effraye, frightened, ^ ji j terrible, 

terrible, *±j» j habile, skilful, y»L. . 

- |^oi , <xoi ,/>'•[ rf p j mouve- 

ment, motion, '<&j>- ' tremblement, 
trembling, JljJj ; tumulte, tumult, 
*\jije- l terreur, terror, ?jj • voyelle, 
vowel, <^j>- ; \-±o\ pi. ; facultes de 
Pame, yocu/Ziei {of the souT), Lr ki\ k $^' } 
\b±o\ terreur, terror, 9-jj II |_Io|y 
terrible, terrible, *t mJ * . 

- \-\+\ tremblement de terre, earth- 

quake, *yj>j\ «J* . 

■ 3 Mb»tf mouvoir, to move, La^ t\j>- • 
produire, faire, to produce, do, LiJl 
i^o- ; faire errer, to ma^« wander, 
*jj J eveiller, to awaken, JiJji j 
troubler, terrifier, to disturb, terrify, 
i^-tjl t JaU j vocaliser, to vocalize, 
(-i-)'V • - 3 *-TLL/A, r. 

- \Lajx*\L&xmov.vement,movement,'£jf- 1 

mobilite, mobility, -olSL.1 j\ iij£ ; vo- 
calisation, vocalisation, Cj\jS^i\ db yf- . 

- r Mk^l , palpel, remuer, secouer, 
ebranler, to move, shake, stagger, 
£> J t J* t (-i*) 'ly - *U jif />• ; r. 

- |L<u.(jk.po •pk.^.ot agitation, agita- 

tion, h~j . 

\3o\ , f, StTGcoTTO?, 6ot., hysope, hyssop, 

lS^SoI sorte d'oiseau aquatique, /ttW 

o/" aquatic bird, jL jaL> ^JU . 
1 i*f et 1 o>o| desirer, to d««w, t-ij . 



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IJoi , m., pi. |;o| et |Lio| , poing, poi- 
ga6e, fist, handful, ii»- t ^iS3l «*■ j 
main, pouvoir, hand, power, iLL t Jb ■ 
massue, c/aA, lx^ . 

- 1 >oi , , ou 1 jf 9 prendre, tenir, to 
/aAe, AoW, dL~. ; JU-I • jeter, to 
/Artw, ^.j • frapper avec le poing, 
to j/rifo iw/A *Ae fist, p j batonner, 
to ca^<?/, LdAJL fcj^ . 

- I jopo , e//. |Ljow , massue, c/aA, Jj^. ; 
-ILJoii ou jkl?opo ^/. ; coups, 
blows, £>{ijj> , 

L>«o| , anat, tibia, /tAia, Uli . 

Jojo) barque, bark, <_jjU . 

IjLoi mets offert aux demons, dish offered 

to the demons, (jvLLiJI »Xjlm <>U» . 
|&*$o_t , en/., kermes, farmej, ^.i • 

|k*ya»| pi. ; vetements ecarlates, 

jcark/ clothes, *j>j» ul^JI . 
U~l , en/., criquets, crickets, ^x^- . 

- Uo~t petit, vil, jma//, wfe, _^5>- t >w» . 
(^~l) . \kL | c&ente, «&ri*y, ic^. . 

- * Alt)/ etre accable" d'outrages, to Ae 

laden with insults, fLdl 4JL ■:■-/• 

- 2 ialf stimuler, to stimulate, ii*- . 

-l&~o| excitation, excitation, <La~ . 

"4? , l&»f , * fc -> /■» /"*/*•> gale, peste, itch, 
pest, o_jcli» t •tlfr . 

M4? «*•»#• /"'«* li"', ^TQ-nnp-a, blame, 
blame, {j) ; faute, defaut,/fl«//, blemish, 
i^aJu t ILL. • question, question, Jjj- . 

- 2 *if blamer, accuser, to A/arn^, accuse, 

i*t , <;, ^»i j Icttre zain... 

|o*l , a*) , 1<> splendeur, beautd, splen- 
dor, beauty, J]^ i ,1^. ; 2° - pi. ^Lf- 
vetement, garment, <_>jJ . 

v^a-| , mm., mercure, mercury, jjj . 



pMI , bot., ivraie, darnel, b\jj . 

- ILaiui inutility, inutility, I-tfli *i* , 
\*\ , /•> lettre zain, letter zain, ^ j Jj^LI , 
ji*f armure, armour, iLi. II jLj" c^ 

carquois, quiver, o»- ; arsenal, 
arsenal, 5*JUVl 4JJ^ . 

- 2 planner, to arm,(i.)«L - 2 ^»t/ /'•;>'• 

(*a*JJ. ^ efc . } faussete,/airt/y, OU,. ; 
fraude, mensonge, /raHa", /w^iTc^SC • 
scorie, slag, ii->- . 

-tfalf faux, false, jjj. t ^.ilT ; 
menteur, liar, LjlJiT . 

- Ui3|f faux, false, ^ilT , 

- )Loi3|f faussetd, falsity, o\^- . 

- 2 A* [falsifier, to falsify, «Juj ; accuser 
de mensonge, to ac««e q/ - /y^ 

tromper, to deceive, Js. . 

" r ^*W ' 'tydlan, &re tromp^, to Ae 
deceived, £.£1 ; tromper, to Serine, 
jtt j faire semblant, to pretend, y\]£ , 

\k*\ tempete, tempest, il^U ; m^teore, 
mefeor, V L^1 j |&a*( foudre, lightning, 

Iv>) collier, necklace, 3J& • couronne, 
crown, JJTi ; ( ?) anneau, ring, iJL~ . 

16-T, m., 1° olive, olivier, olive, olive-tree, 
by.j'j? ' Oji j j 2° olivette, o/i'oe- 
^row, o^jj oli-j II Itui" 6yLa id. 2°. 



etre pur, innocent, to Ae />ure, 



innocent, jj <. ^L ; etre justifie, to 
be justified,^ j j vaincre, surpasser, to 
vanquish, surpass, JU 4 <_JU . - 1 i^, 1 //i. 

n' " • ' 

- |La3| innocence, probit^, innocence, 

probity, oLI s »,!_/ j victoire, victory, 
jLaXJl j trophies, trophies, <bJ. . 

- fL&uAt^ defaite, rfe/ea/, ic j* . 



>ft^l — J»t 



- 2 i*af juger innocent, justifier, to hold 
innocent, justify, (*i.) \j t j j ; rendre 
vainqueur, to maAe victor, jiii\ . 
-Zjk\\\ p. 

- pj>\ innocent, innocent, *&j ; ^ , 

quitte de, quit . of, j. ^ j J U *".. ; 
vainqueur, victor, jilt . 

- I L o*3 1 innocence, innocence, et\j . 

- iLoitSfpo justification, justification, 

j„j? • 
- 3 uSrf justifier, to justify, (.i.) \j . 
(pi) . | ja»i mort evoque, person called up, 
^■X~** c-f ; devin, diviner, »LiI. . 

- 2 tsf exercer la divination, to practise 

divination, *»liJ . 

- t^sol divination, divination, ? jLij . 

^^.J j "^p j monter (plateau de la 
balance), manquer de poids, to rise 
{scale of the balance), to lack weight, 
■MJ j J* ' (^W *J&") CjuujI ; etre mepri- 
sable,to be contemptible, J j ; etre lascif, 
to be lascivious, ^s . 

- Ueiki indigne, unworthy, J*l ./*• J impu- 

dique, /«wf, j*U . 

- (u£j petit, meprisable, little, contemp- 

tible, joi*- t j\i-*> ; impudique, 

* fi^iL&f impudiquement, lewdly, Sjlfu . 

_|| »vx[ insignificance, insignificance, 

oUj j impudicite, lewdness, »j^c- . 

- Of r «' Dt roseau, jwo", i~-aJ . 
- 2, ^( amoindrir, to lessen, (jj) ^> ; 

injurier, to rm'fc, ~> ; souiller, to 
a»7, j-i* J porter au libertinage, 
to prompt to dissoluteness, te-^ii- 1 J* J#- , 
- 2> fc&.»l/ vaciller, to vacillate, ^iJjc J 
etre vil, to itf vile, Ji ; etre impu- 
dique, to fitf fcztirf, j^c . 



- fcsLol souillure, .rtaz'n, ^Jj . 

■ 3, %l|J rendre leger, to mai^ /igA*, 
>Jiiji- j rendre vil, to nwA* wfe, 
Lkj^Jia- j mepriser, to despise, Jtz>-\ . 

Pi , «fc., /., X,vXt\^ temp6te, tempest, iL»U . 

JL ^^ I eclat, splendeur, brilliancy, 

splendour, »lf i *\J> . 
m 3 ^if briller, to jAi'w, A ; faire bril- 
ler, to make shine, A\ . - 3 i^L|[Lf 
etre eclaire, to £« lighted, jjS . 

- iLa^ji , pi. \Lk££ , splendeur, 

splendour, »lj- . 

fot^f abreger, to shorten, J»-j' • 
« 4 lw^»l/ manquer, devenir pauvre, to 
fe lacking, to become indigent, Jci\ i ^^aii. 

- lio^po court, short, j~o» \ rare, 

rare, _pl» J pauvre, /wwr, jUi . 

- ILoto^pa brievet£, shortness, juJ ; 

manque, indigence, /acA, indigence, 

- Ifo^o? penurie, scarcity, ^jom J ban- 

queroute, bankruptcy, ^-^1 ; trou- 
ble, disturbance, SJLL . 

l ^ 
SM^f 1°, * (r., arroser, mouiller, to 

sprinkle, soak, JL 4 ^j ; 2°, ' , tn/r., se 

repandre, to pour, ^-tljl . - 1 uAji; /». 

- (-"-'v i lamelle, lamina, UJ^ . 

- ^ii.| effusion, outpouring, jliAJl tji^ . 

tt?V,) induire en erreur, to feao" 

£«to error, j-Jjl ; pervertir, to pervert, 
0-il . - 1 >o^ji/ etre infl^chi, d^vi^, 
to i« inflected, deviated, iU- t J«jl . 

- |xuS.| oppose, opposite, ^-Tl^ ; per- 

verti, depraved, -uli . 

- ILuo^t obliquity, obliquity, rj*^ • 



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M*^( , gram., voyelle *, vowel », ' Sf^-. 
|a^.( depravation, vice, depravation, 
vice, ._** t li^UVI .>Li . 



>! ^' , , puiser, to draw, <S>J- ; 
epuiser, to exhaust, (.i.) f- j j verser, 
to pour, ^^> . . 1 <&^j /». 

* 

- M^.| et 1^»X| patere, «//>, ^-iT . 

-■^^jl/ etre repandu, to ie poured 

out, i_^L_ji . 

l ^ 
i. > 0> > >F , , puiser, to draw, dj- \ 

vider, to empty, {^) f-i . 

- )£&\\ } or. |£&i, } /i/. £x»,* } 

coquillagc, shell, J>-U> ; huitre, 
o>.rfer, jUt . 

ir. ^^i ? , orner, to adorn, j^J . 
- 2 ^is» peint, orne, painted, adorned, 
ui> ' ol^-* * - 2 ^i»t/ se parer, 
to adorn oneself, j^jT , 

- l&^ot ornemcnt, adornment, ij j j 

cmbellissement, beautifying, J_. jtf . 

(^t) , kAT eclat, ,/farA, .Ui j rayon, 
ray, £L£ . 

- U2±\ splendeur, splendour, »^»- . 
- 3 u&.|/ faire briller, to make shine, «il . 

l r 
i. ipi) , ^P , resonner, retentir, to 

resound, ring, bj i (Jl.) ^j* j tinter 

(oreille), to fr'ng& {ear), (Oil) ujj, 

- I^omi murmure, murmur, j jj- • son, 

sound, £->j-*> j tintement, buzzing, ^ _jj . 

- 3 jo|*/ resonner, to resound, (jJ) ^ jj ; 

faire resonner, to make resound, jkl . 
-( r ^ot»f , palpel) . !-i^S|»pa mages, 
magians ^yt . - r x!»uf etre chu- 
chote, to Je whispered, {£) Ij -J i , 

ir. 1 ^oi , Wv , Her (la vigne), to tie {the 
vine), (f>3l) Ljj . 

- laa>»i bride, bridle, ^ U- . 



|&»t , pi. MSf , cheveu, hair, j*Z . 
|ao»| , a , ;j.Y]YjiaTa j onguents, ointments, 

v »oi»f sorte de venin, Wnrf of poison, 

(i-»i) . jl^t, *fc., pi. «•'', /., ^Tjfita, 
dommage, damage, j jj, • peine, 
amende, penalty, fine, io t j^Loi , 

|k*i| neige, jbok;, ^L' ; gelee blanche, 
hoar-frost, *J>~a , 

(yo|) . |a»|M lampe a huile, oil-lamp, 

jl^*»| oa jl^t , CTpilXY], lancette, lan- 
cet, »,.ii.» . 

\^°'/ • k-^l invite, convive, guest, 
table-companion, JS'lj* s _j*-U • pre- 
pare, prepared, -U. . 

.!■**■■ ■ ... 

- |Laj*jo| invitation, invitation, »je-i . 

- *^«| inviter, to invite, ^z * exciter a, 

to impel to, Jc il^- • preparer, pro- 
duire, amener, to prepare, cause, 
bring, i *U- 1 ^^ ; a* I . - 2 J»)|^.;r. 

- ILaiuaii* instigation, instigation, r\j\ , 

- |x»oi invitation, invitation, tys , 

l >- 

i^O» 5 ' 9 chanter, to jiVzg, (a-) Jp 

(-) J^^ - 

- |Lt**t chant, 5on^, Jj/ ; L^i • 

psaume, psalm, jj*y> ; hymne, 
hymn, aJLJ . 

- I*4»| chant, jo«^, Jj/" 4 5-^1 ; mu- 

sique, music, { j^-y \ fete, feast, 4-c . 

- IfM}^ psaume, psalm, jj*y* . 

- 2 ;»f chanter, to Jtn^, Jjj t Jc ; psal- 

modier, to cAanf (psalms), jv.i^.1 j^L • 

- |iv»po j - |»ao( chanteur, singer, ji. 

J^. ; psalmiste, psalmist, j\ i_j-L* 



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- lixoi chant, song, JJ/ t »Up ; psal- 

modie, psalmody, <j . 
- 3 i*a\l faire chanter, to make sing, aI**- 

( l«J'J . |kJ{ courtisane, courtezan, SJlj . 

- |Lttl>J fornication, debauche, prosti- 

tution, fornication, debauch, prostitu- 
tion, JUL. t SjUi c, Jj • idolatrie, 
idolatry, ^L^»"ili SjL* . 
- 2 J| 1° etre debauche, to be a debau- 
cher, j»j ; 2° deshonorer, to <&7k>- 
now, r^a$ . - z <-.i»u p. ; r. ; c. a ui 1°. 

- (lit , pi. ^*C-j( , debauche, whore- 

master, j»\e- . 
& , J , or. ,J , genre, facon, maniere, 
kind, way, manner, j£i t fy t ^-i*- ; 
qualitd, quality, i^»U- j style, style, 
•lii^l py j gram., mode, mood,ljy» 
J*il1 ; |I^| , ^| , pi. ; mceurs, 
customs, t-jW j| Ja^a ulj) machines 
de guerre, engines of war, v.v* - ^"j" 
|| JLj) ^*J|» varies, varied, Oy-yZ* . 

- U±i) varie, divers, varied, diverse, 

- [LaHj\ diversity, diversity, J»~te»-\ ; 

quality, quality, i^»U- . 

U<aj| corbeille, basket, J-xij . 

J^jl cliquetis, bruit, clashing, noise, 

~*J? i iZSJi*- * choeur, ordre, chorus, 

order, iJ, t i*il» . 
*>>! priver, to deprive, ry . 



|(j{ «f lt«ol , ^wvaptov, ceinture, £iWfe, 



-V> 



C 1 y}\ 



- |Cjp« petit, imj//, /iH/e, /m . 

- |Jj(* } lit., manipule, maniple, -L> J . 
1 uw) } * , jeter, lancer, to 2Aroo>, ./frng, 

jA) * ^j J rejeter, to drive back, r-J* ; 
enlever, to take away, 9j . - 1 iajj|J/>. 

- I&j'i jet, throwing, ^.j . 



r >xMt| remuer..., v. - 1 *.) . 

2 >o*l reprimander, to chide, (-»*) t-ol . 

- UL^oi accusation, accusation, g^J, . 

L * 

.S . * 



>wJ , pousser, to ^usA, «» . 

- (Axyif se facher, to be angry, iUUL-l . 

* 

- b^ldo^f avec force, vehemently, *yt . 

- Ja*i.(remue(air), stvrred[air),{*\y) ^Jl» j 

courrouce, wroth, Ja^U j terrible, 
terrible, <-J>^f- . 

- b»l&*^l avec colere, wilA a/i£*r, <-— ii> . 

- (Lfti^l ardeur, heat, *>-l ; vehemence, 

vehemence, <** . 
-( 2 <&L\) . |LU indigne, indignant, 

- \lLxo\ oppression, oppression, U»- • 

indignation, indignation, ]aJ- . 

l y 



1 , } crier, to cry ou/, ry^> \ 
retentir (trompette), to sound {trum- 
pet), (3y) Jj . 
- |b>a*t clameur, clamour, £-1^ . 
- 3 iAi.|J crier, to cry out, ^j* j 
- 3 iaI|LL; etre appele, to ie ca/- 
led, j.s . 



IL&iavpa ens, screams, r*s* . 



i r 



» V 1 9 r } devenir petit o« peu, to 
fcfeome small or _/^«;, JS t j*~e ; 
manquer, to ZacA, ^jam . 

petit, ims//, >w» ; peu nombreux, 
few, jxJI J~li ; ayant peu (de), 
having few, little (of), ... JJGi _ji j 
iaJ.| aAj. et est. m. ; adv., peu, few, 
little, Jii ; |&i>a£t /»/. /. ; petites 



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*M 



choses, little things, iaJc ,Lil 
|| |6-jai.^ brievement, in short, 
jLai^L || jai.^ \}f pas peu, le plus 
possible, not a little, as muck as pos- 
sible, flL=JL1 jJCL tjjj ji. || }a^| £ 
au minimum, a* the very least, J»VI Jt. 

- k*/ jai-l <■* bu^ya^i peu, /t'tt/e, few, J-li . 

- |Lofn.| petitesse, faiblesse, smallness, 

feebleness, Jiw t j**> ; petit nom- 
bre, fewness, JJi ^-i* ; enfance, 
childhood, VjA> . 

- 2 »>[ reduire, faire petit, to diminish, 
make less (jj)jk*> i (Aa) l ytji ; md- 
priser, to despise, Jk^-\ , » 2 ;ij|//>. 



■*»*>»( , c. 2 ;>i ; rendre pauvre, to 
make poor, Jti\ ; prendre peu, to 
take little, few, %ii JU-I . 

\i&\ et \L&\ j /., />/. £s( } poil, cheveu, 

Aat'r, bristle, jJ^ <■ j j . 
^&\ et ^sf } indef, telle chose, telles 

choses, such thing or things, j\ t^J. 

iiliS »Lil • quelques, some, ^yi** 

|| ^£|o S&\ et ainsi de suite, and so 

i r ' • 

1 {3| , , sentir mauvais, to stink, jo . 

- | joSf ; . ItsJ" fetide, stinking, Jo . 

- \loir$\ puanteur, stink, iila . 

t&3l , /., poix, /n'toA, Jm . 

(<*t) . It^oiof anneau (de porte), door- 
ring, (^jUI) iiU- . 

lo| , y., outre, leathern bottle, jj . 

1 *■ 

■ ^ f^ > , ,1° elever, suspendre, cru- 

cifier, to lift up, hang up, crucify, tij 
t (<i.) jic j 2° soulever, exciter, 



to heave, rouse, <1^- <. »ij J 3° labou- 
rer, to plough, <->j>- ; 4° se lever, se 
dresser, to rise, stand, ^..atil t ^-Lf J 
5° etre crucifie, to fo crucified, 



perseverer, to persevere, c-j . 

- JSoai qui crucifie, crucifier, <_JU<» ; 

juif, >OJ, tfij^ . 

- laJ>| dresse, /(/&</ up, *£j. ; crucifix, 

crucified, yjLu ; haut, AjgA, Jit • 
prdtentieux, affected, 9±* \ ardu, ar- 
duous, jt-j i subst., croix, cross, 



- b^.\Suj>\ cruellement, cruelly, 5jLJu . 

- |Lo&*j>| elevation, raising, «j j j sou- 

levement, heaving, «j j j crucifixion, 
crucifixion, <^_L» . 

- ^op* dleve, A15A, «i^. ; ardu, ar- 

duous. 



- |LoAj>p» hauteur, height, jl* . 

1 r 
W^' , * 3 tisser, to weave, iiU- J compo- 
ser, to compose, (*1«) iJJI . - 1 ^>i//). 

- I9&01 tisserand, weaver, viUU- . 

- |Lo)ox>( tissage, weaving, iTLs- . 

- |(af tisserand, weaver, >iijU- . 

- Ifaoi tissu, toile, /wji«, /tn«n, -—J j 

contexte, ensemble, context, whole, 
£_>**■ <■ JL-* • 
|Nof aiguillon, £oa<f, <_ri»^ ; baguette, 
rod, i^-Ji . 

- 1 6kO| ? aiguillonner, to goad,^^-. 

- JLo«( aiguillon, gcarf, ^r^ . 
o>3|jl , c. \k't' f \ , girafe... 

l y 

^$ y ? , presser, comprimer, to press, 

compress, y-s;- iJnkJ> ; obstruer (une 
porte), to stop up (a door), (L>b) -U- J 
exciter, to ur^«, ti-»- * hater, to hasten, 

- l^*f| oppresse, oppressed, jeji^o* j 

resserre, narrow, J~J> ; rapide, 
rapid, gj* . 



L>| — a»i 



* *. 



- ILoa-ji 1° pression, compression, 

pression, compression j~a»- i J«i~» \ 
2° oppression, violence, oppression, 
violencei <_>.<*£ c Jo . 

- Llao»| W. 2° ; affliction, affliction, 

ijlT ; foule, crowd, -> . 
-Ls}| pression, pression, J«** ; foule, 
crowd, •> ; affliction, affliction, LIT. 

- 2 tajf presser, to ^r«j, j-"- . 

1 ^Jl , , resplendir, to glisten, 'S/^Aj . 

I^»l et \4^\ brillant (ceil), shining (eye), 
(,>*) iiw'i/ * rougeatre (vin), reddish 
(wine), (JL-j) j**\ ; min., topaze, ami- 
thyste, topaz, amethyst, c~i> c JU-^ j . 

1 t>1 j contraindre, to constrain, jv«-l . 

- ^?0}| suffocation, suffocation, Jb^-i . 
lyyf cotte de mailles, coat of mail, j ji . 

*V ctre vaillant, to ie valiant, J-j ; 
- 1 lJ( , , rendre vaillant, to render 
valiant, ^UU *1»- . 

- |Uyi fort, vaillant, strong, valiant, ^y 

J*-U , ardent, vehement, ardent, 
vehement, L*~ » i i jl*- ; agile, rapide, 
nimble, rapid, >ij* ' J*~iJ * .Jlji^ . 

- &*/u}| ardemment, eagerly, *j\^- . 

- |Lou»t force, puissance, vaillance, 

strength, power, valour, «JLj i Sj-tf i 5^5 ; 
agilit6, agility, iLii c i*i . 
- 2 ljl armer, to arm, (.i.) ^L- . - 2 |J»|? 
se revetir de puissance, to array 
oneself in power, S_^iJL; ^-Ij^ . 

t*jf , m., cuirasse, cuirass, ?j* . 
|ka-»»» pluie violente..., v. i3J( . 

( 4 ^S$t) . 4, %J>»ji/ s'enorgueillir, to 
become proud, j&5 ; se glorifier, to 
g/ory, .u^c ; oser, to daw, j_^- . 

M^JjT, ap<rsvix6v, arsenic, arsenic, jJj j . 

l&^t girafe, ftraji, «ljj . 



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^■V , * j semer, to joki, £■ j j ; engen- 
drer, to generate, oJj ; disperser, to 
water, (a.) 3ji . - 1 ^\t\l p- 

- |-i.oj| semeur, sower, 9 jlj . 

- |-ij| semailles sowing, f j J J disper- 

sion, dispersion, Jj^ij . 

- Li. j[ , «.)), 1° semence, graine, 

se^a", grain, ._-»- i jL ; 2° semailles, 
sowing, 9jj ; 3° descendance, 
famille, descent, family, iUL i L ji j 
U»t pi. 1° et 2° ; descendants, 
descendants, JLil ; |&^yf champs, 
fields, J_yU- ; |&**<H descendants, 
descendants, jLJl II |_vj| ;_=> semence, 
seed, jJL . 

- \ta\j\ semence, seed, jAj j Liax$|^/. ; 

legumes, vegetables, jJi*- . 

- Luxyt seminal, seminal, iSj'j • 

fiSJl) . ^>|^tf| avec force, violently, Ijh . 

- \L±*i\ et \t>A*i'\ , />/. |&L , pluie vio- 

lente, violent rain, 4j-Li Jo* ; c. 2e Ji«i>. 

- |Lo&*tt vehemence, vehemence, *-*■ 

»-Li j tempete, storm, ULeie ; elan, 
push, f'liJj! . 

1 u»J| , , disperser, repandre, to scatter, 
spread, c-Ii ;^i j relacher, to loosen, 

- |Laa-j| dispersion, dispersion, JjJJ j 



divagation, divagation, 

- 'kOfl \ - d toj if disperser, to scatter, iA* . 

\&i\ vert pale, />a/« ^r«««, 7«jli ^r^-' 5 
bleu, blue, Jj jl . 

- ioy|{ , ar. Jjj! , bleu, blue. 

IL>I , L^, , pi. \3) , ^ , *U* , ^. 
empan, span. _y^ . 



1 




u. 8, 8, A J t- , etc., v. I . 

|Lo|~ , Lo^l , f, beurre, butter, SJb j . 

pU vfhemence, vehemence, »Xl • vio- 
lence, violence, ijue t i_^ap . 

- k*|£|~ avec v6h6mence, vehemently, 

- l*i£|~ violent, violent, i_i-^ . 
I. |j>l_ roseaux, r«rfj, i_«J . 

n. |j>l_ libertd..., v. ;— . 

\\.\\L , c. |L;*~ , camp... 

|k*$ll , /»/. Ifc-j^ } canal, canal, 2 Li ■ 
fosse, />£*, l-j- . 

1 ^ 
I. *- "^ •» , i^&mj , s'enflammer, to be 

kindled, «--U • etre cher, to i* dear, 

f>> oir . 

- it.***, cher, ami, dear, friend, y Ja 

- k.j.-u-v„ amicalement, kindly, iil-Uu . 

- |La-i.i.. J! yLo-i.->.. toi, cher ami, 

j'ou, cfecr friend, (jju»- L iT-il . 



- pa-i> * - |1V-Xm menu bois mort, 

small dry sticks, Lr >L ~* . 

- \k&~ amour, love, i_j- II .cL-ia*** vous, 

bien cher, you, dearest, y J*" W*' ^' 
|| e^a k3cul-> bon gr£, mal gre, 
willy-nilly, U^T jl U^t || )^-*v 
v oo>acu. du pain a volont»S, bread 
at will, s\JS jXm yj- || (scu. ".a ami, 
friend, JjJ-^» . 

- l\<(d-u. avec amour, with love, <^ . 
_ l.i-tfi., aimant, amical, loving, friendly, 



iff- 






■ 2 ^-x-»- aimer, to love, ^a~\ • embras- 
ser, to embrace, (^.) JJ t jjU j 
caresser, to carwj, Jb j exciter a 
l'amour, to «c«'to to to»e, J* i*- 

- )">*>«!.. embrassement, embrace, <iuL>u . 

- 3 ia— J 1° aimer, to tow, >_-a-l J «^» , 
pr6f6rer a, to ^re/er to, J* (.i.) J-^s • 



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2° etre satisfait, to be satisfied, ^j . 
- s k=lHl} p. P. 

i- , enfler, bouillonner, 
to swell, bubble, Jt c iiiil . 

^-a.** , ' , 1°, tr., abattre en cou- 
pant, en frappant, to beat or cut down 
Ja->- c «U j frapper, briser, to strike, 
break, ^S t Jj • 2°, intr., tomber 
(grele), to fall (hail), (v.) i«i- . 

- x ^Lj.i p. 

- |ft«~»«i J - IQ 1 **" violente (pluie), 
violent (rain), (_^») JIjX^ . 

- (ft,-- abattage, gaulage, cutting down, 

beating (of trees), Ja-»- t *ia» . 

- l£oa*J» c/ I^UaM baton, stick, Lac . 
- s '0-^- frapper, battre, to strike, 

thrash, ^>j~* <■ ^>- J briser, to break, 
(-L.) ^ . - 2 v£aIl.//>. 

|k*al t f, cap., hib., bath, bath, do ; 

amphore, amphora, »jjjU . 

l ^ 
*^ 2> «» , " , fr., 1° meler, confondre, 

to mix, confound, Id*- t t- J- ; 2° unir, 

to join, **- j 3°, ^ , ia , repandre 

sur, to pour, spread over, Jp jo t ^lil j 

jn*r., se meler, to mingle, JJx>-i . 

- 2 ^L.Lf p.; r. 

_ fci») »!.-■>., confusement, confusedly, 

- |Laa»a.» j - )■>->- 1° melange, mix- 



fare, r-!j«! J 2° union, union, *»- . 



- M&a*. id. 1°. 

- iyLjC.^/r. 7°. - 2 ijk-Hp. 

■ r^a^. par' el, rendre amer, to 
embitter, j j* . - r i^i»;-Lf ^. 
Da- , "^a- , corde, cord, J->- ; cordeau, 
measuring line, ^LJ.1 J-»- j filet, .snare, 
aSCJ j flamme, ^smc, .--A ; part, 
portion, **a*- j region, region, ij-li J 
troupe, /roo£, Ss^i . 



- tl-tV^!. plante rampante, creeping 

plant, ii/ <£-j . 

I. ^^** , ', 1° etre en mal d'en- 
fant, enfanter, to feel pains of child- 
birth, bring forth, CjOJ j t cJL»- • 
2° concevoir, to conceive, j cJLj- ; 
3° desirer, to <fc,n>e, j <-~£-j . 

- IkL. douleurs de l'enfantement, foV/A- 

/»an^,oJyJI*'U-jl ; affres (de la mort,) 
terrors (of death), (o^l!) Jl_^*l . 



-8 ^ r 



1°. 



n. Ua*. corruption, destruction, corrupt 
Hon, destruction, \J\ji- c jLi ||>k ^a*» 
malheur a.. ! woe to..! \ .. J Jj j II ■"■^■»- 
iA ^a_ malheur a moi! woe unto 
me! ! Jjj ||l.(*jo|j oi.N-*>.. malheur 
a fidesse! woe to Edessa! SfU^ll Jjj . 

- ^.->» perverti, perverted, xJi . 

- |LA»a» perversite, perversity, jLJ . 

- 2 ^a« corrompre, alterer, to corrupt, 

alter, »jZ i J— si ; violer, to violate, 
jwii J tuer, consumer, to kill, con- 
sume, ^il c Ja j nuire, mal agir, 
pecher, to Aarm, do wrong, sin, <^iT 
IW1 c duf- »L j avorter, to miscarry, 

- Ua*. corrupteur, corrupter, 0— a. j 

destructeur, destroyer, ^>j<- . 

- llaa_ ? c. Us-, j pestilence, pestilence, 

>Ij_j j injustice, injustice, ib j viol, 
ra/>e, i_~*oa ( two . 

- |iia M B>» corruptible, corruptible, JjIj 

jUiJl . 

- |i i"^-^ corruptibility, corruptibi- 

lity, jL»ill iijli . 
(ba. interet, interest, SJiTL* ; gage, pledge, 
j»j j dette, </e£f, ,jo j retribution, 
retribution, SUISC . 



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tP y 

>l "* »• , f |6o=u. 5 paresseux, lazy,o~&~^ . 

- 1 ^JL[ 6tre paresseux, to be lazy,^~£ ' . 

-"^•.L/ cesser, to cease, i_jay . 

- |na- paresseux, /ay, l)^L5 . 

- fc^) ii*\ .. paresseusement, lazily, J-5-o . 

- )Lnii->.. paresse, laziness, J-T . 
- 4 yi*\»L/ 5 etpa'lan, etre, se montrer 

paresseux, to be, show oneself lazy, 

- 3 ^su./ repugner a, to feel loath to, 
Cr J» • 

1 r 
O ** j , * r -> presser, to ^reu, ^**>- j 

pousser, to /rcwA, urge <?«, ilo- c ■« j 

forcer, to compel, jaA j —intr., 1° se 

presser, to squeeze, f-*j\ • 2° se 

hater, s'empresser, to Awry, Ai/rry 

aioMi, £jLj c J« =-*' • - 1 »a-Lf/». ; r. 

- I j-=*- serrdj ii.gAf, j_j-^- ; plein, /u//, 

oy* • ji. . -k .. gateau au miel, 
honey -cake, ^jv^*- . 

- I*a~ J - U<a^> foule, presse, crowd, 

throng, pUojl 4 «#- . 

- I p« voyelle » , vowel * , * ~<S j>~ , 
- z *a- j c. **~ intr. 2°. 

1 tft*>» embrasser, to embrace, jJL . 
(*a~ ) . !»■*>.. dense (obscuritd), dense 
(obscurity), (r^ty J>X> . 

- |£al obscurite, darkness, ?•& ; fosse, 

pit, IJ&- . 

- Ija^— , lyo^M, , |^n->... fumee, 

smoke, jl>o . 

J^-** , **- , /• ILjiu. , compagnon, 
companion, jJ> j (l'un) l'autre, (one) 
another, j^\ (-^1^1) ; autre, other, ji\ 
(ex. otLj->»\ (3(.3 tw^a entre une 
pierre et une autre, between one stone 
and another, *j*-j j»l- ,>j) . 



p^a- ue compagnon, of companion, 



• *** r 



U>^~ , adj., entre compagnons, 
between companions, Jlij ,^u . 

- ILoj-a- societe, society, iST^i . 

- 2 ta- , j«a , etre compagnon de, to 
be companion of, jitj • prendre pour 
compagnon, to take companion, X£\ 
tjLij ', ^* > fixer (les yeux) sur, 
to fix (the eyes) at, JI (-c-ju— a.) ,«- 
- 2 *»-L{ > ^ , s'associer a, to 
associate oneself with, iljLi . 

- I^a- enchanteur, enchanter, jlj j 

exorciste, exorcist, (.i.) * j*. . 

encre, in£, ^- , 
IUa- plaie, .rare, £__^- . 
I^a- cardie (laine), carded (wool), 

, , empnsonner, io imprison, 

Ji^l ; cloitrer, to cloister, Lrr »- j 

assi^ger, to besiege, _ r *»U- • contenir, 

retenir, to restrain, keep back, _)»• 

tfJL — -1 j contraindre, to constrain, jv-\ • 

buwL , soumettre a, to subject to, 

J A~i>-I . ■ 1 ua*Lj /». ; r. 

_ [ioa.. j a^ - ., general, general, ^U j 

|C^.aa-. , qqf. |fe*ai- , /. ; subst., 

prison, prison, y? j cellule, cW/, 5JU ■ 

grenier, loft, isy> . 

- [*:>«. assi^geant, besieger, j~f\£- \ 

defenseur, defender, ■»!i^ . 

- \*.-\„ moine, ermite, monk, hermit, 

,j^»- 4 ^-*b ; |6>».L. /. ; cloture, 
enclosure, i—-tf. . 

- ) «j n a«i , c. |»-->- . 

- |Ln».i„ 1° reclusion, reclusio^^A^-S', 

2° captivite, captivity, ^\ j 3° siege, 
siege, lj*t>\£- , 

- jia~ id. 2° et 3°. 



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k^a 



|-""*-- prison, prison, ,y£ . 
• 9 ua.| soumettre, to subject, *-»>^l . 

|>a. brin de bois, brindille, sprig, twig, 
|£*a*aL , pi. \bZl ' et \" ' , e«f., scarabee, 

■ y 

i. A^£* fete, feast, x* j assemble de 

fete, foule, festal assembly, crowd, Ji* 
j^^- i -Ue j march£, market, «/?£• J 
i^. , ar. r»- , pelerinage a la 
Mecque, pilgrimage to Mecca. 

- ^^— solennel, solemn, Jla2>-I ; qui 

se rend a la fete, one going to the 
feast, JL-JI J! ^IS . " 

- U1m festif, festal, ^X* . 

- [s^. temple d'idole, idol's temple, 

- 2 i*^. cel^brer une f6te, to celebrate a 

feast, J-aj Ji^-I . 

- )ii^.iio de fete, festal, ^ -Up . 

- Cm^II^Im solennellement, solemnly, 
- 1 1 *■•-■■" celebration, celebration, 

- l*s^a~ solennite, solemnity, ^Lk»-I JLc . 

II. J«^» retranchement, intrenchmentf^j^ . 

(ci^.) . ia^(~ ef do^. , chambellan, 
chamberlain, 1--W-U- . 

1, V^> , j entourer, to surround, j iUl ; 
tourner autour, to go around, tiy- jij ; 
errer, to wander, »\j . 

- ^^- sinueux, winding, -r j»^> . 

- k^ , V^. ,/., perdrix,.parfn'4g<?, J^». 
(u*^.) . t«t»sy boiteux, lame, -rj-\ . 
lm^ , zool., hyrax, hyrax, jtj . 



*« ^ »* , j 1°, tr., retenir, empfccher, 
to restrain, hinder, «i* c j»«i- ; rendre 
boiteux, mutiler, to make lame, muti- 
late, f JU- i rjc\ ; 2, intr., boiter, to 
be lame, rj& . - 1 ^«.L//>. ; deader, 
to deviate, ^U- . 

- |*~^- boiteux, lame, -rf\ . 

- |Lo»«^ claudication, lameness, -rjt- \ 

empechement, impediment, *i* . 

- 2 i^. rendre boiteux, to make lame, 

- It^>» boiteux, lame, rj\ . 

« 3 ^./ boiter, to be lame, limp, ry- ; 
, 2. " 

r 

( R. v-/ ) [adj. numeral, numeral 

adj., i-U -*l ] un, premier, oiw, first, 

Jjl c -U-lj • = art. indef, un, a, 

( jS^l «IjI) J = aay. indif, un certain, 

a certain, *>-\j ; |J» y. J = aoY;., 

d'abord, ,/ir.rf, Vji || *1 JJ personne, 

no oik, -U-i V || *_ V tSf pas meme 

un, no* «>«« one, -l»-l Vj (^ || IC**» 

aussitdt, directly, SlU- || li~i , j&our 

|U ^o } et ot^oo , to". || |C- i^*/ en 

m6me temps, at the same time, cJ^\ j 

•Jl j || ^ulL |^_ rarement, parfois, 

seldom, sometimes, UL»-t ;TjiU || ^.jL v- 

ou ~**L «.> ^^ , double, double, Ja*-J> 

1 1 jJa > 1^ ♦- quadruple, fourfold, io j 1 
cAj* ]| |(aiu v~ centuple, hundred fold, 
J*»J> 4X. || [aoi *L combien plus, Aow 
mucA more, i £j*-'^\{ f || W»A >- 
combien moins, Aou> much less, Jii -T 

|| |->--« ^. dimanche, sunday, X>~\ 

|| J*i<u. .ao ^. un cinquieme, a fifth 
{part), ^ |j ^I» Mojil lU une 
ann6e sur quatre, one year out of four, 

-jjl J*, i^. j| oa^ lv» une fois sur 



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*♦»• — ' ♦*» 



dix raille, once in ten thousand, j* »j* 
J»VT Ijis. || {a»|& I^ma en un mot, 
in a word, S-U-lj <JS^> II rep., *L *L 
chacun, eocA w, A»-lj JT j un par 
un, one by one, 1ju-1^» Tju-1 j ; Pun... 
1 'autre, entre eux, one... another, bet- 
ween themselves, *^oj L. i j^i\ ...o»-I^JI • 
|v» I*- id. ; une fois et d'autres, once 
and again, j^j ~» j* . 

- (*?- les uns les autres, one another, 



i>— 1 



- Li**.**. , /. 1 6— , quelques-uns, peu, 

some, few, <J*li» t ,j-i*JI . 

- ILa***. unite, unity, tJ*-j • solitude, 

solitude, i\jju\ J union, union, jI*I . 

- Lo,— unique, unique, Jj ji J solitaire, 

solitary, jyL. j singulier, singular, 
}jk» i -iiji ; ...uj£». d'un seul..., 
of one... alone, Jaii ... ju-Ij <l . 

- (V*Lt»*. singulierement, singularly, 9fj 

-bj* J gram., au singulier, in the 
singular, JjiiU . 

- ILo^j^. singularity, singularity, jl^iil j 

gram., singulier, singular, sju , 

- 2 »J. unir, to unite, (-i.) J^-j . 

- |Lo»**>m : - |»*a» : - |Loi*t*.feM union, 

union, «*- . 

- 2 i-»-.L/ , c. 2 *-.L/ . 

* • 

I. I **• ef 1 u^> se rejouir, to rejoice,*- ji . 

- fi^^«.~ joyeusement, joyfully, rjju . 

- \1'*L joyeux, joyful, ^J . 

- lLaljl joie, joy, ^j . 

- !Lo»- , Lo»*. , |o«~ , id. ; plaisir, 

pleasure, SaJ • iLo^L />/. ; fHes, 
feasts, jLc! . 



- 2 <-C-— rejouir, to gladden, ,-yil j 

saluer, to £r«*, J* (.i.) JL . 
>*i»tU,/ p. 

a. 1 (C- amasser, to heap up, «*• . 

ILo»~ , /., pi. ILSj- , silo, ji/o, « jjJb* . 

L^o *- garcon d'honneur (mariage), 
best-man, (^JjJ j) uwy J convive, 
£""*> jrAJ . 

I**- » pl- IL5j- *< £»**• , poitrine, £«aj/, 
jA-rf. |[ jl^.. l£ ou *a cuirasse, 
cuirass, 9j* . 

»■■»*•*- , /• IVsav- , onze, eleven, jis. 0»-l . 

- &. «* »*. de onze, of eleven, jt* 4»-l j. . 

l ^ 

• * 

^♦-** , , entourer, encercler, to j«r- 
rouru/, encircle, .Ji^fl t j I.U-1 ; faire le 
tour, errer autour, to go, wander round, 
iij>- »Ij i (J^»-) »JU» J mendier, to 
*<5> ■i* f J aux., = de nouveau, 
= again, SJlS = («. ovl^lmi }JL*j il 
la reprendra, he will take it or her back 

f \}y j» , = adv., tout autour, 
all around, i#*- JT j^ . 

- |L}**. cercle, circle, »J\i ; enceinte, 

circuit, jlLj J fourrure, ^r, ijj . 

- ljo»- mendiant, beggar, it^ . 

- 1^^. ^.^. ; />. a., entourant, surroun- 

- 1 j*-. mendicity, begging, Jj-J j 
choses mendiees, begged things, 

Olhii7..i» »l— 'I , 

- |^&» , t«f , cercle, tour, pourtour, 

ctVc/«, circuit, circumference, lj\s t jit! j 
sphere, j^A«r«, lj~ ; diademe, rfta- 
rf«n, ^IJ ; breviaire, breviary, \+J? . 

- k*li*o. en cercle, in a «'rc/e,«JtL- « Tjjj . 



»♦- 



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- Lojja- circulaire, circular, j- 

encyclopedique, encyclopedic, **U- . 

- b^\.t))&— , c. b^|^x» . 

- |}t~ , c. !$►- J lieux environnants, 

surrounding places, Sjjl£ i^.1 j 9^. 
(q$*. />/.) oa <-•>♦— , prep-, autour de, 
round about, Jj>- . 

- \LfoU. gond, hinge, I j j . 

- 3 j,_-/ faire tourner, to make turn,j\i\ J 
entourer, to surround, > i»U-l J aux., 
= de nouveau, = again, iJlj = 
(ex. ia&> ^^30 il sort de nouveau, Ae 
goes out again, i-jlj r-^) || oom j*-/ 
retribuer, to remunerate, (.«-) y»-l . 

1« * 
*»*^»» etre oa devenir nouveau, to if or 

become new, Tjujl-- «_^»1 jl jlT • aux., 

{ex. y*+^W\ L*- etre fait recemment, 

to ie done recently, li-i*- (#) -i.*) . 

- |L*L , L^. , pi. |L«5 , nouveau, new, 

Jj o»- ; jeune, young, d-j-i»- ; novice, 
novice, IjX^, ; |L»- /. J. ; (^. - e. 
uA«kIy) Nouveau -Testament, jVea»- 
Testament, JjJL»- -L$p ; ILL,— /. />/. ; 
nouveautds, novelties, Cj\s-X^ . 

- &w|L*~ de nouveau, again, iJlj' ; re- 

cemment, recently, JJi JL. j = ad;., 
nouveau, new, Aj-i>- . 

- ILoLt*. nouveaute, newness, *i\±»- . 

- |Lot» (= ILLov-) epouse, wife, "*>-jj . 
m 2 L^1 renouveler, to renew, ja»- j repa- 

rer, restaurer, dewier, to repair, 
restore, dedicate, (*L.) jij c ^j c tvL»I ; 
innover, to innovate, f-ijl ; aiiv., 
= de nouveau, = again, SJtf = 
(ex. Lls L*~ reconstruire, to build 
up again, SJIj ^ ) . - 2 L»~L/ />. 

- |Lya- renouvellement, renewal, -b-Lf J 

innovation, innovation, ^-1-IjI J dedi- 
cace, dedication, ^S-iJ . 



I JQ^»J . 2 ual montrer, faire voir, to 
show, manifest, jj\ t j£>\ ; simuler, 
to feign, > jt^u ; rendre, produire, 
faire, to render, produce, make, JpI i ~xj1 
j-Uol ; informer, to inform, (^) t_j/i ; 
raconter, to re/a/e, (a-) j^ J trouver, 
to discover, 0»-j J battre (monnaie), 
to coin, (^lijjuj trl/-" II <H*A> ^a. ua_ 
y Y*/ faire semblant de, to pretend to, 
jLi y.liiT . - 2 u.aLL/ />. ; r. 
-|uoidt delateur, informer, ^ilj J 
|bZu*a~M arguments, arguments, 



- L>o&~ manifestation, manifestation, 

jl^tl ; demonstration, demonstration, 
iju J apparition, appearance, jj£ . 

- Ib^aoL , uo~L , />/. |k_»a-L , id. ; 

exemple, example, Ji« . 

ti *' " * ■" ' 

- ILaJLiOuubsM , c. \*ox~ . 



oimi , 1° etre inferieur, 
vaincu, to be inferior, vanquished, Ji- 
(jf) i_JU ; oo , etre impuissant a, 
to Ae powerless for, ^c y~s. J etre 
dans la peine, souffrir, to be in pain, 
suffer, i-jio c JiUij ' pecher, to sin, 
1L>-I j — - 2° £tre condaiiine, to Ae 
condemned, tAe^ai ; devoir, to owe, <ulc . 
- 1 »->.f.LL/' ta*. 2° ; ^i , incomber a, 
to 6e incumbent on, J* ^-^J 5 ^ tre 
convenable, to become, <iV [j iA ka~ 
j'ai pech^, / Aaye sinned, CjUj^I . 

|->-- />. a., y. ; d., il faut, it is neces- 

Lao— , iai. , du (subst.), due, £- j 
L^aZ. />/. ; p6ches, jinj, LilU^ J /. 
jbool defaite, a"e/ea<, jL^ol j dette, 
rfeif, ,j.j ; faute, sin, iUa>- j| |£m 
|aal t^i ou |bk3&« creancier, credi- 
tor, Jli . 



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|i->i«l,k» du, owed, i_-»-|_> ; ndcessaire, 

necessary, iSjj^i . 
, 2,^^ vaincre, to vanquish, i_JU ; 
condamner, to condemn, Jt C>- . 
- 2 <a.*«.L/ p. ; etre renverse, to be 
overthrown, {£■ \ 9 j~e . 

pkL. infdrieur, vaincu, inferior, van- 
quished ', v_A* ' J*'-" > coupable, 
digne (de), guilty, deserving (of), 
J>^-> i 'fjzt- ', debiteur, debtor, Oy_s*; 
ou ou \sxL. abs. ; il faut, it is 
necessary, i_-jf J il ou elle doit, he or 
jAe owes, Lie «l <»J* . 

ILa^u. deTaite, defeat, jLSj\ ; con- 
damnation, condemnation, Jp C^ j 
culpabilitd, £at7<, S-jii. il L»— - faute, 
sin, itJ»>- . 

)-wo.. condamnation, condemnation, 



(»^. 



.* * T * .. ' 



La&~, /»/. (lao. , tenebres, darkness, CjjJUi . 

i. 1 <>^« , k^**<J , faire le tour, to go 
around, J^»- <_jli» ; circonscrire, to 
circumscribe, -w 1 J»U-i . 



. ." _ •« 



&^*~ , fis^- , pi. I&^a- et |k*^0~ } 

cercle, drcfe, I/la ; sphere, sphere, 
~ȣ ; halo, Aafo, j^*U ; troupe, 
troop, *ij . 
- \^~ limite, bound, -U- . 

n. 1 s^- j v^a*»* , P» j craindre, res- 
pecter, to fear, respect, rjv-\ <. >_— r .. 

|0s^. } pi. J^L , alhagi (plante epineuse), 
alhagi (thorny plant), (iSoli «J) r-U- . 

[ik^o*. idole, ufo/, -j> \ temple, temple, 
JSL* * gardien de temple, temple- 
guardian, JSL* ^jU- . 

(»-) . '«— unir. v. v» • 

j}&~ diademe, diadem, J& . 

(lau.) . ||'&~m ville forte, fortified town, 



l *- 
**»&*» se rejouir, to rejoice, rj. 

_ u^.o- joyeux, |W, ul*-,* j aimable, 
fa'nrf, ^i^ij ; — deplorable, deplorable, 

- &*L~»a~ joyeusement, gladly, -rju - 

- |Lo— .a- allegresse, cheerfulness, rA-f-i' * 

affabilite, affability, iitij . 

- 2 i_-o-L; etre joyeux, to be glad, rj. 
\L*~ ronce, bramble, J_Lc , 

l^flt** fil, thread, Si^- |[ l£>~^ l£«^ ^» 
tout, ewry <AiM£, »^i jT . 

■ 1 *§— , <4,a— » , coudre, to «it>, i»U- . 
■ 1 k£— LL/ />. ; etre uni de nouveau, 
to ie reunited, (v^) -^' • 

- )$•- couture, sewing, -ii~£- . 

- 2 ifr.- coudre ensemble, joindre, to 
sew together, join, *x- i iU, j- . 

- 2 ^1Ll7 p. 

- 1^ 1 '" tailleur, tailor, -kl~>- . 

- ILa^l*. couture, sewing, ±lJ£ . 

^a- } /»/. |Loa- 9 serpent, serpent, *-/— . 

- |k»o&u serpent femelle, female-serpent, 

|LoL.a^ strabisme, strabismus, i_i_y- . 

J i— . limer, to ^if, ^/ . Rappr. 1 i-*. . 

pa- , ar. dUU- , tisserand, weaver. 

i. IL. sable, jamf, J^j . 

n. Ill oncle maternel, maternal uncle, JU- . 

^aa\o-grand lezard, it^ lizard, xSbfsj*-. 

L^oo~ ventre, A«//y, j^k; . 

1 —. , c. 1 ". , etre misericordieux... 



i. < ftrt » } utiMi avoir pitie, to pity, 
Cf- ', ^ t epargner, to jr/»aw, j ji/ ; 
Js ? s'abstenir de, to refrain from, 



{ft*. 4*0*. 



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n 



- liba*&~. misericordieux, merciful, dj^-. 

- bM^ifikMo^. avec clemence, with cle- 

mency, uli£ j parcimonieusement, 
parsimoniously, rJLi . 

-JLoiJWalL 1° misericorde, clemence, 
mercy, clemency, ol*- t iijj ; 2° par- 
cimonie, parsimony, ^i . 
■' ' r • ? •*» •"■ i« 

- ballot o_ misericordieusement,. wrei- 

1 im. a Dieu ne plaise ! God for- 
bid ! ! LiU- J] t £ (Mo que soit 
loin de nous le fait que..., far be it 

from us that. b\ U LiU- |j l£ vm! 

... v f ll;j» ^o que le Seigneur me 
preserve de..., may the Lord preserve 
me from..., ...j^» <_jyl ^laix.U . 

>k , iAa^j , laver, to uuuA, J— £ . 



Ii9a» ,/., poignee (contenu), handful'*. 

*** , i &a »* > 1°> fr-> serrer, tendre, to 
tighten, stretch, Xi < -ki-J * affermir, 
^tablir, to strengthen, establish, (a.) aLj 
r UI; — 2° A;r. -i^lLL/ A 

- |t&» fort, strong, isj*, constant, cons- 

tant, £~Aj ; rapide, ra/ittf, uj- . 

- &*!*&» etroitement, narrowly, J-^f-^j J 

fortement strongly, J-lij . 

- |Lo*-» fermete,jfrmwjj,4j^Le'J vigueur, 

strength, SjlS ; ardeur, eagerness, J»Lii . 

- 1*1. lien, io««/, J»Ij j ; bandelette, 

bandelet, *~r*e \ linceul, shroud, l y&" . 

m 2.J!, serrer, to tighten, ^J> • affermir, 

to strengthen, (.i.) c-u ; reparer, 

to repair, ~U»I ; guerir, to cure, Ji j 

|« S- feuilles de palme, palm-leaves, ^jJ- ; 

i* ■* - 

Ua*. natte, ma/, •_>. 



(ia.) . la**, grincement, grating, j j~o . 

- 2 ia»- faire grincer, to grate, j^i^-. 

[a^. , uta_ , marche d'escalier, .rtoir, 
J- *>-ji ; treillis, trellis, *ij*£ . 

- a a»alL/ Stre divise, to ie divided, Ij^. 
|ab. (R. ta-) ligne, /in«, Jo* . 

1. ' 
V** , »»•»* , a"., ia , regarder, voir, to 

too* a<, j«, ^b t jkj j etre tourne 
vers, to /o«, Jjli ; ia , faire atten- 
tion a, to give heed to, <JI -ulil * ta , 
envier, to envy, JU»- ; attendre, to 
expect, Jkj\ j vouloir, chercher a, to 
on//, «ei, ol «_JI» t jijl j gtre sur le 
point, to A* dieu/, <iXi>j\ j penser, to 
/Ami, jScal ; ** , se garder de, to 
beware of, ^ Jub»-I . 

- !•&•» envieux, envious, -»j— *- . 

*■ |Lo*a~ ostentation, ostentation, »L> . 

- f£aL , >L. , 1° regard, toot, jlii ; 

vue, sigA/, y-oj J 2° spectacle, jpec- 
tocfc, jlii» • 3° exemple, example, Ji« . 
-1(1. uf. /°. 

- 3 hu»/ faire voir, montrer, to jAouj, 
point out, g j I (, ^4];! ; tourner vers, 
dinger, to turn towards, direct,^ jtal 
(<i») 4»- j j regarder, voir, to tooi a/, 

^CL*» gtre ou devenir blanc, to be or 
become white, ^j^j) . 



- |yal blanc, wAito, 



a*z>. ] 



vfitement 



blanc, white coat, u ^jI ^ j piece 
d 'argent, .ri/zvr coin, i-^ai j^ii 4«U j 
|L?a~ y. />/. ; cheveux blancs, white 
hair, ^j-ijl jȣ J pains blancs, iwAi'to 
loaves, 



•UCjl 



*'» 



- |Lo*a» blancheur, whiteness, ^Lj . 

- I»a- J ■■ IfiujaoM peuplier, poplar, jjr~ . 



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hOM. )4i> 



- 2 $a- blanchir, to whiten, ^a-i ; laver, 
to wash, J—i- * etre blanc, to A« 
u>Atfc, (j-irfl J s'habiller de blanc, 
to be dressed in white, (j-JLJI ^ . 
- 2 io~L/ ^. ; r. j gtre purifi6, to 6« 
purified, ^ . 

- 1 joa- incandescence, incandescence, 



C, Z »a- 



" 3 W 

- IJojo- tache blanche a l'ceil, white 

spot in the eye, ^*ll j »U*j *»i> • 

Uya_ pois-chiche, chick-pea, ^a*- , 

Uj ;&», 200/., porcelet, young pig, _^> jjys-. 

|i_i oa ||'y£ abime, profondeur, abyss, 
depth, J^ t S^a . 

- \'u- galeux, mangy, tj^J . 

- \LS\'£. y path., gale, mange, i-yr . 

JJ-*» voir, to j«, t^l) J »* , regarder 
avec malveillance, to regard with ma- 
levolence, J^ai »j-j jkJ ; visiter, to w«7, 
j I j J pourvoir a, to provide for, * Ai \ 
prendre garde a, to take care of, j'i£- . 
- 1 w»t*.L/^. ; se montrer, paraitre, to 
show oneself, appear, j£> t ^*\j . 

- |&2»t- yeux, eyes, bys. . 

- t*oi~ J » Uw spectateur, spectator, 

A* Li* ; prophete, prophet, ^ . 

- |L&*ov» vision, sight, i/jj . 

- \li~ visible, visible, jJaL» * remar- 

quable, remarkable, Ja$\ J»w». . 

- tu|<^ ouvertement, openly, ij+>r . 

- lou. , pi. |o£ et Pom* , 1° vision, 

vue, vision, sight, S-U&IJL. t *i'jj j 
aspect, aspect, *~* ; spectacle, spec- 
tacle, jk-. ; — 2° miracle, miracle, *A 
|| )o)-*a , c. t£\*y* || ^joi<. tua the- 
atre, theatre, 7^" y . 



-ill- vue, sight, j-u . 

- |l£- , /, ^/. |Lt , c lojl 1° ; visite, 

visit, "*MJ • 

- l*w*» , It— » , vue, sight, j^u j exemple, 

example, Ji. ; |&*p»m miroir, mirror, 

- |i.t~kM visible, visible, jj*£* . 

- blfciLk* visiblement, visibly, l^lt . 

- |L*i*i-kM manifestation, manifestation, 

■ r i*(oUL? , etpe'al'al, se donner des 
airs, to swagger, ^ytlJ t i-JL? . 

}ai- tonneau, cask, J-v . 

l£oi~ apre, rough, ,jiS- . 

I you* pommier, pomme, apple-tree, apple, 
r\Ju 1 Uju J^tf" j ana/., pommette, 
cheek-bone, i-»-j J chapiteau, capital, 
*yf- t-Ij j petite sphere, 5ma// gtoA*, 

\¥\- pore, #£, ^ jU j] \ik \UU sanglier, 
wild boar, is j j >*• . 

- tl**V» porcin, porcine, ^j'j*-. 

- ^ hW mois de juin, jwrrtA o/* JuW, 

- |y£L porcher, swineherd, j^jU*-,^tj . 
1 J«U. amputer, to cut off, jw . 

1 r 
*^J«»* , * , 1°, 2</., ceindre de, entou- 

rer de, to gird with, surround with, 

1 iL-t c j Ja»I ; munir de, to arm 

z«'/A, (Ju>) }*? ; fortifier, to fortify, 

(a.) j.**- J tenir, to AoW, di— • ' soute- 

nir, to sustain, x*. ; (sangler, d'ou) 

partir, (to ^irtA, hence) to go away, 

J^' (f a* ' f >■) • - 1 ^^L/^- 

- |La£ii depart, starting, J^Lil . 

- laov» voyageur, traveller, JL^ ; ana/., 

diaphragme, diaphragm, v^**" * 



IA|» 



102 



-*&*w p.p. ; p. a., ceignant, girding, 

3-x*- , etc. 

- \o~ 1° lien, bond, i»b j ; 2° ceinture, 

belt, jU j j 3° soutien, support, J*- ; 
\Lb\~ id. 2°. 

- lioot» depart, starting, j^UI j emi- 

gration, emigration, S^l** . 

- ItoutM ceinture, ftri/, jUj . 
- 2 to)-» , c. 1 iam* 1° ; resserrer, to 

tighten, Ai . - 2 uatLl./ r. 

- ^i— voyageur, traveller, j»L^> . 

• ' ' ' * i* * , * * <* . i*"'* 

prunier, prune, plum-tree, plum, • j? 

( inn ) . |Ly «l — «. , L(^u* , pi. I L ***-•• , 

gateau, cake, gjh- . 

$**• , ^.«^ , creuser, to dig, >- ; 
exhumer, to exhume, ^jVl j* rj**^ • 
- 1 ^4-Lf p. 

- |Logw»Q~ acjite, acuteness, 5-ia- . 

- ^»&- sillon » furrow, ^ || l£a&-> ^ 

chape rayee, striped cope, SJak* IjVii. . 

- \$L» , ^1» , /, aiguille, needle, lj\ ; 

(?) meche, wick, iLxi . 
- 2 i^£~ arracher, to tear out, JS . 

|b£t~ , />/. l££ , froment, wheat, <uxb- . 

J^t** pecher, to jin, u«U . . 1 n4-L/ 
£. impers. 

- J*4"* pdcheur, sinner, '^l*- . 

* 4 M T 

- I (.&ȣ*. etat de pecheur, sinfulness, 

* -UU-t «JU- j| uLcu.^. moi, pecheur, 
/ a sinner, ',Mi-'l UI . 

- lfc-4- » ^- 1^6^ , peche, ii«, ;^Li ; 

erreur, error, -Uli- . 

- l«jk*§^. de peche, of sin, *iJ»i-l j* . 

- |ju£~ peche, Jin, ^Li j plainte, 

complaint, isj>^ . 



- l§~ p^che, sin, 

- |ov£— peche, sin, *iJ»- ; sacrifice 

expiatoire, expiatory sacrifice, *~>~Jki 
\jjSs jj lotg"** £-*• eau lustrale, 
lustral water, j^iadi »L. . 

_2^oI pech6, sin, iLkrf- . - 2 »*£Ll£ 
p6cher, to sin, lk>-l . 

■ 3 \+$Jl porter au pechd, to prompt to 
sin, iLjkU Jl JL.1 ; delivrer du pech£, 
to deliver from sin, ii-ki.'! ^ ji. . 

(i*>fr-) • lka$».>o rayee, striped (/.), iLLjt . 

*2lA^» } } 1? ravir, prendre de force, 
to carry ojf, take by force, i_ik^l t ^_wiXel j 
2° transgresser, to transgress, <j-Uj ; 
3° depouiller, to spoil, i_JL . 
-'A^Lf p. 

- ISa^i , / pi. IbZlSa^l , rapace, 

rapacious, .J»U- , 

- ILaSagtt. rapacite, ra/>aci*y,.Jii»U-'l *i»- . 

- Ja«4~* subit, sudden, '^li* . 

- fxl)°>.5" prdcipitamment, hastily, tyjE . 

- ^dagk*. enlevement, carrying off, 

Jjlkitl j pillage, plunder, ^ ; 
proie, butin, prey, booty, A^f t i*^ . 
- 2 A^1 , c. 1 a|- 1°. 

- lAj,a> rapine, rapine, ._-+• . 

(^-) . I4&I , 4*- > m -» raT - f> P l - 

I* 1 et |L , baton, jft'cA, La*- ; verge, 

rod, >-~~£ . 

- 1 ^- j battre de verges, to beat 

with rods, ul...ii2Hj vV-* j carder, to 

rarrf, (<L.) JLf . - 1 ^6-L//». 

vivre, to live, iS -j>- \ etre sauf, to be 
safe, L- I revivre, to live again, J! jU 
oU-l j u.» imper. ; salut ! Aai7.' !j«^l-. 



103 



^■ M ' J*fl* 



' |&*..~ , 6w~ , resurrection, resurrection, 

i»Li . 

%' r T i- • 

■I-, >», vivant, living, ^- ; era, 

vert, raw, green, g ; pur, pure, Ji ; 
vive (eau), spring (water), fj^t (»L.) ; 
,-». , «/. t— , m. pi. ; iuCi/,, vie, 
life, »L»- ; salut, salvation, ^"iU. • 
subsistance, subsistence, Cjy ; lew 
f.ysubst., sage-femme, midwife, iLIS ; 
qui accouche, gizriflg £:><A, «jJj> ; 
&~» or/, f. ; adv., en vie, alive, j>- 
|| r *^i ul l'Eternel, the Eternal, 
(*»') JjV |j ,11 ^a ^chanson, cup- 
bearer, JL- j| £21 tua la terre, the 
earth, ^jVI || le^l |&a*o de vive 
voix, by word of mouth, S^ili- II [ser- 
ment, oath, ~i] «c. \»l lu, par ma 
vie (litt., je suis vivant), Ay my life 
(liter., I am living) : Li_^-) JL»-j 

k*jll en vie, alive, j» j era, raw, *■» . 

|La— , *~. , vie, /(/%, SL» j anima- 
lit£, animality, vl?^- • 

ii* •** •■' r ■ r r ,' r 

lla*- — rar. |La— _ , La*- , |a~. , 

animal, animal, ul^o- ; cotf., ani- 
maux, animals, oUj>_»- || !»■* LL1 
oiseaux, birds, jjA? || |&ati LeLl zoo- 
phytes, zoophytes, j£ill i-JU ^^Ifc*- 
|| (II Lcul, s.,m.etf, 1° bete, fauve, 
ieorf, wild beast, J^-j^ 2°, coll., carni- 
vores, flesh-eaters, Ot>\TT (oUl j-»-) 
^11 ; LU lLI irf. 2° ; fauves, ariW 



beasts, 



u*J~J 



|il» Lc 



sauvage, bestial, wild, 






ar—J 



bestial, 
|La— 



t Ua~9 , animaux sau- 
vages, wild animals, J^j^-j || (LaU. 
ov^s^j kxayl* quadruples, tfwa- 
drupeds, f)y>)\ V-^J '-'^ite*- • 
}iLo**« bestial, bestial, d!>\x*- : sauvage, 
oh'W, ^j . 



k4>Lo~. sauvagement, wildly, ,_£»■_& . 

.* ** *r 

ILaiLo— . sauvagene, wildness, J^-ji . 



, pi. fill et \LLLL , force, 



vivres, ,/borf, 0_^i . 

■ u- ( , U*> ow ,-p , faire vivre ou 
revivre, to make live or live again, 
SLJ-I Jl jUI jl L>- ; accorder la vie a, 
to grant life to, J SLJ-L -r- j sauver, 
to jaw, (Ju) j^U- . - 3 w^LL/ p. 

- IiLmm e* |m vivifiant, vivificateur, 

vivifying, quickener, Jj±> i ^ . 

Vyt-\... fumee..., v. |*< 

strength, ly j puissance, power, SiJL " 
courage, vertu, courage, virtue, ~*t\jt? 
*L»ii ; faculty, capacity, possibility, 
faculty, capacity, possiblity, Silt c SjJii. 
ol£.l ; ressources, resources, J*Uj j 
armde, arwy,,^-; miracle, miracle, SjT; 
signification, signification, lS >^ ; |L<l£*L 
les Anges, /A« Angels, S&'&l || {^'^ 
tLu» vaillant, h^ros, homme puissant, 
valiant, hero, powerful man, JL c J-L 
jjli Jj;- j || (LI ^ vaillant a la 
guerre, valiant in war, >~>ji-\ vU-*" 5 
homme honnete, honest man, J»-j 

*iJ <■ J-»l» || ^ , *-l U» tout 
puissant, almighty, Sj-iiJi JT || uool/ 

v* r . n ' r" i- 

oiX^. pouvoir, can, j-*M y U— . ^a. 
selon, according to, i_.....>- . 

- ptsx^ #?f Lifi^u. puissant, fort, mighty, 

strong, £J i j._ai . 

- ficpfi^-. puissamment, fortement, 

powerfully, strongly, Ijh <. SaJLj , 

- |Laf6^~- puissance, force, power, 

strength, Zy t IjSi . 
- 2> %I1 rendre fort, to strengthen, ^j* • 
- ^ ^— .L/ p. ; se montrer fort, l'em- 
porter, to show oneself strong, prevail, 
<_it t \>J$ <jlj _^kl ; s'efForcer, to 



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104 



strive, A,I»-I ; faire campagne, to make 
war, JjIS ; exercer le service reli- 
gieux, to perform the religious service, 



> qui affermit, strengthening,^. 
- Ala- affermissement, strengthening, 
£*& ; reconfort, comfort, JUac 4 Sj^Ju j 
secours, help, S-icL— . 

2 ^IL apparenter..., «/ d*n'»., p. J-J . 

|Laxu. , pour Jl , parent^. .., v. [~l . 

|L*»~ rf ILJJ- camp, camp, j^«*» ; cou- 
vent, convent, jo . 

fcj. lettre heth, letter heth, C~* 



**** , lyli , gratter, to wn$«, (-i») j>»- ; 

frotter, to rub, i]^i ; d(5manger, to 

itch, dJU i JTI . 
- 1&&_ gale, mange, i_j/t • 

- JaL. demangeaison, itching, JlTl . 
■ 2 ^al perforer, to perforate, «_J«j . 

iL. palais..., p. l^i~ . 

1 y 

ft ^ w } , connaitre, savoir, to faoai, 

4* informed, 1p c Ji^ ; etre sage, to 
4* i«tt, Jit c £»- ; pouvoir, to Ae 
able, jJi . - l )*kJLlp. ; etre inform^, 
averti, to Ae informed, warned, <£i js£. 

- |\a.*>. sage, u*«, *£»- J savant, learned, 

(1U ; habile, skilful, y-1. ; magicien, 
magician, . j>\* . 
_ ftmJYi.t,, sagement, wisely, "**&£■ . 

- |i «*-»- sagesse, wisdom, ~<S*>- j mo- 

rale, science, ethics, science, Jp . 
_ jj^l t '^. ; l^Q^l t^. ; art, habilete 
art, expertness, <ji t i»U . 

- l»jbaA&» de sagesse, de science, o/* 

wisdom, of science, iJ Ja t Lj »^*- . 
_ [ImoL union charnelle, canw/ unton, 



- ^»»m» , pi. |L , parent, relation, 

- 2 ^a- rendre sage, to mote ictK, 
(<i.) JJb J instruire, to instruct, 
(A.) 1p . ■ 2 *a~Lf p. ; devenir sage, 
to become wise, U-£>- t<~oI ; faire le 
sage, to ^fo;^ 1 the wise, S-^i-U _yblIiJ • 
penser, considerer, to fAtnA, consider, 
j^lJ i j£i ; imaginer, to imagine, 
p-JjI ; user de ruse, to rue cunning, 
JI&-I ; machiner, comploter, to 
machinate, plot, ^yi i ol^ j ^ 
prendre par ruse, to £«* craftily, 

- Iivntivt qui rend sage, who or iwAicA 

mo^M wise, Ji*» . 

- Iiaaa*. doctrine, doctrine, <-j»Xa j ^lu- 

cubration, lucubration, ±y * ruse, 
cunning, 



\^+*) . fi*^ profane, profane, JLU ; 
licite, /in'*, JU- . 
- a <£kL laver, purifier, to wash, purify, 
(i.) ^ i J-p ; juger licite, to 
ufenn /t«"*, J»^-l . m i 1&lLi p. 

- Ilia-, lavage, washing, Jj-p . 
- 3 ^1? profaner, to profane, (^*) ,jJ.j . 

- IL> voile, z»«7, <-»Uj . 

1 %» , couper en deux, to ca* asunder, ~ls j 
saper, to «#, .j-iJu . 

- UoA~ cavit^, cow(>>, S_ 



- 1I*L. 1° creux (adj.), hollow, J»^r' j 

2°, «« iLL. , .ru&rf., c. (jail ; \t^L. 
imagination, fancy, JU; . 

- (il vinaigre, vinegar, Jj^ ; |&«. vase, 

- U» poussiere, rfiifi, jLp J 1 6^— four- 

reau, sheath, Xf- . 



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)«\- — %» 



- ££&- el \t*±*l fente, chink, ji- ; 

caverne, cavern, 3jl*« . 

- |LoAo~ sepulcre, sepulchre, ji . 

- IbL. id. ; tunnel, tunnel, jii . 
-[. "& .. , adj., aux nombreuses gorges, 

iot'/A many narrow passes, JjU^II j»iT.- 

- r ^«A. , palpel, creuser, to dig, jk»- . 

-x-%ZbL\\ p w . s '6tendre (ulcere), 
to stretch (ulcer), (t-j») ^gZJj . 
(^•») . JJslL. fete, feast, Jls- • noces, 
wedding,, ^j* ; repas, meal, **Jj . 

\r*+») . 1 iA- etre ou devenir doux, 
to A* or become sweet, J» . 

- £\~ , £L , doux, sweet, J*- ; agreable, 

pleasant, -LD || (1^1 ^ , Ao/., fenouil, 
fennel, jic . 

* r 

- (Lft.V. douceur, sweetness, *f$>- . 



- |i\a*. mout, miwf, 

- |A^i , elf. \LL*J* , c. ILo^l . 

- 2 «A- rendre doux, to make sweet, J>-l . 

- 2 u£.L/A 

}=k^_ , o\- , lait, milk, ^JU- . 

- l.rVki. qui t£te encore, still suckling, 

prij l laiteux, milky, JJ . 
- 1 (^-. , , traire, to milk, ^_U- . 
- 1 va^-Lf p. 
|*>\» , ^\» , a«a^., epiploon, epiploon, <_^ ; 
diaphragme, diaphragm, J>-1»- v^-*" • 

- |ftt.i-i\.. , etc., bot., galbanum, galba- 

num, <i . 

- ^a. et |i2^.a_ epine, /torn, iJ^i ; 

co//., ronces, bramble, Tyjt. . 

+ *'** , , tamper, to eree^, i_a»j ; 
s'insinuer, to owmi oro'j way, tJj . 

- || \n M taupe, mole, JiLi- . 



- 2 j£L ; - 2 £Llf se glisser, pen^trer, 
to j/i£, penetrate, J*-U t -J_> . 

- !&*££- , ^a/A., cancer, cancer, oik,- . 
- 3 ^L./ remuer, to mow, (i.) iJ^*- ; 

introduire, to introduce, J>ol . 

|£sa£l } /»/. |6w 7 , rasoir, razor, ji< . 

( v £»-) . ^io»jL- ; - 1>oiA~ , zool., mu- 
rex, murex, J>.U»JI ^ ^^JL*. . 

l -. ,r 
^^*» , * , ft-., meier, to min^&, Jai*- ; 

joindre, to join, «*- j inft-., se meler, 

fetre mete, to mingle, be mingled, Jaiu-1 ; 

se deverser, to be poured out, i_..,a'I . 

- 1 ^i-L/ A ; r. 

-l£-l~ bigarre, variegated, Jjjj. ; 

dissolu, dissolute, J-li . 

- &>|^A, avec melange, confusion, in 

a jumble, confusedly, J»tA^Li . 

- |L<iQnS» melange, mingling, mixture, 

J*i»- c £■ > J soci6t6, society, S^L* ; 
affabilit6, affability, iSlij . 

- Ig^l melange, mixture, lr-£j-\ . 

- M^*** "^ 5 communaut6, community, 

**]{? ; rapports, relations, olitjU 
|| U^a. (a inconstant, inconstant, 

- 2 i^l m£ler, to mw, JxU , - 2 v£&Ll.f 
^- ; r. 

- ILag^V^ao confusion, confusion, J»tA=»-l . 

- l4«i- ramas, A«a^, JJ>^ ; en/., cynips, 

taon, cynips, ox-fly, Sjlj t ! y T , 

1 >T 
i. ^tti ?V ^» } } rever, to dream, i»- . 

_ (y\ m j _ (waLi. reveur, dreamer, JU- . 

- Jia\- , >^.- , reve, i/rtum, JU . 

_ ) Iv i \» ; - t'.naV. de rgve, of 

dream, ^L- . 

m^yiLn^.Ll > etpe'al'al, rever, to dream, 
L»- ; se polluer, to pollute onese(f„_y3-ij . 



tab*. — >«&- 



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(n. X&-.) . 1 *cL.L/ etre gueri, to be 
cured, ji . 

- |mA_ sain, entier, healthy, whole, JL- 

J.IT ; fort, solide, strong, sound, ^ji 
Ij£j> ' vrai, juste, true, correct, 

Cr*" ' &^~ ' 

- tl\z^L~ sainement, healthily, L-L- * 

sagement, wisely, SJaAj ; fortement, 
strongly, Ijh . 

- ILa-M.^,. integrite, integrity, i-'jU j 

sante, health, ~<t& \ justesse, just- 
ness, ilx- . 

- |ivi\>'- guerison, recovery, »LLJ • sante, 

health, Is* . 

- ^IiYiSn.. salutaire, wholesome, ^J& . 

-2^lL? , c. ixL-ii . 

m 3 )C^Jl guerir, to cure, 1 _ J ii . 

|fioaL~ } bot., orcanete, orcanet, jU^-i . 
£ol£^_ barbes (des epis), awns, jl^.1 , 



1°, tr., changer, remplacer, 
to change, substitute for, J-U t ji. • 
2°, " } intr., p. ; s'ecarter de l'usage, 
to depart from custom, ib^ll jc J-^ . 

- I'v^-'v- , ar. ijJs- , calife, caliph. 

- (i&>! inconstant, inconstant, u .li; » ; 

scelerat, scoundrel, J-U j idolatre, 
idolatrous, ^j ; l^siL. suppleant, 
substitute, ^_-jL> j rejeton, jAoo/, j-y ; 
renouvellement, renewal, -ij-iat . 

- |Lo2l^- inconstance, impiete, incons- 

tancy, impiety, y& ; oLj fJ* . 

- Ja^. changement, change, j\JJ • 

echange, exchange, Jj-lJ ; suppliant, 
substitute, !_JU ; descendant, descen- 
dant, J~L- ; ornith., huppe, hoopoe, -Ia-Ia 
|| f \°i\„i a la place de, instead 
of, ...ul£. . 



.£h>fel , ^r<?/>. (off. pL), pour, /or, J . 

. v9CL. , prep. {off. pL), a la place de, 
instead of, ... jl£. j a cause de, on 
account of, ... ^..i-.j ; en faveur de, in 
favour of, ... olil || 9 ifiCL. parce 
que, pour que, because, in order that, 
iJJ tji lx || g ram., Jm* i2iL.pronom, 
pronoun, x*~Z . 

. a '»^- changer, renouveler, to change, 
renew, (-*•) *•**- ' j^ J echanger, 
to exchange, Jab J envoyer alter - 
nativement, to j«wf Ay herns, J*»jl 
i^Lalj . - 2 i2ij£LLf />. ; r. ; alterner, 
to alternate, ujbj ; J-Lj j passer 
(temps), to ^aM (rim«), (cJ>) t5 -*» . 

, (A^a. changement, change, jv«j ; 
echange, exchange, Jj-Lj J r empla- 
cement, replacing, JjOJ . 

■ 13&..L et l3aa.-oL ce qui remplace, 

compense, that which replaces, makes 
up for, tj^yi <- ^>j~i L» J suppleant, 
substitute, ^j*U ; t&3a^~L echange, 
exchange, J jLJ j| |$i^&oen echange, 
in exchange, "&-Ui . 

■ 3 t2\~7 , tr., recreer, reproduire, to 

create «««u;, reproduce, ii>a»-l _>1 p- JjI 
5J^ ; intr., repousser, to ^rozt; a^ain, 
SJU C-3 J prendre la place, to to;A* 
M» place, i_Jb . 

• r £2w», /a/V, changer, transformer, 
to change, transform, J^»- <■ ji- \ croi- 
ser (les bras), to fold (one's arms), 
(^-Ul -^^JLp . - r i2^L.fc*/ p. ; r. ; 
dissimuler, to dissemble, .yia-l . 

. |o>\.. m , iS^ko*a» , different, different, 
ji- \ divers, diverse, ^j&zt- . 

- fiJ^a^kiM diversement, variously, fjyi-> 
*i\z£- j plusieurs fois, several times, 



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life. v&^» 



_ l&uoj, changement, change, jUS ; 
saison, season, J^ai ; difference, 
difference, J J ; sorte, especc, variete, 
sort, kind, variety, J&S ; ^J*- i *j j 
degre, degree, i>-_p j maj., ton, tone, 
ji- ; etat d'ame, mood, ^-AJl iJU- ; 
compensation, compensation, ^ja^y^ J 
|N^\»n« difference, difference, jy . 

- M.3^*.b*)o || ao U immuable, immu- 

table, JVlZ* ji. . 

- |Loi^\..N»w changement, change, jvJJ 

|| m JJ immutabilite, immutability 

\ »' > »»J . U^L. fort, vaillant, strong, 
valiant, J-»li t ^_ji j maitrise, mastered, 
ig_y r kj. ; sai-rf., petite outre, .rma// 
leather-bottle, ji** <3j . 

- &..UA- fortement, vaillamment, 

strongly, valiantly, UL- xj t !^i . 

-|Lo*A» vaillance, valiance, ill— j . 
- 1 &» , , se montrer vaillant, to show 

oneself valiant, J-j ; s'armer, to arm 

oneself, WLj . 
- 2 «V. piller, voler, to pillage, steal, 

3j-* <• i_-r J depouiller, to strip, i_J- ; 

j» j tirer de, to draw out, ,y> -rj>-\ 

- 2 ^1'IP. 

- |ijUm spoliateur, despoiler, 
-|aa> spolation, spoliation, 

p 4 r 

- U&-L id. ; butin, booty, 

- L«LL brigand, brigand, ^ , 

1 ia^ > y } repartir, attribuer, to share, 
ascribe, ^-a-a^ c (^>) *-» J decreler, 
to decree, ~-j . - 1 ii^L.L;/>. 

- la^» destin, ./ate, j-l* . 

- |.o\.. fataliste, fatalist, ^ jJ* . 

• (J&-) [| U^-9 \IVL~ fromages frais, 
/r«A cheeses, &J* <JL>-I . 



»U . 



M > >» faible, frail, Ja^ ; vil, bas, 
vile, low, JiL- 4 yj ; miserable, 
miserable, ji j ^m , depourvu de, 
destitute of, .../oU j magicien, sorrier, 
magician, sorcerer, j*-\— t <jlj . 

- |Ln>\ M faiblesse, weakness, C**J> ; 

misere, misery, ^ji || h.Lna'CI moi, 
miserable, /, a miserable, _/uLU Ul . 

1 ^ 
i. P-*» j >«l4, €tre chaud, to be.hot,j>- ; 

bruler, to iarn, f_^~il ; se dessecher, 

to wither, K _ r u . 

- [*»**&» chaud, ardent, hot, ardent, jU- 

fj*ua* \ subst., herbe tendre, toufcr 
grass, ^T ; ItaaooL /. ; source 
chaude, hot spring, jl>- ^i* ; bain, 
4a*A, fl^-l . 
_ ^(jft^sa., avec ardeur, spiritedly, ~*j\j£ . 

* 4 * r 

- |La»&*aa» chaleur, Aea/, ^» - ferveur, 

fervour, »j\j>- , 

- |taa~ ardeur, intense heat, *J\j>- . 

- |mo» chaleur, Aea/, ^- . 

- 2 ;»sa- chauffer, to warm, (a.) j^tf . 
- 2 ;»»aLL/ p. ; bruler (in/r.), to be on 
fire, JjUl . 

- 3 ?«1J . c. 2 ;*mL ; bruler (tr.), to burn 
(tr.), 6j~\ . 

- t >*~sa~LI , etpalpal, s'ennammer 
(amour), to be inflamed {love), 

ii. 1 >*- , >•**! , balayer, to sweep, ^-iT ; 
couvrir (de tapis), to cover (with car- 
pets), (Jiji,) J± . 

I. x JiL. etre d6gout6, to be disgusted, 
(^•) i^j> j ^m , omettre, to omi/, J>l . 

n.. ijiL. lo bruler (froid), to burn (cold), 
(v) J^»-' ) 2° se dessecher, to wither 
away, (JuLf j a 1 !^^. ia". ^°. 



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108 



- l*ao*. dessechement, ivithering, <_ili>- . 
.2^3^ chauffer, to warm, (-*•) ,y ; 

et s t*a&~f dessecher, to wither, <Ju>- . 

m. 1 (ai«. balayer, to rti>«/>, (a*) ^riS'. 
(m* , />/. |oi&~ , beau-pere, father-in-law, 
jfjr \ liift- belle-mere, mother-in-law, 

uoiuo*. , etc. 

- I'-'*-- id. 

l£»i , pi. f * ' et \'>' ', pustule, pustule, J..* . 

^^fiitt** , * , 1°, *r., cacher, recouvrir, 
envelopper, to hide, cover over, wrap 
up, .JuJ t L>-l <. ^s- ; retirer, retenir, 
to withdraw, withhold, ^iL-J <• v^-t' 5 
recevoir, to receive, JJ ; ramasser, 
entasser, to gather, heap up, ^jI t *^ ; 
— 2°, intr., se reunir, etre reuni, to 
assemble, be assembled, £~r' . - 1 %ao«lf 
A; r. 

couverture, blanket, »Ua* . 



- |La-^vi.. 1° ramassage, gathering, «*- ; 

2° concision, conciseness, Jl*^l . 

- jbL. «/. /° ; depot, cellier, depository, 

store-room, byf- t £j_j£— . 

- ftabJ» , ( ?) tresor, treasure, »j*»o . 
- a <*jil, c. *•%*- 1°. mZ%£jL't p. ; 

etre fini, to ie finished, ,^-aJU- . 

- IImo*. ramassage, gathering, **■ . 
- 8 Va~]| ramasser, to gather, **■ ; 

remettre (le peche), to remit {sin), 
(Qaj-}jii> ; donner (l'Eucharistie), 
to give {the Eucharist), (iL^I) JjU . 

4 .~« r ( R. ^«a~ ) tenir bon, perseverer, 
to Ao/rf ouf, persevere, Cjj i -iLf J sup- 
porter, soutenir, to support, bear up, 
^.li t J~>-l ; etre vaillant, to J? 
valiant, J-j J se contenir, to restrain 
oneself, dJlLc" ; o , tenir fermement, 



to hold fast, i dL-c ; ia , saisir, to 
apprehend, i£JL» j ^» , s'abstenir de, 
to abstain from, &■ j£ ; *•< , rester 
avec, to remain with, « i£* j affer- 
mir, to strengthen, (.A.) ^ji . - 4 ^m*-l\ 
supporter, to i*ar, J*^-l j| ^ota&» 
i«5ioC*f , i» , tenir fortement, to hold 
fast, t tii-jc . 

- f '»"*»'*"« ; - |Zao»a- patience, Cons- 

tance, patience, constancy, £j\Ji ji~*. 

1 *ift- , ' , fermenter, to ferment, jmS»-\ . 

- |.\.yi.. ferment, ferment, j*i» ; arf/., 

fermente, leavened, j*z£- . 
- 3 -*sa-f faire fermenter, to mate _/«■- 

r. ^ Aft »»J . I^omI, acide, an'rf, jj^-U- . 

- |Lo«attI. acidite, acidity, ~*J>y . 

- \ZstL. pois chiches, chick peas, ^a*- . 

n. a »sa» faire honte a, to shame, J»»»-l . 
■ a »sa»I,J avoir honte, to 6e ashamed, 

- pL«a^o~ pudique, cftarto, *£=* . 

- |L&I**1&» pudeur, modestie, reserve, 

modesty, i~i»- t »L»- . 

- |Ly«-E id. ; honte, shame, J*^ . 

|X^.o&l , bot., colchique, colchicum, 
I;m_ , pa- , />/. I pa- «/ l)pft- , vm, 

- |^vi» marchand de vin, wine-mer- 

chant, jli- . 
'* * ferment, ferment, j*i- . 



JW*a~ -pi. Ipnl , co//., e« r &L (pi. 
apres nombre, ^/. after number, -*»o «r- 
j4*) _ ane, ass, j\?~ ; ijsa- , /, e/ 
IL^L. , anesse, she-ass, o\3\ || |^ay |^a- 
^oo/., onagre, iw'W ass, ,^-j j\?~ . 



109 



U*. — iu_ 



- IjoPa*. anon, young ass, ,ji»- . 

- 1*»M~ muc par un ine (mcule), moved 

by an ass (millstone), ^\^- «/0j (^j) . 

- \ia&~ * - llopo*. anier, donkey-driver, 

* * r 

- lyou*** , 200/., antilope, antelope, ^ . 

(ya-) . iLjasL <?f |L{iai , pi |$»al , 
|Lt»a» «/ |&I;>o&-, roue, wheel, >S*}js ; 
base (de colonne), base (of column), 
(^.Ic) lieXi • vertebre, vertebra, lya ; 
grain (de collier), bead, (jJb) <*- • 
pierre pr&ueuse, precious stone, 

j* V> <- _ /. iiiH } emph. \L*xL ou 
|b*»- — cinq, five, ^J- || \k+A udlaL «/ 
|a*» |*sa» jeudi, thursday, Lr &£\ 
|| l^oala le cinq (du mois), the fifth 
(of the month), ( >MI ^ ) ^U-'l 
|| s O(C*&ax1 eux cinq, More yio«, 

V- 

cinquieme, fifth, ,^-U . 

... Lau*» a a» les cinq..., the 
five..., ... *—£\ . 

- |*mo~ un cinquieme, a fifth, ^J- . 

- {i>»\n» ou ;ta>6»v>.. , /. [y~v.^«- } 

quinze, fifteen, jtt. ^J- . 

- y*w .. cinquante, fifty, OjJt- . 

- lUotiL. cinq cent, five hundred, '^[^J- . 

- ! u». prendre un cinquieme, to take 

a fifth, Li- Ju-I . 



if " * 
ILo 



jj&OO^. 



, feo~ , /., pi. |feg_ , ardeur, 
heat, ardour, ij\j>- ; colere, anger, 
<-. «ar . j venin, venom, ** . 

■ ptoa~ irrit6, angry, JU^< j irascible, 
irascible, ._~siill «j^. . 

'Duibb^ol avec colere, angrily, 



- |LaiCoa~ irritability, irritability, le^ 
<- » m Z S\ I f6rocit6, ferocity, <^-j . 

■ x ^»- se facher, to £rf <wgry, J*^' 
|| o£k Ltaoi t<f. 



|D-*w irrit^, angry, uUii ||o^ | 



.* . * * r 



- 2 6aaL irriter, to anger, ilcl - 2 fcakL|./ 
s'irriter, to ^roa; a^ry, i_,^f. j 
s'enflammer (colere), to 6« inflamed 
(anger), (<—-i*) f >^' • 

1 r 
^** , yfc-J , fitre nuseVicordieux, ele- 
ment, to be merciful, clement, JU- « j-j j 
avoir piti<£, to pity, J»\J ; donner, 
exaucer, to give, hearken (to), i*l 
vk*^' ', pardonner, to forgive, J&. • 
epargner, to spare, J* jiit t ^Ij . 
- 1 ^L.L/ obtenir misericorde, to obtain 
™*V> *> (*) ^J . 

- JiL element, mis^ricordieux, clement, 

merciful, Jtjjj i J— . 

- pL, cl6mence, misericorde, clemency, 

mercy, 5iTj t JL- • poussiere sainte 
du lieu d'un martyre, holy earth 
from the place of martyrdom, jL* 

- 2 ^u.L/ implorer, to implore, J I J^jj ; 

- >ii-6m» digne de pitid, worthy of pity, 

I 



+."* * 



- bu^lL6M en suppliant, as a suppliant, 

- |&lu.L supplication, supplication, J-^T . 

(^-) . tuo- ranee, rancid, i6j . 

\L. sein, bosom, ,yj&- ; organes genitaux, 
genital organs, LL-bJ »Li^l , 

pL et (jL>. , bot., henn6, henna, »U»- . 



• II. 



110 



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JLl *> , ^ , incliner (le trait) vers, to 
bend [the shaft) towards, J! ((»•*-") ^- ', 
Vj ^, tendre vers, viser a, to tend 
towards, aim, gj l X^a \ ^ ? faire 
attention a, to pay attention to, j JIj ; 
atteindre, to reach, lip' . 

- \LL apte, apt, ( J ) J*l . 

- bl^a_ par conjecture, by conjecture, 

- |La-t- , pi. |L<u- , chambre, room, *»j- \ 

boutique, shop, £jji\*- . 

- \la±L cabaretier, tavern-keeper, Jj- . 

- |La*&i~ vie eremitique, hermit's life, 

- Ilii*» } \ ayant souci de, solicitous 

- llL. intention, intention, iJ ; opinion, 

opinion, J\j ; recherche, inquiry,-!**- . 

( v^X**j II ov^> fts^-souffrir, to suffer J\j. 

- V^u. soufFrant, suffering, Jbi ; gemis- 

sant, triste, grooming, sad, j> y- 1 jT j 
douloureux, painful, 'I J* || I^ju. 
o^. Loot il soufFrait, A« zcuu ju^c- 
ri/7£, Ulx. olT. 

- &*f^i« en gemissant, tristement, 

itiffA groans, sadly, 0j*j ; ,joL; . 
-|6^L , pi. |6^il , soupir, sigh, 
tj\5 ; douleur, pain, i\ . 

- | fcs^oi- lamentation, lamentation, -r-y . 

m 2 i^u.LJ se lamenter, to lament, »-li ; 
desirer, to desire, ^ . 

■ s i^l.J faire souffrir, to make suffer, 

(~) (» • 
|^«1L porcelet, jyoMn£ />ig, ji^> jj^ . 

1 V r 
*N«L*» , , embaumer (un mort), to 

embalm {a corpse), (l~» — ■*•) -I* 1 "" * 

- |^0 •», aromate, aromatic, 



- \$ta~ embaumement, embalming, _kJ^£ . 

(ail , orc/. \kl , in., _ />/. Jalu. , /., rar. 
/n. — palais, palate, *iL»- ; bouche, 
mouth, i ; gorge, /Aroaf, «/«- ; gout, 
tayfc, i5_*i || (ali~ *>»m soufFrant, 
triste, suffering, sad, j>j- <. jlU. . 

u*. } ^ron. pers., nous, we, ,j*: . 

j PH »» , /. |6Ail , paien, heathen, Jj_, ; 
impie, impious person, j»\S" . 

- &I|iu*» paiennement,/>aga«/j>, ^j fj^>. 

- |Lo&l» paganisme, paganism, *^j ', 

impiete, impiety, jU-1 ; coll., les 
paiens, heathendom, f?\ . 

- 2 Aju. 1° rendre paien, to make 
heathen, Ljj Ja*- ; 2° convaincre 
de paganisme, to convict of paga- 
nism, 4=±jj i^Ji . ■ 2 Aju.L? devenir 
impie, to become impious, jiS . 

■ 3 k&L.{ devenir paien, to become a 
heathen, Ljj jL* J devenir musul- 
man, to become a moslem, JUi ; 



c. 



8 Ai- 1°. 



, etrangler, sufFoquer, to 

strangle, suffocate, ai\ t J^>- . ■ l uu-L//>. 

II o^alsu tax- se pendre, to Aang o/w- 

self, *Jli Jii . 

_ \^all n. ag. ; faax- pi. ; path., dys- 

pnee, dyspnoea, ( _ r -ij J-^J . 

- (o^l. anxieux, atuiouj, r_y-f . 

- )^*- 1° etranglement, suffocation, 

strangulation, suffocation, ^ ■ ux i- t Jj^ J 

* 
2° supplice, torture, JU c i-jJjJ J 

3° lien, band, oJ ; |Z&L ^>/. ; cor- 
dons, strings, ih>Ul . 
.jlail.. {(/. ;o . angoisse, anguish, 



lit 



- |6u,Aai»M etranglement, strangulation, 

Jhiil j pendaison, hanging, J^t ; 
tourment, torment, J U J lacs, corde, 
springe, halter, J->- t iJL»- . 

- ! tou> , c. 1 ioi~ j noyer, to drown, £j\ . 

- 1&j&~ Etranglement, strangulation, 

J bail ; noyadc, drowning, jl^cl . 

|&«a*» , />/. lt»£ } A0/., laitue, lettuce, *+ . 

(I ff* **) . £«^, ji«, saint, pur, Ao/y, 
pure, jk\]a t^pjOJ ;' [titre des eveques, 
abbes, etc., title of bishops, abbots, etc., 
. jJI c SjriVI »l- jj c iiSL-VI »JJ ] 
venerable, venerable, jy> <. JJU- . 

- k*}.A~ saintement, purement, holily, 

purely, SjL^iu t L-IjJL , 

- ILa^t- saintete, holiness, 4-1 -J ; epis- 

copat, episcopacy, S-ii-l . 
- 2 u.oft*» absoudre, remettre, to absolve, 
remit, ^.U i J*. ; ^ , ^1 y >fc££ , 
faire une expiation pour, to make 
expiation for, je ^^iSo^U; sanctifier, 
consacrer, to sanctify, consecrate, 
(<") o-X <■ (^) j&> ■ - 2 i*£lLJ p. 

- uauM innocent, innocent, *,j j \ ,»o , 

delie de, released from, j* Jlrf- . 
_ )i. a »«. i o propitiatoire, propitiateur, 
propitiatory, propitiator, jl 

i^'alrTnii . 



.## r > 



- 6>j),i. nB .i 'w propitiatoirement, propi- 

tiatorily, L»U»i-l . 

i* * * • ■ .<-- 

- I^ia. expiation, expiation, jJ&*i \ 

propitiation, propitiation, <J»U»iJ ; 
propitiatoire (subst.), propitiatory 
(subst.), J>U«2-VI SoJL ; remise, 
pardon, absolution, remission, for- 
giveness, absolution, iL- t 6 [yip j 
I— »a~ />/. ; prieres de propitiation, 
prayers for propitiation,*Jt\±a»z*\£j\jL*. 



- )i ■ ca i.ftiw remissible, remissible,(i-\ jim • 

expiable, expiable, «cc J^j . 

i o 'n 
i. I t^ M j - (j^atl opprobre, rfi'j- 

grace, jle . 

- 2 *«a~ maudire, to curse, j«J j outra- 

ger, to outrage, ~i ; mep riser, to 
despise, jc*~\ . m z JLLl]p. impers. ; 
maudire, to curse, j«J . 

- k*p»m~*M outrageusement, outrage- 

ously, *~j£j . 
- It*>&~ malediction, curse, IjJ , 

n. I^t~ clemence, grace, mercy, favour, 
i**i ( i»- . 

- 1,-ja- plein de grace, full of grace, 



l v 
i* m »> ? j retenir, empecher, to AoW 

Aflci, hinder, «x* i JU j refuser, to refuse, 

fjoij \ <m , preserver de, to preserve 

from, j* uL» ; u, % , epargner, 

to jr/>ar«, j jiy . - 1 yi-L? ^. ; r. 

i.* ■* ' ti * * ' • i> 

- ILaAm— ; - ILoaxaa*. action d em- 

pecher, hindering, «i» ; privation, 
privation, ,j^Ju c oU^»- . 

- (L.ob« exempt, exempt, Lj ii. ; qui 

s'abstient, abstaining, «^/ ; subst., 
fourre, covert, if- 1 . 

- |L(i •>■«■■. action de s'abstenir, refrai- 

ning, f^jul J solitude, solitude, *Jjt . 
. (ii*»a» ^loignement, Aetng /ar away, 

- |&cb retenue, refraining, u . 

- ^a£k. id. ; exemption, exemption, *lie-. 
- 2 i-m*» retenir, to hold back, JLp ; 

• x } s'abstenir de, to abstrain from, 

- |lniiiwiiv> 1° parcimome, parsimony, 

j£j& \ 2° ascese, practice of asceti- 
cism, -A*j . 



112 



,'t * r 



_ [ui^ti * . |^t— ■■ parcimonieux, 

parsimonious, jju , 

i/ ** * r *1 * r t 

- )Laj/V»nnni. , c. |Laaou*M 1°. 

l<%4a« , } sevrer, to wean, Jai J sepa- 
rer, to separate, J^ai J liberer, to free, 
jj~ . ml%L4.}p.i r. 

- jLrfVif.. ; - fatal sevrage, weaning, Jai . 

- )iS— at. abstinence, abstinence, fb^l . 

- IW~ sevrage, weaning, Jai ; avarice, 

avarice, Jit . 

1 ** 
1ft frft »» , «f r , ls , envier, jalouser, 

to envy, be jealous of, 4-*- . - x 74m~L/ 
/>. ; etre hai, to be hated, ,j±jo . 
_ 1^^^., le Jaloux (Satan), the Jealous- 
one (Satan), (^^oLI) .ij-J-l . 

- "»*"■*-■- envie, jalousie, envy, jealousy, 

- (Ma>«* envieux, jaloux, envious, jealous, 

J* 



-ir- 



-btae 



, c. JL 



» 4 * ' 

» » r 



C. 

envie, jalouse, envied, object of 
jealousy, s^-i* t <c (*) jlij ; beau, 
excellent, beautiful, excellent, J~^ 

JIU . 

.! * * ' ' ' • 

-|Lo 



, c. |L<ue< 
id. ; suspicion, suspicion, <^f . 

- ftwUAat.. jalousement, jealously, ±-£- 
j| - {iliberalement,gewrottj/)>,»U»~j. 

^fltt*» } r ; - x ^ai~ , , etre fort, to 
be strong, ^y \ resister, to resist,? Jd \ 
^ , ^i , l'emporter sur, to prevail 
over, t_Ji ; faire violence a, to do vio- 
lence to, lj-usp J etre penible, difficile, 
to be painful, difficult, ._-»-» c jp ; etre 
gravement malade, to be seriously ill, 
cJuj . - J -jft- L/ etre vaincu, to be 
subdued, ^AiJ\ , 



, pi. M-cft.. «* |Loia*~ , citadelle, 
citadel, i«i» . 

Iiutb. petite citadelle, /i///e citadel, 

|-*~ defenseur (de citadelle), defender 
(of citadel), (i«i» j,*) «il.u . 

[imo. force, strength, *ji . 

[■««... K.« II M (J invincible, invincible, 









difficilement, hardly, with difficulty, 

- 2 ^at~ fortifier, to strengthen, (A.) ^^i J 
mettre en surete, to ^u/ in safe kee- 

se montrer fort, to show oneself 
strong, <jji j£\ ; ^1 , opprimer, 
to oppress, JU . 

i inexpugnable, inexpugnable,*^. 
u. fort, puissant, strong, powerful, 
j& i ,>*»»- i <gy ; important, 
grand, important, great, jJ> t *^. ; 
difficile, difficult, <_m> . 

_ b^^xBofortement, beaucoup, strongly, 
much, T^iS" <. Ijh . 

_ ILm.mi. solidite, surete, firmness, 
safety, i:La»- . 

(^m~) . 1 1 «»m^b organes genitaux, genital 

organs, i_LLJ »La*l . 



j r , diminuer, to decrease, Ji J 
manquer, to ie wanting, ^^m ; perir, 
to perish, Jlj ; perdre, to /o«, j— »- ; 
subir un dommage, to JZ/^r wrong, 
j jJ£ J ^» , se scandaliser de, to fo 
scandalized at, j. tiiSwi J etre taxe, 
to ie to^erf, S-j^ <ulc c^i J depenser, 
to j/>«nrf, uy ; avoir besoin, to «wi<, 
r-b»-l ; nuire a, to hurt, j~A . 



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;A_. 



t * T • -I • 

- IUsbm manquant, wanting, <j<aiu J 

depourvu, destitute, s&u ' y ►» , 
ayant besoin de, needing, J\c j 
iL^fia^ les choses ndcessaires, neces- 
saries, i i jj J JJ\ .LiVI ; les Parali- 
pomenes (ou «choses omises»), the 
Paralipomenon (or «omitted things»), 
(iL^ll.Li-yi j\)\iyJji\ || Low \UZL 
il restait, /Aere was remaining, Jo jti" 
J | > «*^a (->.»_ peu s en faut, nearly so, 
( \j£ V ji || *t-co. {"CiI plus ou moins, 
more or &jj, Lj^aj . 

- |Lo^m- manque, indigence, want, 

indigence, «ili c j_^t . 

- |i^»a> diminution, diminution, ii* J 

c. ILaj.n... ; besoin, need, H»-U- J 
tort, wrong, j^» j amende, mulct, 
*j\jf- J depense, expense, C>jj*** ', 
malediction, cur.r«, oJ |[ ^o» 9 UaS 
paroles blessantes, offensive language, 
l jW (OAT - 

- 2 t«- faire manquer, to make want, 

rj»-\ ; infliger une perte, un dom- 
mage, une amende a, to inflict loss, 
damage, fine to, t>y-\ i jj>\ c (.i.)^-^ . 
- 2 ;£Il/ p. ; etre ddtruit, to be 
destroyed, \->j£ . 

m 3 J-ol-^ j c. 2 tea*. ; voler, to ro6, 3j* \ 
ddtruire, to destroy, (.i.) «_y^ J avoir 
besoin, to wan/, r^*-' . - 3 t«-LL/ p. 

'■vA*. } i3a-j , toucher, to touch, ,jJL j 
oindre, to anoint, ™~j> . 

- (5&» produit ddtersif, detergent product, 

>- => •«» cacher, voiler, to Ajoe, p«7, L>- 
«-j«- j -^-i^A- se jeter aux pieds de 
quelqu'un, to iAro<x> oneself at some one's 
feet, A^\ j.Ij»I Jc ^L3l . 



- 2 u^l , c. x ji- ; omettre, to ora7, J.M ; 

^.i , epargner, to spare, ijj J ; 
surpasser, to surpass, Jli j aveugler, 
to WzW, (jJ) ^f- . - 2 i*41l/ p. ; r. 

- &*!*&*,»• en secret, in secret, \j* . 

- \lsa~ 1° action de cacher, hiding, 

~£^- ; 2° eclipse, eclipse, dyS . 

- Ifc-A-L , i*fL>.L , id. 1°; voile, p«7,._jU»»-. 

ff " *** , ^ , s'appliquer a, to a/^/y 
oneself to, Jc ._l5^ . - x i^A-L; etre 
d&ire' (impers.), to be desired (impers.), 

- Ifr.a.. applique^ ardent, careful, eager, 

- b^l^± m avec zele, with zeal, i~*£- , 

- |Ltv£~£u. application, zele, application, 

zeal, Lj» c -iL,I>-l . 

« 2 k£A_ exciter, exhorter, to excite, 
exhort, ^j* c i*. , - 2 ^a1L{ />. ; 
c. X ^A*. j se depenser, to take pains, 
<oij JJb ; agir, to act, ^ . 

- | i^ , ^»» 8 instigateur, instigator, ^jf- . 

- ILrtiQi^.iio excitation, exhortation, 

excitation, exhortation, ^ijj^- t SjUl . 

- l^ftftM ia. ; soin, care, «Lrtl . 

, i^S^. e< i*^... , genre de mous- 
tique, kind of mosquito, J&jl\ j. fj . 

, adj. et adv. ; - fi^^^u. , adv., nus- 

pieds, bare-foot, iJ»U- , 

***** 

- |Lrw&~ le fait d'etre nus-pieds, being 

barefoot, jU-l 5JU- . 






j creuser, to dig, 

- I jaA- terrassier, ditch-digger, (^^ jU»- , 

- |;al , {A- , fosse, />i/, »_^U- , 



(*• — JA— 



114 



- Ijiu. creusement, hollowing, 

- b*&~teo mltaux, metals, o^U* . 

- 2 ;al creuser, to dig, j**- ; perforer, 
to bore, «_Jij . 

n. 1 *&~ , , avoir honte, to be ashamed, 

- |*A- , ;&•. , honte, shame, J*^ . 

- |^9a<l confusion, confusion, ^yi- . 

- 3 3-f avoir honte, fo 6e ashamed,y»S- ; 

faire honte, to shame, J**- 1 . 

I J. rein, kidney, IJLT j dos, £oc£, ^ ; 

surface, surface, S»-L«. . || ut. <. k>«n 
I c- s'enfuir, to flee, <->j» . 

I I *- arracher, to pluck out, r& . - 1 i**-L^. 

- 2 »T' c - !r • 

|ai. , ou,, amphore, amphora, » j jjl» J 

mdteore, meteor, vU-" • 
*j «~ , , moissonner, to raz/», ^a» . 

- | jo *_ moissonneur, reaper, (~*«) jU*»- ; 

faux, scythe, yfi- . 

- |j i- ; - l» v- moisson, harvest, su*v . 
(L^l , /., hache, axe, ^li . 



>>j- , ar. j-w- 
1 ^ 



citadelle, citadel, a»1* . 



> »** , " , etre effronte, to be brazen,***; 
etre querelleur, to be quarrelsome, -J . 

- (A* w effronte^ brazen, <ljL» j qui 

prend soin, attentif, heedful, mindful, 

- k*l&^ *- obstinement, obstinetely, ^Lm . 

- |L&&.w importunity, importunity, jU^L 

- [3i&. effronterie, brazenness, aaLL* j 

sollicitude, solicitude, SjLp . 

- |Ia<a«. audacieux, 6oW, »^j»- . 



. 2 iSu.Lf se montrer effronte^ auda- 
cieux, to show oneself brazen, Ji\y 

- 3 iS»-/ 6tre effronte^ to be brazen,*!*; 
oser, to dare, _,-*- ; persister, to 
persist, j^Lc ; insister, to insist, J * 
etre dur (ordre), to be harsh {order), 
(^.1) ji || uoiaSf »3*-f se dormer 
un visage effronte, to put on a bold 
face, i*LL« <$>-j Jc ^jbl . 

(3*1 tesson, potsherd, "» jS \ argile, clay, 
C> yi- \ coquille, shell, ij-U* || \k^~ 
\+'») <. l~aw) crane, skull, <~**j~ . 

- Jj£*~ ; - |li9u> d'argile cuite, of 
baked clay, rjJ" <->>»- J* • 

j^ gravier, gravel, iS *>- . 

(J »-) || j 1L» \JS> cote plus courte, 

shorter rib, j~ai\ ,*L» . 
2 $ 'IL , ar. ^U- , assieger, to besiege. 

I» v- , ami/., doigt auriculaire, /ttffe ^n- 
ger, jj&£- \ quantity minime, very 
slight quantity, !a-*j *S' } roseau (pour 
ecrire), reed (for writing), Zj. || L;» 
It^jl bague, ring, ^X\ fU . 

1 ja— bondir, /o bound, iJj . 

Ital , "W» , /., pi. jK\"n .. , champ, 
jactance, boasting, 



[\~) . ifc ^ (i»£ (if™.), /. il}C, 

libre, noble, Jree, nofifc, iJu^ ' >~ j 
|$1_ ou |<JJ- i_tia />/. ; les Grands, 

- ^j^ , c. IJU ta . 

- 6k* | j^. en homme libre, as a free man, 

j>- y>r£ ', spontan6ment, spontane- 
ously, 4— M »lilj J» . 



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- \ioj\L et jLo£l liberty liberty, \j>- \ 

libre volont£, free will, *j>- ibiji ; 
noblesse, nobleness, ULJ II |Loj|!j 
volontaire, voluntary, ^jIL^-l 
|| 01 Loyola spontanement, sponta- 
neously, hjLpi~\ . 

- I jo;— lib£rateur, liberator, ^^ . 

- |Jo;~ liberty liberty, "*ij*- \ affran- 

chissement, enfranchisement, Jk*\ . 
m 2 »^. lib£rer, affranchir, to free, 
enfranchise, J^-l t jj»- J eloigner, 
to remove, -Lwl ; supprimer, to sup- 
press, Ji\ . - 2 ȣLl; p. 

- |j ja~ liberation, affranchissement, 

liberation, enfranchisement, £&■ <. j j& \ 

** * "f 

\yi*~ pL l audace, audacity, °\j>- . 

^ 6tre enroufe (gorge), to be hoarse 
(throat), (jU) g . 

(^») , |)fe» trou, hole, t-JU . 

- |yo*~ «/.; caverne, cavern, SjU. . 
(*-) v r »-.;— , palpel, aboyer, to bark, »^J . 

y-»J . |;~}a~ contestation, contestation, 

|L;L fin..., v. i~l . 

I. '«-»• vider l'intestin, to em^ty the 
bowels, [sj^- • 

- \!£ , ^/. }***• , excrements, excrements, 

>\j>- \ scories, slag, IJLi . 

- \li~ || \l+~ b~a cabinet, water-closet, 

t r .*» » 

- I^h^M j C. |^(u- k*» . 

u. (\{J) . 1 l.JL-L/ s'accrocher, etre retenu, 
to cafcA Ao/rf on, jIaj i jle ; r&ister, 
refuser, to resist, refuse, lJ *ij c ^ jli ; 
?«i. , lutter avec, to struggle with, JjU ' 
s'efforcer, to strive, X^ J amrmer, 
to affirm, (,*•) oTl . 



- li*;*. disputeur, disputant, ^>-Li* . 

- IL&**;*. contestation, contestation,^^ , 

- \u^. dispute, dispute, S/j-LJU ; schisme, 

schism, JUijI . 

- }!Lv~ poldmique, polemic, Jl-U- ; dis- 

puteur, disputant, ^»-Li* . 

- k*lL;~ en se querellant, quarrelling, 

- 3 u£~f recommander, to recommend, 
(■*•) is-* J J (?) preparer, to pre- 
pare, (Ju) L* . 

ni. (It-) . r uJ-L/ , estaf'al, ar. <sy- , se 
d&eriorer, to deteriorate (infr.),(*)i_ill. 

(|^>) . |Lo(~ , /)/. |Lov- , anat., cuisse, 
thigh, jUJ . 

\*i~ , ia£_ , m., rar. f, glaive, sward, 
i_j>~- ; pointe (de lance), point (of 
spear), (ijJ-l) ^'j ', soc, charrue, 
plough-share, plough, £j\j£- t jixiJI *SL> J 
carnage, devastation, slaughter, devas- 
tation, yjjjt i J-iu • guerre, war, 
^>j*~ J defaite, defeat, jL5ol J ven- 
geance, vengeance, jtt . 

- 1 o^.. J , tuer, massacrer, to At'//, 
slaughter, (a.) Jd 4 Ja . - 2 ia^lf p. 

1 ? 
v^W»* , , etre d^vaste, desert, infer- 
tile, to if ZaiW waste, to be desert, barren, 
J^ c jiS>\ ti-jji- ; pourrir, to ro/, j j*»l ; 
- 1 l3^» , , devaster, to /qy waste,^j>~ 



|| Icooom oC- se parjurer, to perjure 
oneself, <c-x Lr aij . 

- lao;~ d^vastateur, devastator, {a.)<-_>_^£. 

- ^Jl ddvastd, /«'</ wojto, (jf) i-»/t . 

- )Lai*v« devastation, devastation, ^J\j>-. 

- }aot~ desert, desert, yH \ vide, empty, 

£jl» ; pourri, ro<ten, (a.) jj»m . 

- (La^o;— ^puisement, exhaustion, ^ . 



*;*. — o;- 



116 



- 1a ;«. , ia*~ , c. |a»H- ; devaste, laid 

waste, (*) ^->J£- ; indigent, indigent, 
jj*j> \ subst., devastation, devasta- 
tion, ^>\j>- ; \ba'+-f ; subst., desert, 
mine, ivilderness, ruin, ^j>- i f\j*& 
|| p»~ jla^B raisin sauvage, wild 
grapes, <£ j ^s. . 

- (ia*~ destruction, destruction, ^_j£ . 

- ILas^v pournture, rot, fly* . 

- l-a;a~ devastation, devastation, ^j*- ', 

desert, desert, y* ; adj., desert> 
desert, ^ii. . 

- |^)&i. cigogne, jtor£, j">UJ . 

- |iao»~ devastation, devastation, ^.J£ . 
- 3 o£~/ aneantir, to annihilate, jLjI ; 

devaster, to lay waste, (a.) <-jj>- \ 

piller, to plunder, i_-f ; arracher, 

to wrest, ,jAv- . 
•f ■" »■ ,» * 

(<^v~) . l^o*— , io'-s caroubier, caroube, 
carob, carob-bean, ^yj*- <■ <-sjJ-\ »j*~ ; 
bot., lambruche, wild-vine, ^ j /• _f . 

4 u3^, rendre amer..., V. 1 t^* > . 

1 k ^£« , * , frotter, nettoyer, to rub, 
clean, .JJiJ c iJy . i- 1 ^^? p. 

- k^»-» delicat, fin, refined, fine, ^13 

^y . 

- ILft^;- finesse, fineness, ~4»jrj J agi- 

litd, agility, iSLSj . 

iJ^t— , fn/., grillon, cricket, o]}*rj>- . 

09*1 , bot., seneve, mustard, Jj^>- . 

\*li~ gros lezard, 4?g lizard, «cjj . 

1 lC- , , disposer, to arrange, Jii ; com- 
poser, to compose, i_-T_> J inserer, to 
insert, J>o! J orner, nuancer, to adorn, 
vary, JSjJl py t (a.) ^ j ; suspendre, 
to hang up, (Ju) jl* . - 1 it— .L? /». 

- )Lout-» disposition, disposition, <_~Jy . 

- |fc*. , ar. j^ , amulette, amulet. 



1 «4^- , , faire des incisions, to mo&« 
incisions, -1*^2 \ lacerer, to lacerate, 

(~) j> 
- |6^,»a« incision, incision, .U^i . 

- 2 i^,^. lace>er, to lacerate, (.i.) Jj- . 

l»o^;L trompe (d'dlephant), frwnA: (^ 

elephant), (j-ill) r >> . 
t»;~ , pour \»\—\ , dernier... v. i~l . 



1. .' 



y^. , , bouillir, to boil, Je j bruler 

(intr.), to turn (tn/r.), j»^U-J I . 
- 2 y£~ bruler (tr.), to Awn {tr.), 3j-K 

9 " r t ■ i 1 r 

- a y;-L/ /». ; c. 1 » r ^. . 

- |Lft)^>ua avidite, avidity, »±a- , 

- tsjo*. embrasement, combustion, in- 

flammation y combustion, 3\ja-\ . 

4 ul3^» remuer (la queue), to iuag (tof/), 
(i_-j JJl — a.) iJ^ J flatter, to fawn 
upon, jJL . - 4 i*a^.L//>. 

- u&i^i caressant, caressing, jJlj . 

- Us»o- seduction, seduction, •l^cl . 

1 "* 
10V*» , j etre interdit, illicite, to 6« 

forbidden, illicit, t j£ . - 1 ^^-L/ id. ; 
etre excommunie, to ie excommuni- 
cated, (^) ^j»- . 

- (aeV~ , ^o>- , voue, interdit, vowed, 

forbidden, *\j»- \ jjX^ ; exdcrable, 
criminel, execrable, criminal, Cjyn 
tjf- ; cruel, cruel, ^U . 
-^|n^. cruellement, cruelly, »jLJL . 

- |Lo»^. crime, crime, « j^ \ cniautd, 

cruelty, » jLi j violence, violence, C£t- . 

- ^im^. cruel, cruel, ^li ; subst., serpent, 

snake, *-»- . 

- ILoimvI cruaut6, cruelty, SjLJ . 

- Jm(.. , jo^. , consecration, interdic- 

tion, anatheme, consecration, inter- 
diction, anathema, r j>- <. f* i jii J 



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k j-» — /*{-»• 



execration, execration, jj ; excom- 
munication, excommunication, *_,». • 
serment, oath, ,_iJL>- j — ijl /»/. ; 
adj., voues, wuw</ (/»/.), j-jji- . 
-'jo;-/ vouer, to raw, jjj ; faire des 
imprecations, to utter imprecations, 
(Jc) Li ; jurer, to swear, JA»- . 
■ ^o»— LLJ p. ; Stre excommunie, 
to be excommunicated, (:f) *j>- , 

\*»\~\ - l»t~ gale (des paupieres), jcai 
{of the eyelids), (i>_^LM) ^^ . 

- (a^. galeux, scabby, b\ij*. . 

- \*>o;l apre, rougA, ji^ . 

1 9 , 9 

h V t «» ruse, wily, Jbat . 

- fe«M.;~ par ruse, craftily, *L^ . 

- }!*.;— ruse, itrtTy, Jbrf . 

- (Lav;- ruse, cunning, "*L>~ . 
-•"xx^ift } c. ^v^. . -^-s^L/ agir avec 

ruse, to act craftily, JbJ , 

- ILok^M ruse, cunning, SL>- . 

\-±i*~ ; - |-*o;~ jaune, yellow, jL*>\ , 

1 * 
i. 3^-** etre pointu, tranchant, to be 

sharp-pointed, sharp, ^ji ;j)i . 
_ fa*^. tranchant, pointu, sharp, poin- 
ted, ujji c jU ; prompt, vif, prompt, 
brisk, L_ij t £ j* j fort, dur, strong, 
hard, ^li ; ^^J . 

- k*|&j£L rapidement, rapidly, \*ij* ; 

fortement, strongly, "iyu ; claire- 
ment, clearly, r-j^iji . 

- |La&*i~ acuite, acuteness, (a.) »o>- ' 

rapidite, rapidity, l*j* j ferveur, 
fervour, ~>j\j>- . 

- J3»... lame, 6 We, e^ii . 

- J3ja- tranchant, fil, «</£<?, Jj_^- tJ>. ; 

rapidite, rapidity, ic^ . 



-^i3^. aiguiser, to sharpen, (jj) j-b- j 
exciter, to owife, ,i^». . 
-**iLL\ p. 

- 3 i3;-./ exciter, to aerife, £i»- . 

n. 1 i3(- , , meler, to mw, JJ>- ; adou- 
cir, to sweeten, (<i.) J»- . - 1 t 3^.j.f £. 

- 1&*»~ convive, £««*, <jj . 

1 ^ 
I- *^i»»* ; - 2 lo;L grincer des dents, 
to £/kjA (*A« teeth), *JL-U ^ . 

- lo»a- grincement, gnashing, jr ^ . 

n. 1 to^. , , tirer (un trait), to rfraw (a 
stroke), ±*± ; fixer, etablir, to ,/£*, 
««&, plil t jJ>- ; prononcer, to />r«- 
nounce, Jiil . 

- Ja*;- destin, fate, j-xi . 

- i*'*L trait, stroke, Jarf- ; raie, j/reai, 

^k- ; limite, limit, a» ; bandelette, 

- (lot a_ fin, end, lA^ ; temps fixe, fixed 

time, jr*x- i^Jj ; decret, sentence, 
decree, sentence, >Lai t -»- , 

1 ^> 
**>♦■*• , ,1° etre muet, se taire, to 

6e </ami, silent, c£~> <. ^ji- ' 2° deve- 

nir sourd, to become deaf, J-^> . 

~ l ^l.l'l id. 2°. 

- |&*o;~ ou ~ , gorge, throat, jl»- . 

- \Li~ sourd, deaf, J>J,\ ; muet, dumb, 

iSj^ ■ 

- k»- , ***- , /• I^*»- ou len.t-. , id. ; 

sterile, sterile, J»-L. . 

- 3 u*;-} rendre sourd, muet, to make 
deaf, dumb, ^j^\ t (^i.) ^^t . 

- X »*V- , ; - 2 l».J1 egorger, tuer, to 
butcher, kill, Ja t ^i . - 2 i*^1l//». 

\».*~ et \±-i~ magie, magic, jj ; enchan- 
tements, enchantments, jj^ . 



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- \j1£. ; - \LiL magicien, magician, <$\j . 

- ILo^C magie, magic, jj . 

- 2 iȣ~ exercer la magie, to exercise 

magic, J j . 

1 (.£» , , creuser, to dig, j*>- ; fendre, 

to split, J- ; couper, to cut, Jii . 

- 2 l£Ll/ etre fendu, to fo j/>/#, JiiJ . 



r > 



o , sentir, to feel, i ( _ r >- ; 
souffrir, to suffer, iU || ux»~ , iA u^ , 
j'ai souffert, / have suffered, cA\j . 

t&l__ p. a. ; gram., passif, passive, J>j^ . 

- J*ojL. passible, passible, J V I JjU ; 

gram., passif, passive, J_^ff . 

- | L al oiL. passibilite, possibility, }y\<Ai\j. 
- |1L sentiment, feeling, ^^ j souf- 

france, /rain, J I ; la Passion, /Ae 
Passion, ^Wl j tristesse, sadness, a}*-', 
trouble, mouvement de l'ame, rfw- 
turbance, impulse of the soul, uU~jb 
^^iJi j ddsir, tferire, aJ- j j affection, 
passion, affection, passion, ^y cj~« j 
zele, £«a2, »j^p . 

- lil_ 1° soufFrant, suffering, l\z* J 

2° passionne, passionate, — JU t jl* j 
3° rebelle, rebellious, JU- . 

- ^uu. t'rf. 2° ; cupide, covetous, f\^> ; 

passible, passible, iy\ Jjli . 

- ^^A-douloureusementj/wn/w/iy,**^. 

- |6*i action de sentir, feeling, l _ r »- j 

douleur, /»ain, *>-j . 
• 2 ub. faire souffrir, to pain, (a.) Ji . 

- \L1L souffrant, triste, sufferer, sad, 

jja- i JLt j ia , conscient de, 
conscious of, i JU . 

- 6>I|».».. avec douleur, painfully, ib . 

- |t—-— tristesse, sadness, oy-~ . 

- |L&jLt*o emportement, wrath, J-i»- . 



1 ^r * 

» ^ J>*» , , compter, to count, Oc- ; 
refiechir, to reflect, (A.) _^j ; £nu- 
merer, to enumerate, *At- • deman- 
de rcompte, to <u£ for an account, 
LL-a- <_J1» ; imputer, to impute, <_«J 
JI ; croire, supposer, to think, suppose, 
o^j** 1 'jt; ^ , fl , tenir pour, 
estimer, to AoW aj, <fc«n, jC*\ c ,_,...>.>- 1 j 
faire cas, considerer, to na/ue, ejfewn 
highly, Jr' ' J^' ■ - 1 '^«Ll; />. 

- |D> -**.. lamentations, lamentations, *■)£. 

- !■->*»- compte, account, uLj- , 

- |ls->».. wf. ; pensee, thought, j*i . 

- I&om,* j />/. llV «t»nw , pensee, 

thought, ^i j raison, reason, ._-*** • 
dessein, intent, 5J . 
- 2 '-— - compter, to eounf, ■_— *- ; tenir 
compte, to taAe account, j<^\ j se 
proposer, to intend, J^ai j ^* } avoir 
soin de, to toAs car? o/", j ,^1 . 
- 2 i^*-L/ penser, to think, _^i\ j 
imaginer, to imagine, p-J^jI j d^li- 
berer, se dire mutuellement, to 
deliberate, say to one another, jjlij 
j>tyS a»-l_^JI J I* ; se proposer, to 
infeTfc/, J^J ; l» , etre tenu pour, 
to be deemed, ..S (*■} jc*\ . 

- fi^«— « qui fait penser, making one 

think, jsl» . 

- |jDoo*1 qui pense, thinking, J>Ju> . 

- |La)boa*L pensee, thought, £i . 

- ^a* a- compte, calcul,accounf, reckoning, 

jloc tuL> j nombre, number, jOc j 
pensee, raisonnement, reflexion, 
thought, reasoning, consideration, ^SCi 
J*U i JiJ ; intention, projet, infen/, 
project, JUas t 5J j gram., action 
de sous -entendre, implying, j& 
II ^ala- ;a qui pense de meme, 



t 

i 



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who is of one mind (with), J»-ljtsL» J» 
|| (a»a~ o«aa ils tinrent conseil, 
they held council, IjjjLiJ . 

■ )i-*»..IVii> mental, mental, Ate- j pen- 
sable, thinkable, <u» jlSoiVi J*-t . 
• s iAjLf penser, to think, Jy* . 



, r , €tre necessaire, utile, apte, 
to be necessary, useful, apt, jilj t «ii t ^_j] ; 
ld , se servir de, to use, fAi.i-1 . 

(-1*- , uu. , utile, apte, useful, apt, 
J*l t »oL) ; ayant besoin, wanting, 



apte, o£/, J5^. . 

- jLfi..*^ utility, utility, iuL. . 

- IfiwuAx y pl. |fs ■".»■■ , usage, aj«, J| c «^-I j 

utilite, u/tfi/y, *«ii. j necessity, «««- 
■"(y* *JJj~* j besoin, chose neces- 
saire, want, necessary object, k^J c i»-U- 
iSjjj* I subsistance, subsistence, 
<$jj ', signification, signification,^** • 
mot, izwjy/, *»IS' . 

■ 2 i~**.L{ , l» , user de, to use, J**=-l J 
>«». , avoir des rapports avec, to 
hold intercourse with, *» J»\m . 

_ ^.o^ usage, use, i}\>cJi ; abus, aoutt, 
Jl^i»Vl »_>- ; rapports, relations, 
CjII»U* ; ustensiles, utensils, ir*]y ; 
bruit, now, J^" . 

|{~*» , />our 1^*- j , chasse... 

l i\ 
*»^»» , r , etre obscurci, s'assombrir, 

to be darkened, grow dark, j^o ; ii» • 

€tre au soir, to Ae towards evening, lS ^ t \ . 

- ^3 all t6nebres, darkness, Cj\^ ; adj., 

obscur, dark, Ik. ; ^» , depourvu 
de, deprived of, ^» Jl>- . 

- tiao^L tenebreux, </ar£, Ik. . 



- ILoaajL ; - |aj!> ; - \k±al tenebres, 

obscurity, darkness, obscurity, Ic- 1 *rAb. 

■ 2 Y»— obscurcir, to darken, ii»l j aller 
le soir, to go in the evening, Li* . 
^^JLIP. 

- ! ■> .»■■ obscur, rfar£, Ik. ; aveugle, 

MiW, jr\ . 
- 3 «^*-/ 1° obscurcir, to darken, j^» 
uik. j 2° £tre obscurci, to A« dar- 
kened, ^ . -S^L-Ll/ id. 2°. 

^> »* ■» , , fabriquer, former, to forge, 
form, j-U» i «i»» ; concevoir (s. fig.), 
to imagine, aj ; machiner, to mocAi- 
nafe, ^j ; exciter, to excite, <L»- . 

- 1 %L.C\ p. 

- Uaju. ; - l.\o>.. ouvrier, artisan, 

J*U ; orfevre, goldsmith, iJU> . ~ 

- |&*~ 9 />/. |&si , fabrication, fabri- 

cation, *^» j objet fondu, melted 
object, <_jA" »ts- J poterie, pottery, 
J>y- 5J T j ornementj.ornanKre/, !b j . 

- £u~ formation, formation, ?y* . 
» 2, W- fabriquer, to /org*, ,*u<» . 

- (jajbuM tempete, tempest, ii*»U . 

m 4> ^L»iL/ fitre pris dans une tempete, 
to 6« caught in a tempest, ii^L^jicc-*. 

(*«*•) . |&>. yi »- ^ Ift^iaL./ repas princi- 
pal, souper, principal meal, supper, At*. 

- 3 >**-Jfaire le repas principal, to eat 
the principal meal, ^3 . 



•^.a-iftt.. double, double, 



(J^-»*j . |6-^1 , /. ILfi^^l , exact, fait 

avec soin, exact, done with care, \>j~J^ 

jiu ; corrig6, corrected, pL** ; vrai, 

propre, true, proper, ^U- i J-i- . 

- b*|k»&_ avec soin, with care, »b^lj . 



}bu* but 

- |Lofc-k- soin, care, »l^ci ; exactitude, 

accuracy, jJ-G 4 ~*& \ severity, seve- 
rity, X,\j~e . 

- 2 LC>— confirmer, to confirm, (^) Cm , 

(bu.) . r CwbJL , palpel, exciter, to excite, £#- \ 
attirer, to attract, >_>A>- . - r k-k-L( p. 

- |ftu>La- excitation, excitation, £j- . 
|&L , /., pi. |&2. , poutre, team, ^^o^ . 
I&L rf |L&L , /., />/. |&£ , sac, sack, ^^ . 
|6w soeur..., v. \*.\ . 

|m&~ sceau, jea/, <U- . 

loJ^«-»* , * , ir., sceller, signer, to jea/, 
sign, lS o*\ 4 I>- j fermer, to close, jlil ; 
finir, to finish, (Si -\ j marquer, ou se 
signer, de la croix, to sign with the 
cross, cross oneself, <uli Jt Js- j\ <■ fj 
^JLJI SjLil f - 1 ^L. , r , intr., se 
refermer (plaie), to close up again 
{wound), J-jjI .- 1 »Bk-L/ p. ; etre 
baptist, to be baptised, -Ujo . 

- [sLfiu. muet, rfuniA, o"^ I vierge, 

virgin, >(jAt . 

- [mCw sceau, ««/, *£■ ; signe, j/gn, <-j ; 

fin, end, jt-\ \ scellage, sealing, -^ . 
- 2 >ofiw , c. 1 ^6u. tr. ; definir, to define, 
±A>- ; achever, parfaire, to achieve, 
complete, (jJ) jT 4 I>- j confirmer, 
to confirm, (.**) c~j . - 2 >oB>lLf />. 

- Iim&**m sceau, «a/, -»- . 

- |mL&*. scellage, sealing, ~>- ; fin, e/u/, 



120 
_^-T • priere finale, final prayer, 

- 3 ^L.LL/ etre scell£, to be sealed,(f-)^, 

KtJf>~** epoux, bridegroom, rjj ; gendre, 
son-in-law, ,>*• ; beau-frere, brother- 
in-law, j+a . 

* d r 

- (LaiDw epousailles, espousals, r\jj . 

- 2 N J>— L/ , ^ , ?** , s'allier par mariage 

* 

avec, to join through marriage, J*U ; 
epouser, to many, rjj- 

* d r '* d 

- |L&ik*M ] ~ MLa- alliance par ma- 

nage, marriage-alliance, J*U ; ma- 
nage, marriage, r\)j . 
2 tStw briser, to £«<z£, ^r-^"- 

$&■*» s'enfler (d'orgueil), to be puffed 
up with pride, juol . » 1 }Bu.Lf id. ; se 
glorifier, to boast, >«£»' . 

- lufc- orgueilleux, plein de jactance, 

proud, boastful, jy»& <■ j^ J ' • 

- |Lo;«&- orgueil, pride, »U jS . 

- IjLftJl iV/. ; gloire, glory, Jjf . 

- lybbuM orgueilleux, proud, j&u . 

- ^ jb-^o qui enorgueillit, who makes 

proud, elj . 

* * d 

- |$Lo~ exaltation, exaltation, 
- 2 j6wL/ se glorifier, to boast, 
_ IjotwL flatterie, flattery, jJU . 
- 3 jtwJ enorgueillir, to make proud, Uj 




^ 9, 5, <\ ; ^ etc., v. I . 

^ J-£ , i*\fyi , etre bon, to be good, 
etre precieux, to be precious, ^-ii ; 
>o'+o , [lLLa , plaire a, to please, ^£\ j 
se rejouir (cceur), to rejoice (heart), 
(<_is) rji; ^, = etre heureux, = to 
be happy, -A**- = (ex. iA ls^jj pour 
que je sois bien traite, that I may be 
well treated, 1l_»- iLLu J>L»W ) . 

- 3 is^/ bien agir, to act well, «^»Ilj_»-1 j 
rendre bon, grand, to ma£e goorf, 
£r«rt, (^.) j^T 4 (^.) l y^- ; ^ , faire 
du bien a, to do good to, Jl 



- ti3^ > o bienfaiteur, benefactor, l y^- , 

- ILoia^oo bienfait, kindness, J^ . 

£l£ nouvelle..., v. x o^ . 

uto|^ ct ix»o|oi4, j ~s w ?j du moins, af 

fig , *. (£ , rospe... 



1 r ) 
' "** ^ , >**()>> j apprendre, savoir, to 

hear, know, it 4 1«j j s'informer de, 

to inquire about, ^ i*i«.l . 

- |->.-^fc celebre, renowned, j^Z ; expert, 

expert, j^- . 

- pi£ et £g bruit qui court, nouvelle, 

rumour, news, LJ <. j^- J histoire, 
story, A^ii j affaire, rAing, jj ; gram., 
predicat, predicate, j^- II i~a£ J» 
qui es-tu? a>Ao are you? ? cJl ,> ; 
comment vas-tu ? Aokj aw j"om ? 

- 2 aa^ faire connaitre, to make know, 

(ui.)i_j^ ; raconter, to t elate, (-i«) j^-\ 
rendre celebre, to make renowned, j£. 

m 3 o£/ ou <^\^l , c. 2 ia.a£ ; informer, 
to inform, itl . 
[•— i^, 1 1 )»■">{, bud cuisine, kitchen, jJk . 

- 2 »■■•*> I, broyer, to en«A, j^" j tuer, 

to AriVZ, Ja . - 2 .-3l£L? />. 



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122 



- ( -- 1 boucher, butcher, pU- ; cuisinier, 

cook, MJ» . 

- |[- ~-*1 immolation, immolation, ~;i . 

- !--■"{, broiement, crushing, J»—> . 

u*i , pi- u*± ; i*-** , p 1 - i 6 ^ , 

gazelle, gazelle, ^ ; biche, hind, iltj . 
|»-^ , ar. »-U» , cabaretier, tavern-keeper, 

fi-rfc tambourin, tambourine, JJ» . 
- X V4 jouer du tambourin, to drum, 

Ibu^a^, table, taWe, iyll» ; autel, altar,^x». 

- )\^~>l , TOCpsXXipiO?, messager, 

messenger, lS_^-j . 

- IJ^aa^ , TaPouXxolO^, archiviste, 

arckivist, ( _ r J»lyiil JiiU- . 



1 ^^/> *■> 



sceller, to «a/, yjJ- J 
fermer, to rfoj*, jipl ; frapper (la 
monnaie), to coin {™>w)'),(-»Ij-*)I)i_j / ^»; 
opprimer (sommeil), to oppress (sleep), 
(pi) j# ; stupdfier, to stupefy, J*z\ ; 
a 1 ^ , ' , infr., etre immerge, sub- 
merge, to be immersed, submerged, ^jHoi. 
j*&\ <• (f J"^) J s'enfoncer, to sink, J j* ; 
se coucher (astre), to go down (star), 
(^SJ~) ^U- . -^a^Ll p. ; etre 
acheve, to be finished, lS ?j\ . 

- ^-^l p.p. ; t» , semblable a, like to, 

j 4_aJ ; |£ILa^ /. pi. ; subst., fer- 
metures, fastenings, J^l . 

- \-^4, sceau «a/, ->- ; monnaie, coin, 

-tij ; type, type, J Li- ; ana/., hymen, 
hymen, SjlSCJi flip ; style, style, 9-ji 
»Lii I ; texte, text, ^ ; metre, metre , 
j*—^ ^ JJ j pierre precieuse, precious 
stone, f £ j**- \ pain a consacrer, 
Area*/ to consecrate, l _ r i^>\ jf- ', fon- 
driere, quagmire, J»->* . 



- t-ia£ scellement, sealing, ->- ; coucher 

(du soleil), sun-set, (^m-IJI) ijj/. 

- ) ^-*fr" coucher du soleil, sun-set, 

- 2 *a£ submerger, to submerge, jf- \ 
enfoncer, to aViw in, jji- \ d^truire, 
to destroy, ^Ljl . - 2 wi£L/ >>. ; perir, 
to ^erijA, iLU . 

- <90k£*» p. p. ; plong^ dans le sommeil, 

plunged in the sleep, rji\ J 3jz-j> . 

- jr-^ftit n. ag. ; instrument de sup- 

plice, instrument of torture, j£i» . 

- |Lua£m || m JJ etat de veille, waking, 

- U^4> > c - *^&* • 

- |l "■■-*£ submersion, submersion, j\ii\ ; 

sommeil, sleep, *y || l-**»j U n* .. -^ 
stupidite, stupidity, Sy& , 

- ) ^-*«[ | , submersion, submersion, j\^\ \ 

somnolence, somnolence, jii- . 

Ja&£ po6le a frire, frying-pan, Jju , 

- U*y supplice, torment, <->lic . 

- 2 ^& frire, to /ry, Ji ; tourmenter, 
to torture, (Jl.) <_>.ic . - 2 ^^L/ j&. 

- KL*i supplice, torment, ^Iaa . 

(i^).. 2 ^y L/ , o , molester, to molest, 
J* j I ; >o_k , etre en lutte avec, to 
grapple with, /« <*t>& \ ia , machiner 
contre, to machinate against, Jp ^^ ; 
s'indigner, to 4e indignant, &ki-\ , 

- I*^*^ tourments, torments, oMIc ; 

injures, abuse, <lii ; reproches, 
reproaches, i1>UJIj J dispute, dispute, 
o^li* J machinations, machina- 
tions, ^Ui . 

i«o|ot£ , c u»ol^ , du moins... 



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(*«>»t) * J** *^ souche, race, stock, race, 
i_jLjoI i^j-i*? 4 J— »l ; famille, nation, 
family, nation, <J t JT . 

- ILajMota^ parente, relationship, *jjy . 
- 2 >6«Jv^ faire parent, to maA* a relative, 

(~) u-^r • - 2 » W A 

- |mo>£m noble, nook, cJu^S . 

- Iuoo>£m parent, relative, Ljy . 
|$o>^ , />/. |Lo»o4 , midi, noon, ^ . 

- Uf<H^ ; - K>$ot£ meVidien, de midi, 

meridian, of noonday, ^ j^e 4 ^ _/»-U . 
I. 1 t<^, jeuner, to fast, fU> . 

- La£ , od*z>., a jeun, fasting, UL^ . 

- (-»tt^/ lanieres, thongs, _>^~- . 

n. (|<^,) . ^i^ rotissage, roasting, J, . 

- 2 w.a^ rotir, to roar/, ^jj-i ; cuire, to 
cook, ™Ar . - 2 c»a^L/ p. 

/■^^ bon, good, -L>- ; Equivalent, equi- 
valent, jLw ; beau, beautiful, J~^ ; 
fort, strong, ,jy • utile, useful, «»U j 
precieux, precious, ^x \ agreable, 
pleasant, JoJi • joyeux, joyful, oU-y - 
J_a^ ot. /»/. ; notables, notable per- 
sons, »l^»- _> j |&a£ /. 5. ; .swfo/., bontE, 
goodness, ~»*_yr j bien, £oot/, ^>- ; 
vertu, virtue, iL-^i J prosp6rit£, pros- 
perity, jUjjl ; | £!»£ /./>/. ; biens, 
fruits, revenus, goods, fruits, incomes, 
dUo! 4 jLcl c Cj\j\»- l vertus, virtues, 
JJL<ii ; bienfaits, graces, recompenses, 
benefits, favours, rewards, **i t lM'^* 
olilx* • paroles bienveillantes, bene- 
volent words, iu-kl OJjLTj joie, joy, t-_^ 
II ^o l=i£ meilleur(etc) que, better{etc.) 
than, j. (jjl) j_-l || ^ c,o/ rendre 
graces, to return thanks, Jilz . 

- va£ abs.-cst m.s.; adv., beaucoup, tres, 

many, very, la»- tf/*T ||«*i» J -^ 



t^£ m/. || ^m va£ plus que, more than, 
a* -^"' j plutot que, ra/A«r than, V j 
|| u^> i^4 l e pl us possible, <w mwA 
as possible, jSCt L* Ju"l|| ^£ *a , 
con/., quoique, though, b\ «* . 

■ k»^4> bien, well, U_»- ; comme il se 

doit, as it ought to be, <_-*: if . 

■ IL«4, bErugnitd, bont6, benignity, 

goodness, '»ij>- 4 *»bj-|| |[^ Lai£ 
bonheur, happiness, Sal*- I j la\ L&a£ 
all^gresse, cheerfulness, i^- jj Lo&£ 
1»&j empressement, eagerness, • j^L* . 

■ U*i , f< />/. |ao^ , biens, fruits, pro- 

duits, revenus, goods, fruits, products, 
incomes, JLajI c CjIsL^U- c jLc 1 1 £>\jS- • 
beatitude, bonheur, beatitude, happi- 
ness, oLw 4 iki || y |i,{j Jao£ OU 

lso^ , ou l-aa^, , ou L>ot&Aa^ , ou 
ov3o^, , heureux celui qui, blessed 
is he who, <_fJJJ J^t || ou p£^ oov> 
p^ declarer bienheureux, /o declare 
blessed, l-L*^ Jli || laa^ '** dig n e 
d'etre f61icit6, worthy of congratula- 
tion, -CLLjJ! j-».r,„>» . 

liao^ , y. |bu.tao^ , bienheureux, 
blessed, ^j\jjh . 

■ ILni-n-ij, beatitude, beatitude, ik-p . 

. (iboa^ bienheureux, blessed, ^ j\*Jb • 
heureux, happy, -l«*- . 

. ILajCoo^, beatitude, beatitude, SjI*- J 
[titre, ri//e, Jil] i<f. 

. )Ln->.j, bonte, goodness, «J_^r ; grace, 
bienfait, aumone, grace, benefit, alms, 
5i— »- 4 J;*- c Iwo ; huile sainte, Ao(y 
oiV, ^-li* Cj j ; sante, health, **p 

|| ILn-uj, ^a^ } 13 , faire plaisir a, 
repondre au d6sir de, to please, ans- 
wer the wish of, ...SjZfA*)^ 4 t-j^l 

|| fLoA~£ x«t , ^ t obliger, faire 



une grace a, to oblige, confer a favour 
upon, Jc- jJU Jl j-a-! [j llftiifc ^ao 
etre reconnaissant, remcrcier, to be 
grateful, thank, ^Sli c Jtj^jJ.1 jj 
|| lU-i.fcy |£a fils adoptif, adoptive 
son, lS1 it si j . 

- |*>L&a*£ bienveillant, kind, J* Jot • 

donn6 par grace, given Jy grace, 
*j ?/i ; excellent, excellent, fjk . 

- lLajfick£&M beatification, beatification, 

> a ml£ preparer, to prepare, <te\ ; desti- 
ner, to destine, (.i.) jJ* . - 2 <al£Lf 
p. ;r, ; etre present a, prendre part 
a, to be present at, take part in, jJo- 

- >*ufr>o p.p. ; present, present, j-*^*- . 

- &*\^l£m promptement, promptly, 5^ 

|| i k*{ t>I)-v(yy» nous sommes 
prets, we are ready, jj-> «' ...» ^ . 

- I'^-ft** scribe militaire, military scribe, 

* 4 y 

- |LoA*gM promptitude, promptitude, 

- (al&^ preparation, preparation, j^a£- j 

presence, presence, jjJ*>- \ promp- 
titude, promptitude, J»liJ || |*>m^ 
[»n^ ou |&»9 etymologie, etymology, 

£=►»£ > T00f3l«, chausses, breeches, £jt 

J^4 e* i-44 > /a< - to 5 a > to g e > to £ a > «k- 
(OLjJI au) JU-Ji . 

lia^ moment, moment, jl j intervalle, 
interval, **j c 0_^ ; point, endroit, jt/»o/, 
SlaJu j mouvement, movement, *S ' j>- . 

|£u£a£ grappillon, jma// iuwA of grapes, 



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iinKi^of, et ua&aot^&4 rossignol, nightin- 
gale, JJL ; cigale, i»g« grasshopper, .> j . 
Rappr. imn^i^'f, . 

(■^.o^) . 2, %l£ se promener, to aw/A to 
ana" fro, »j3 . 

|o^t^ ou iR.Nof, Eminent, eminent, AjU J 
habile, ai/e, jJ . 

- )Lfinl\<4 habilete, jfaY/, SJU . 
Immo£ , pi. uwT.HiM&b , ?6u,0?, livre, 

ioofc, <_^UT ; lettre, letter, ^>j&* . 

I^iof, cordage, cordage, <_jJ» . 

1 u«4 j n»a0J , voler, to fly, jit ; sur- 
voler, to ,/7y 0i>er, Jp (a.) JjL- ; errer, 
to wander, «Ij . 

- ^o£ vol, flying, jljjU . 

|«4 ^ l"ol& > fxSJs, paon, peacock, 

<°> ft , i3a£.j , flotter, surnager, to yfoaf, 
j«>im, fU c lit j gtre plus leger, to 
if lighter, <_i=^l ulT j naviguer, to na«- 
gate, j£-\ ; errer (esprit), to wander 
(mind), (^£ill) J-* ; inonder, to 
inundate, j/ j fitre submerge, to Ae 
submerged, j+£\ . 

- JSa*4 nageur, swimmer, p^L- ; marin, 

seafarer, ^jt- . 

- bl\ka*^ legerement, lightly, '**£■ . 

- |**fc qui erre, wandering, JU» j super - 

ficiel, superficial, < j^<- ', imprudent, 
imprudent, JiU . 

- N *j*'%, a la legere, inconsiderately, 

j J J>i • 

- \ka!^ nage, swimming, i«-L- j naviga- 

tion, navigation, 4»-^U j inondation, 
inundation, oLiJ j radeau d'outres, 
raft of skins, *SU . 

- Ji3o£ d^uge, deluge, <JU_jl» . 



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■ 2 v&l£ submerger, to submerge, yf- . 

- 3 t&*£/ faire nager, to make swim,*^', 
faire deborder, to make overflow, 
(j-iU! ; inonder, to inundate, jf- \ 
ajouter, to add, ilj . 

-|iA^k» (= ^Lk») navigable, navi- 
gable, 4»-lUI -JUe. . 

|&Sa£ goutte..., V. 1 A^j . 

v OiIp4 , TOTja^tov, min., topaze, to- 
paz, J>yj . 

^a. a^oS^ s TU(pti)Vix6? } d'ouragan, 0/ 
hurricane, ^jj . 

&»79&£ , T07cxp^at, procurateurs, /iro- 
curators, (oLjJ\ a^) ;^_> . 

1 904 montagne, mountain, J->- j cam- 
pagne, country, i j. || |$a£, sauvage, 

- ^ »»£ montagneux, mountainous, J?>- ; 
de montagne, mountain..., J-i-l j. j 
|b*to{, /• 5 region montagneuse, 
mountainous region, LL>- IuLLa* * 
plaine, plain, ^ . 

|ja£ moment, instant, moment, instant, 
SUA- J duree, duration, Zx, j intervalle, 
espace, interval, space, 4iL_4 c Ji»- j 
quantity quantity, XS • limite, bor- 
der, Ja~ j Vendue, extent, 2*-L** . 

p*o^ , QopUjSos, foule, tumulte, crowd, 

tumult, iJU- l 4e^ , 

i^jo| , m. etf., chacal, jackal, ^J ^\ . 

k£a*jfa^ , Taiipta, lanieres, thongs, jj~* . 

J**»*i j OiQpixXoVj medec, th£riaque, 
theriac, 3\jj . 

ixo<uja£ , TOpvoc, 1° roue de potier, 
potter's wheel, Jslj*- >->%* ', 2° £tau, 
presse, vice, press, j^jm t iS^T j 
3° scie, mid, jLii. . 



- H«»*l ( = H,a,^ ) , TOpSU^C, 

graveur, engraver, ^iUi . 

^•i > «--^»*£ , chacal... 

1 9 ) 
*A«£ t i»ogj , enduire, oindre, to do 

over, anoint, £_• c JL (rf. ou u» , de, 

iw'/A, j ) ; souiller, to soil, ~D . 

- Jj-4 batard, bastard, Aj>- ^ I . 

- }**.£ enduit, foal, uUa . 

- 2 i»a£ souiller, to ^oj/, jJJ . 

- |k*o^L souillure, rfoin, jjj . 

Lo^ , mfo., a jeun..., v. \i± 
ILL^, , anat., rate, spleen, JLJ» . 

l -n « 
V ' D ' ' » moudre > to grind, jJ. ; 
digerer, to rfgett, ,-«» ; ia , scruter, 
to examine, qo^JH . - * * -- J,l { ^. 

- |fial£ boulangere, Ja^CT- (/.), S jL^ . 
_ |Li^ solide (corde), .rfron^ (corrf), 

(Jt»-) <J** • 

- }>&~4 mouture, grinding, j»J» ; grains 

a moudre, corn to grin*/, jpJJl c-)^"- . 

- Ifio-a^, meule, grindstone, i^Ja. . 

I«-H ^ l»a*-i j />a'A., h^morrhoi'des, hae- 
morrhoids, jy\ji J anus, anus, c— I . 

^aja^i^ , etc., TSTpaytovoffjquadran- 
gulaire, carrd, quadrangular, square, ji 

- J«ft*ja^ifrij TSTpayfovtcrai jj ^ % 

rendre carr^, 6quarrir, to square, 

£ii$i , etc., pi. *a', /", TSTpap/r]?, 
tetrarque, tetrarch, *ij ^j . 

' -rf r » 

- ILosy^g^ t6trarchie, tetrarchy, iVj 



N, — H 



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lUi > et /• IL>*4 > ana ^-j derriere, bottom, 

l5"»|) , j&a/A., chassie, blearedness, ^aJ- . 
- t'ifrij, chassieux, blear-eyed, ^j^f-\ . 

u»a44 , i—a^-4 rf X*fr*4 j ornith., 
pluvier, plover, JI_J»j . 

ifrt^.^k perroquet, rossignol, pluvier, 
parrot, nightingale, plover, J-L c »U-j 
JljJ> ; cigale, cicada, j j . 

|^4 , J-, /-, <ri |ii!4 , />/., m., Tipj, 
prix (sing.), price, jc . - Aff., ord. 
J.an.^ etc. 

tf4 boue, nwi/, J»-j . 

1^4 /-, *• ou c °U-> Pi- 1*4 > oiseau, bird, 
I insecte aile, winged insect, 



- x 4 , }«£j , voler, to fly, jU, . 
« 2 *4 f au " e voler, to make fly, jb . 
- s «4f £</. ; exciter (l'esprit), to rouj< 
(the mind), (JiJI) <i*. . 
1*4 enclos, bercail, enclosure, sheepfold, 
Ijk*- ( *ij» ; troupeau, A«nf, «jl»» J 
couvent, convent, ji . 
JjoJ-4 > TsX(i)Vtov } redevance, renf, 5jlJl . 
*yi et &ti> » T «X a > peut-etre, perhaps,^. 

MA^ , t£xV7), ruse, cra/i, *U- . 

- (I1I4 ruse, tw'/y, Jl^ . 

■ 2 ^4 ruser, to «j« raa/i, Jb»-i . ■ 2 ^4W 
agir, s'employer, to a£f, employ one- 
self, Jiiil t J^ ; inventer, to invent, 
f j£-\ • tromper, to deceive, 9--U- . 

- ^&* P' P' > raffine (supplice), refined 

(torture), (,_oiJ) JJl* ; ruse, wily,<]\z£. 

- |iao£ ruse, cra/i, iL*- . 

A< V*T ft «f l-*i , T «? l £, ordre, 0rt/«-, 
^*l ; degre, dignite, degree, dignity, 
Vj ' *r-P J regie, r«&, ••**£ ; rite, 



rife, ^Jil. ; vetement, equipement, 
clothes, equipment, «-U c i_j^J J troupe, 
suite, gardes, troop, attendants, guards, 

- >m>.»4 , T«?l?, ordre, order, > Uai ; 

degre, degree, Vj j 5 satellites, jate/- 
/ifej, ^r-ly- j| iiwiWtjj, »a , c . le suiv. 

- lt^^4 > ^a£eMTVJ£ ; - 4<^»4 , 

Ta^icoTYjc, appariteur, tuter, J*^ . 

- 2 >an^j, mettre en ordre, disposer, 
composer, to arrange, dispose, com- 
pose, J-J 1 (jJ) u-Jj t (.i.) iiJ ; 
corriger, to correct, (.i.) »JL» j placer, 
attribuer, to j&/a«, assign, lJ aa- t *~ij j 
etablir, to establish, fill j ensevelir, 
to 6107, jii ; celeljrer (la messe), 
ordonner (un pretre), communier, 
to celebrate (mass), ordain (a priest), 
take communion, pL- t^^ljilLi) Ji^-I 

- ILom^m ordre, regie, order, rule, aIIoJ 

s-uli j classe, hierarchie, ciiw, A£*- 
rarchy, ~*^j* ( ii^ [| )L«m&^>m 
trouble, disturbance, jli . 

- )"»«^»« n. ag. ; gram., nombre ordi- 

nal, ordinal number, lS ~?j *■>*■ . 

- \**sa^ regie, rule, aOpl? ; ordre, order, 

(•Uaj ; formation, training, Ja/i 1 " j 
communion, communion, UjL. . 

("^^) . (b4 ombre, shade, Jb . 

- l&-*^4 ei l^-J^H om bre, shade, Jb ; 

image, ima^e, «j^-» • 
- 1-'^^ mele, faux, apparent, mixed, 
false, apparent, jfe 1 jjj» t ii«jJL. ; 
figure, figurative, ^> j . 

- b>1^4 en figure, figuratively, u_J* j . 

tente, fenf, ilk. . 



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- U£m et |jA&» id. ; abri, shelter, UL . 

— Aff. i.Wfl.'w (occ), uWfr** (or.) 
|j U^aaa secretement, secretly, T^ . 

- ^<m ombreux, jAarfy, Jk. . 

■ 2 ^24 ombrager, couvrir, to oversha- 
dow, cover, j£ 4 JiU . - 2 ^L//i. 

- IU\^L toit, roof, i_iL- J plafond, 



ki£ e* 0l£ ros£e, rfew, ^aj . 

(ILj}) . ^4 , (4, , /. 1^ , 1° _/./. ™. 

(I^H , pi. f Ii£^i - jeune, young, 
jjl (io Jb- ; ne" plus tard, dernier, later 
bom, last, jv-\ t l^J* *j)j* I nou- 
veau, recent, new, recent, ij.JU-4Jb.U-; 
serviteur, servant, 10U- ; 2° — ^/. m. 
|I^ , ^/. /. loCl.^ _ enfant (m. et 
f), garcon, fille, infant, boy, girl, jJj 
Zj\ 1 ip* . - Aft s., u-£fc (o«.), uA£ 
(or.), etc. ; a# pi. \ZJi\f, et JIX^ etc. 
|| ^, |II^, petits enfants, little 
children, jli«» jVj! |j *-a«^ 11^ jeune 
homme, young man, ojLS . 

- pa.\jj ; - l^>a*2\£ petit enfant, 

little child, jJ^> jJj . 

- |.n»oiN^ de petit enfant, of a little 

child, j«-aJI JiJ\ j. . 

- |LaI\^ enfance, jeunesse, childhood, 

youth, SJIjj- i *}yb . 

■ 1 U^ et 1 »^J £tre ou devenir jeune 
homme, to be or become a young man, 
<_-i j £tre nouveau, to be new, *!< J»- . 

- 2 w2*4 rajeunir, renouveler, to rejuve- 
nate, renew, 2 J^-cLLl jLI . - 2 J&£L//>. 

- l*Ao^ rajeunissemeiit, rejuvenation, 



^^4 , c. ^ , lent... 

(t*i^) . U-^i plat, aplati, flat, flattened, 

2 ^£ tarder, to delay (intr.), ji-\j . 

- 4 t^o£k£ rendre lent, to raifo ,rtoit>, 
(Ju) IL . - 4 ^£^£l/ etre lent, to £« 
slow, U»;j . 

- t-fi^ii ', - l&<k& lent ) paresseux, slow, 

lazy, o-^S 1 'J* . 

ft*^*p » * > opprimer, faire tort a, 
frustrer, to oppress, wrong, defraud, 
(**»-) *j>- <. ^jl 1 it j calomnier, 
to calumniate, J* J*: ; mepriser, to 
jcorn, jjc*-\ I violer (une promesse), 
to break (a promise) , (W**) ^^iij" J 
refuser, to refuse, ^e»j J cacher, to 
conceal, Li- . -i^S^Lf /». ■ || *£^ 
ILaa.^ etre ingrat, to A* ungrateful, 

- 1m<&£ «• a £- ; injuste, unjust, jilt ; 

incr^dule, infidele, unbelieving, infi- 
del, JS 1. Jj-U- ; sterile, jtortTe, J»-l. 
|| (L«i4> \*<$4, ingrat, ungrateful, 

- bcji^^ injustement, unjustly, uik . 

- |La»^£ injustice, oppression, injustice, 

oppression, iU ; infidelity, infidelity, 
j& \ iniquity, iniquity, ^ ', calom- 
nie, calumny, »ljjl • ingratitude, 
ingratitude, J^-jU ul^So . 

- (yi.\f, injuste, unjust, Jit . 

j < # . . . . . . 

- ILaaoA^, injustice, oppression, injus- 

tice, oppression, jj^ 1 1U . 

- 1*m&^ id. ; parjure, perjury, .JiLJ-l^piii. 
- 2 >^4 opprimer, to oppress, J* jU- ; 

refuser, to refuse, ^Hj J ■ 2 >o-4l-/ 
subir une injustice, to suffer an in- 
justice, ilkJl . 



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1£*l££ , txXxvtqv, poids, mon., talent, 
talent, (<-£ .Uu _•! Jil) ii jj . 

IfoCv^ marais, marsh, •kl~* . 

)'-*^l , hot., lentille, lentil, ^-Ap- . 

>J& ^ ^ , t manquer, disparaitre, 
perir, to fail, disappear, perish, ^ 
iLi* t ^^ ; etre accompli, to be 
accomplished, < . 

- V^^t troupe (sp6c. de demons), troop 

{spec, of demons), j* u»_^o»-) L^ac 
0J»LJJI) j] ^4 ^* lever le 
camp, to move camp, f»l-A- i ^y . 

- |ia^.a£ fuyard, fugitive, ujU . 

•> 2 tfi2v£ consumer, detruire, faire dis- 
paraitre, to consume, destroy, make 
disappear, ^V c (a.) <~>j£- i >JJLtl 
cesser, to cease, JJj . ■ 2 u&£L/ p. 
etre acheve, to £e finished, iSr J\ 
etre repandu (sang), to be shed 
{blood), (jo) 3j±\ . 

- \aLfy»p.p.; accompli, accomplished,^. 

- \^*l destruction, fin, destruction, 

end, »j>3 (. >->\j>- I d6croissance 
(de la lune), decrease {of the moon), 
(j*ill) ul-fiai ; repudiation, repu- 
diation, 3~& ; (?) enchantement, 
enchantment, ISj . 

|£^£ , etc., sandales, sandals JU . 

** "^ Q ^ tre sou.ille, to be soiled, »JJj . 

- l»^H gl u a nt J tenace, sticky, tenacious, 

%J <■ £)> • 

- l*^.o{, et |b*^a^ impurete, impurity, 

ij-^s ■ tache, 5/w£, ^-j . 

. 2 u2^ souiller, to soil, jJJ . - 2 u&£L/> 

- |by^,L e* I^cl^L souillure, stain, ji» . 



1 *) 
1^T% > > 9a ^ J , fermer, boucher, to 

cioje, stop up, A- c jicl . - 1 jQJft^L//». 

- )v>i^n^ ferme, firm, i_JL» ; dense, rfenje, 

i_j_iT j muet, rfumo, ^^l . 
- 2 >ojft£ , c. x xJ ; reprimer (la pas- 
sion), to repress {passion), (o^JtJ!)^J. 
- 2 ^L/ p. 

JJaO-6 , ^ , impur, impure, ^-o ; 

|L^4 («*•)» lW («".) /• ; courti- 
sane, courtezan, SJlj . 

- |Lo^o£ impurete, impurity, ^j-o ; 

abomination, abomination, h>[fi" . 

- ||m&£ ef |mo^ «*• J tache, spot, ji» . 
- a [*4 e/ 2 l^4 souiller, to joi/, jJJ ; 

tenir pour impur, to rfeem impure, 

- |[i-Ma^ souillure, Jto'n, ^-o . 
^Oo£ actc officiel, official act, j?j dL*> . 
^jaiaj , *£ j Tl[Jt.wplX, vengeance, 

peine, vengeance, punishment, (-jLSp t jtf . 
V &1*£ , etc., TSCjUstov, fisc, />uo/ic trea- 
sury, (| JKL.1 . 

Uaa£ impur, impure, { _ r !f- . 

- U.yij, souille, joiierf, ^.i . 

»Y1^ t } enfouir, recouvrir, cacher, 
to <Ar«j/ into *Ae tartA, coyer oner, hide, 
L>. t | Jac ; j*±r ; p6netrer, to /»ene- 
trate, ^j . - 1 ^ L ? A i r - 

- |l;-^*^ pain cuit sous la cendre, 

bread baked under the ashes, Hil >A . 

- \) n j^l ; - \i*^ recouvrement, 

enfouissement, covering over, thrusting 
into the earth, jA> t iJaiJ . 

- |£ao£ fosse, pit, "* ji»- \ biens caches, 

hidden goods, olJt oljw^ . 



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H — *H 



- ILyoso^ choses cachees, hidden things, 

-jpragoo mine, mine, -»^* ; ILyM&g** 
cachette, hiding-place, Li- . 

1 i»i^ , , immerger, to immerge,^)^^ . 



^ 



, ~gj , etre ardent, zele, s'appli- 
quer, to be eager, zealous, apply oneself, 
-Lf!»-I i JaJU i J>- ; t» , jalouser, to 
be jealous of, J— *■ ; ia , rivaliser avec, 
to rival with, ~*>L>- ; s'cxciter, se fa- 
cher, to get excited, angry, <_ M a» t JiJo . 
- 1 vi^L/ etre jalouse, to be envied,X-£-\ . 

- U^ jaloux, jealous, Jj-j- . 

- pl^ ardeur, zele, ardour, zeal, «jlj>- 

"»ji- \ jalousie, jealousy, A->- . 
- 2 ^ exciter l'ardeur, le zele de, to 
excite ardour, zeal of, i)[f- (.i.) ,Xi 
...'j*- . - 2 J^L/ briiler de zele, de 
colere, to burn with zeal, with anger, 

- £& > /• l^*"i y z< ^> zealous, jjJ- ; 

jaloux, jealous, *j~*- , 

- k*lu£ avec zele, with zeal, »j>jo . 

- |Lou4, zele, zeal, ~*ji- \ envie, eny,.U»-. 
« 3 ^/ , c. a ^i£ ; rendre jaloux, to pro - 

voque to jealousy, jti-l . 

iAtli£ ef oitja^ , tovoi, syllabes, syllables, 

« °> I ft etre souille, to 6e soiled, jj-J-tf . 
-^ , Gxf, , /. |6>a4 , impur, 
impure, l _ r J~ . 

- ILoAi^, impuret£, souillure, impurity, 

stain, ^Jj t i-Ui j abomination, 
idole, abomination, idol, e^> t ■Ul^'. 



- 2 A4 souiller, to .roiV, (^.) ^j . 
- 2 ^Lf A; r. 

irsrwAjj, tapis, carpet, ,jJly . 

}m£ feuille de metal, lame, sheet of metal, 

plate, IjJJi 4 j.u. i>^i^» j amulette, 

amulet, Si^* . 

_ 2^^ laminer, to laminate, (a.) *«jL-» ; 

^»j» , recouvrir de lames, to cozw 

with metal plates, l*:LL» i Ja* . 

(<a^) . r ^5 l ' > ^ j palpel, bouillonner, to 
bubble up, Jp j enfler, to swell, ~kil . 

\ N / errer, to wander, oil ; s'ecarter, 
perir, to deviate, perish, ifJLi* c Ji»il j etre 
trompe, sdduit, se tromper, to fo </«:«'- 
y«/, seduced, mistake, JtU- t t£_yo I t ,_^jo I J 
iM , echapper a, to escape, j« ^^l* 1 J 
^. , manquer a, to ie wanting in, 
j^ ^U ; oublier, to forget,^ ; impers. 
(ex. t~jfs^ j'ai ignore, 7 Aazj? been 
ignorant of, d^r \ je me suis tromp£, 
I have mistaken, cJaic ; j'ai oubli£, 
I have forgotten, Cj-J) . - 1 u^,L/ etre 
livrd a l'oubli, to be given over to obli- 
vion, jL— ill Jl (iji,) JL- j etre induit 
en erreur, to be led into error, js-\ j 
disparaitre, to disappear, l ^~^> . 

- (I>£ planete, planet, jU- ^^ \ 

V-*±b m - Pi' > heretiques, heretics, 
iitl^* ; l^—i-i erreurs, errors, >U»>-1 . 

- &*)I>^ frauduleusement, fraudulently, 

? Iajc . 

- iLoIi^, erreur, error, U«^ j ignorance, 

ignorance, J^>- J oubli, forgetting, 
oL-J j illusion, illusion, jjj- \ 
tromperie, fraud, f-l-W- . 

- (<>^ f; [L*£ qui est dans l'erreur, 

erring, JU^ . 

- ^io^ erreur, error, lk^- j faute, mis- 

take, <L1p . 



- jli^ 6garement, straying, J^L5 . 

- )LLy erreur, error, Ua>- . 

- u^4 , /■> id. ; oubli, forgetting, oL-J . 

- )*-^ K " || so U infaillible, infallible, 

■ 2 '-*^ oublier, faire remise de, to ,/or- 
ge<, r«ni/, «U c ^jJ . 

- )a\^ trompeur, deceiver, J^i. . 

- 3 1->^/ faire errer, to mafe wander, »IjI J 

faire oublier, to mafo forget, ^Jl ; 
faire perdre, to make lose, (.i.) ^^ J 
o , tromper, to deceive, PA*- ; a\, 
^. , o , secluire, corrompre, to seduce, 
corrupt, J-il t <£>pl . - 3 i^LL//>. ; 
etre livre" a 1'oubli, to Ae given over to 
oblivion, oL-JLJl Jl (^) JL-T . 

- llivgoe n. ag. ; s&lucteur, seducer, jj^ ; 

planete, planet, jL- i-£_£ '. 

- |1»*-^fr~ corruption, at traits, corrup- 

tion, allurements, <_jil^>- ( »!^pI j 
tromperie, fraud, J-l-U- . 

1 ^ t 
WV / 5 ' t gouter, to taste, <jti ; man- 
ger, to* «i/, JT I ; percevoir, con- 
naitre, to perceive, know, J*jt c iJpl . 
- 1 Jtt^L/ />. ; ia , ^ , employer, to 
use, J*»=^l ; avoir de la saveur, to 
have relish, jJ»I ; 6tre grerft, to be 
grafted, ^ . 

- lau.%^ savoureux, savoury, ^ Jc ; sage, 

wire, jUU . 
-|&»i£ gout, forte, Jji ; saveur, 
re/ijA, jJ» ; aliment, aliment, JS U j 
greffe, graft, ^ || I LaLj, ^a* 
percevoir, sentir, to perceive, feel, 

- l*a*£ , **^ , saveur, relish, J* ; 

connaissance, perception, *ij** ; pru- 
dence, prudence, SJai ; signification, 



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signification, J*> || opA^& ^* i a . ^> 
fou, /oo/, o^uf || o*aL^ k.1* faire 
semblant d'etre fou, to pretend to be 
mad, lp£. . 

- (.i-ta vfc , /. |6.iiv> vfc , savoureux, 

savoury, *->*£■ \ agreable, agreeable, 
jL~ ; prudent, sage, prudent, wise, 
_£»- i jLU . 

- k^Ivi \fc sagement, wisely, a*£j~ . 

- |[auo^£ saveur, re/ijA, jJ* ; sagesse, 

wisdom, ~*S**- . 
_ (iai^ aliment, aliment, jTl ; repas, 

- 3 )to^J faire gouter, to make taste, jlil ; 

habituer, to habituate, ijc • gouter, 
to tojte, Jl i ; greffer, to graft,^)^. 

1 * ) r „ 
^ ft , e/ " , porter, to Agar,,}*- ; em- 
porter, to can? away, JU-I ; devenir 
enceinte, to become pregnant, J->- ; 
lever, to /t/i, vj ; supporter, to Aear 
with, J-=»-l ; faire porter, charger, 
to make carry, to load, (a.) J*- . - 1 ^L? 
p. ; etre penible, to be painful, ji 
|| <**&j ^ s'en aller, to be off, <_-*! . 

- \i^'y porteur, bearer, J-.L- . 

- |Lai«>4 portage, carriage, J*- ; sup- 

port, support, Jl^-I . 

- .. ^ ^. />. ; p. a. : portant, bearing, 

J»U 5 tto. ; (i>^ porteur, bearer, S\& • 
fertile, /erft'fe, l^^ ; |£ali /. ; 
enceinte, pregnant, J-*- . 

- |Lojui|, production, bearing, produce, 

iJi i jLc I . 

- \L4, , ^ , charge, load, >• ; /. 

Ibolf, recolte, crop, iU 1 1 ]l^ t ^.a* se 
charger (de) s'occuper (a) aider, to 
take charge (of) to busy oneself (with) 
help, OcU ( > ) J^-l ( i ) ^I^j" • 



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- Ifcow^ charge, load, Jj- j portage, 

carriage, Jj- ; tribut, tribute, Ly . 
■ 3 ^,/ faire porter, to make cany, (a.) J*- . 

1 -n « 
»^ ^ ft , r , devier, to deviate, .»U- ; 

tr6bucher, to stumble, j& . - 1 i*i^,L/ 

6tre trouble, to ie disturbed, i->Ja^\ . 

-\LJ4> faux > / air «, Js 5 *- j? ', q ui 

divague, rambling, jlJL^. . 

- |La*av|, erreur, error, Ua>- ; divaga- 

tion, divagation, obi* . 

- &-ti»oI£ II ^ (j sans erreur, without 

error, Ua>- iiji . 

- ItJioiL^ erreur, mistake, Ua>- . 

« 3 i*^,/ induire en erreur, to lead into 
error, J-il . 

(a£) . T \ a ifr a i!j ) ,palpel, crepiter(flamme), 
to flicker, (,_~i>) jj . -r^a^L/ id. 

A«2^ 1° fermer, to jAw/, jI&I ; appli- 
quer contre ou sur, to a#i/)i to, Jp «~*j ; 
— 2° s'enfermer, se cacher, to .sAwf 
oneself up, to hide oneself, Lie t ( _ J i^l j 
s'appliquer, to a/^/y oneself, J-Lil . 
- x uA^L| ^. ; etre accable, to ie 
overcome, (rf) tilf t t«U» . 

- 1*&£ cot<£, ji<A?, lr J*- . 

- 2 i-i£ , c. 1 p*4, I" ; unir, to join, ^i ; 

entasser, to Aea£ up, r£ . - 2 i*a£L/ 
A ; r. ; se cacher, to hide oneself, Lk . 

1 u*&^ , r , 1° 6tendre, to stretch out, X, • 
2° battre, to beat, S3 ; 3° s'6crouler, 
to collapse, /•-l^l . 

- J~&£ lame (d'ep^e) , fi lade, J~oi . 

- p£^ coups, strokes, o|^J , 

- 2 i-££ , c. *i^ lo. 

l&a^ et \^J^ f pi. i" f TdCTCY]?, tapis, 
carpet, ,J\J . 



x ^ky souiller, to stain, «U . 

- iLnV.^f, malpropret^, dirtiness, jJS . 

- il&b salete, </ir^, jj» . 
- 2 ^il , c. ^£4 . -Hi^L/ p. 

U&£ co//., enfants, children, ^ij\ . 
1 kdft&^, , ,sereTugier, to seek refuge, Udl. 

(■fy » P> ^j . ^4 9 U..034 «/ ^4 3 

TU7J0C, forme, type, modele, exemple, 
shape, type, model, example, Jit. c 4w 
Ji. c Jli. t ]^l ; figure, symbole, 
figure, symbol, >j c Sj^ ; exem- 
plaire, copy, *i«-J || y \Lsa^z prip., 
comme, as, J±. || |aS&£ *M proto- 
type, prototype, \~e\ Jli* . 

- [aM ^ a^ typique, symbolique, typical, 

symbolic, <^>j t Jli. . 

- &I|im£a£ en figure, figuratively, \j}.j . 

- 2 **dk£ figurer, to figure, jj^> ; for- 
mer, to /onrz, £L» ; regler, <5tablir, 
to regulate, establish, >l»l t j_^ . 
- 2 *-a£Lf ^. 

|£a£ , /.,^/. )?ai */ ILiat , ongle, naU tJ Jii \ 
ongle odorant, onycha, «<u II l^a^ 00 
|6a*a> des sa plus tendre enfance, 
from his earliest childhood, ajUUI *yjfj- . 

1 <*&b , ar. ,jiil» } se cacher, to hide 
oneself, Lk . 

^o^ S seducteur, seducer, j\± . 

y o^i4 «/ v»&*& > ^^XTOV, ration, 

ration, J^L. j* ju«»- . 
(4,) . &£ roche, rocA, yc? ; silex, 
flint, iil>*» . 

1. Mv^ cr^pir, to roughcast, ^j*~*>- ; 
enduire, to rfo owr, Jl» . - J i*;^/ ^. 

- ^.4, 1° reparation, repair, r^" \ 
2° enduit, lining, 6U^ j |lL{^ W. 2°. 
-^4 frf. 2o. 



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II. ' V^ , </., t , o , heurter, frapper, 
to AnocA against, strike, >-?_,*# t /»Au» J 
repousser, to ^ujA Aacfc, jj J tour- 
menter (conscience), to trouble (cons- 
cience), (sf) £ j . - 1 i*^L//i. ; subir 
un dommage, to suffer damage, jiU j 
s'indigner contre, to be indignant at, 
J. Jilsil . 

- ^4 qui a le delire, delirious, il* . 

- |La*4, dommage, detriment, j jJ> . 

- \lly choc, jAocA, j»-U> ; I&-4, motif, 

excuse, cauw, excuse, jic t <_-*- . 

- |LuI;£tao outrage, outrage, iJUl . 

- 2 ui^L/ , ia , fondre sur, to raj A w^on, 
Jc Ik- ; se heurter, to Ai'f, **]*•»! j 
o , s'indigner contre, to fo indignant 
at, j« JiUpl . 

- |*9&£ indignation, indignation, JiLt . 

- 3 «-£&/ (o« 2 t*S£) broyer, to crarA, J#? . 

- 3 k»;^LLf toucher, atteindre, to 
towcA, reach, iljd i ^A . 

(^►i) . *^4 L / etre foubl^ to be 
disturbed, <->JaJ>\ . 

ija^i et \\*^U, , Tpaywooe, trag6- 
dien, acteur, tragedian, actor, j (j-ai-i- 
Jti t eL-lil j chanteur, chanter, 
singer, chanter, Jj,* t ^ . 

1 f ) 

li~r% , , expulser, to «#«/, j^t j 

accelerer, to accelerate, (.i«) J^t . 

- |Lot*^ ; - \lfoi^ expulsion, expul- 

sion, ija , 

- IK& course, running, >- . 

- 1^ poussee, />mjA, i»»i . 

k^o£i ef k^ott? , m. et f, bot., cedrat, 



cedrate, 



zs } 



JJo(^ , TpoOXXa, puisoir, ladle, ii^i. . 
>joi£ frais, fresh, »^J» . 

i. t*io*^ , TpcxpY), nourriture, ybot/, flaL. 

n. i*^o^ , />/. i*»'', TpoicVj, revolution 
solaire, jo/ar revolution, l _ r t* oljji . 

_ ta, aa»So^ , Tporcixd?, tropique, 
<ro/>i"c, <_>:A1)VI «/li j solstice, jo£t- 
Hce, { _ r *^\ <_/£ui j aaj., c. \^LSol^ . 

- \'.k.^ol^ tropical, solsticial, tropical, 

solstitial, ,j«J!JI ^>-^m>\> i0 o^- « <j\jZ*>\ . 

|*o^ muet, dumb, ^jt-S . 

4 >44 I - 4n 4v4 l ? bouillonner, bouillir, 
to bubble up, boil, j£ t Ja*kc . 

- I^&t*^ bruit sec, jAar^ now, iJ^ j 

bouillonnement, boiling, ~»J^j- . 
U*4^> gril, gridiron, l\yL. . 

u-oii4 et Uls< ^44 > "• "• P r - 

*<4'4, salir, to «n7,(-L.)^-j . -**44L^. 

- ILo^^^m souillure, stain, jJZ . 
^ai.^ , Tpl(jOUVO£, tribun, tribune, 

1m^(& , pl- l" , ©" , Tplywvov, tri- 
angle, triangle, Juii* . 

..m.itu^ ? Tpl^Yj^TlOV, moR., tremissis, 
tremissis, a ..ii....>c jl» (1/3 aureus). 

|$&&*£^ , milit., tortues, tortoises, oU-jjj . 
lia*^ ,. ^1*4 , TpncXoO?, triple, 

|.L^a-^ , TplxXlviov, triclinium, frwr/i- 
niam, (uUjJI -Lt) JS^ «^«>- . 

(L.^4 breuvage d'epeautre, beverage of 
spelt, ^ic <-> jju . 

(Is 4 chuchoteur, calomniateur, perfide, 
whisperer, calumniator, perfidious, ^ h > 

- (Loia^ calomnie, perfidie, calumny, 

perfidy, Ji. t 



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6-iii^ perfidement, perfidiously,^* 

a»4 P am cuit sous I; 
baked under ashes, Hi I >»- 



1*om(£ pain cuit sous la cendre, bread 



, •*•* ' 



|b_.Ba>o^ ef |k*auM^ souhers rapieces, 
patched shoes, *jij» 5ji>-i . 

Mj J adj., cruel, cruel, <J»U- . 

,;■'■' 

- ILaJo^ tyranme, ijranny, Ji j cru- 

aute, cruelty, *\l> r . 

- \lioi^ tyrannique, tyrannical, ?\j . 

- b»|jo^ en tyran, or a tyrant, lj j»- j 

cruellement, cruelly, »lif . 

- 2 N »^L/ agir en tyran, to behave as a 
tyrant, Jo . 

■'{ * • • i 

- \if*^ action tyrannique, tyrannical 

act, JU- y . 
&£ roche..., v. ^ • 

1 y * 
i. *®*-^ , , frapper, to smite, <->^i ; 

agiter (Ies ailes), to flutter, (J») i\j>- 

- \kl%, feuille, leaf,** j j ; lobe, lobe t Z*£. 

- \h^y heurt, collision, L-U? * frappe- 

ment, striking, <~>j«i • battement, 
fluttering, *1L* • moment, moment, 
Z(~j* • IbS*^ fleur de farine, fine 
flour, Ju* . 

- iS£gJ» || |£mL m clin d'oeil, instant, 

trice, instant, StA. i »yf- . 

- |Du5ovg>» id. 

- 2 i3;£ frapper (des mains), to clap(one's 

hands), (*jAj) «-rir* J tourner (Ies 
yeux), to turn (the eyes), (yu) Jj»- . 

- 3 «Aty agiter (la queue), to wag (tail), 

<j * '.- *l ', ia j frapper du (pied), to 
stamp (foot), <jJj . 



h. 2 iS^ fatiguer, to tire, i_jJl ; secouer, 
faire tomber, to shake, make fall, 

etre agit£, to i« excited, ~U • gtre 
accabM, to be tired out, (*) jJL^l • 
Stre epuise, to be exhausted,^) i£i^ j 
deTaillir, to fail, »\y CyU . 

- ILad^ao tristesse, sadness, oy>- , 

- pya^ tourment, torment,^ it. • fatigue, 

weariness. 



\$/\&i± , TpXTue^iTTjs, changeur, ban- 
quier, money-changer, banker, J»\^a 

}<ai3l£ cuirasse a ecailles, cuirass of scales, 

I. l^«-$] .(o^ilanieres, thongs, ±,L*. 

n. £t& , u>^ , pi. £4 rf &$ , /. 
|&a;£ , gros, £t£, p->- ; excellent, 
excellent, JL»- j noble, noWe, J^u j 
honnete, honest,^ ; vaillant, valiant, 
J-l> j fort, violent, jfrong, violent, 
iJl^p c <^^J j heros, hero, JL . 

- Awla;£ excellemment, excellently, leSjj . 

- )Loa;£ integrate, integrity, J-U» • vail- 

lance, valour, *JLj j excellence, excel- 
lence, f*&*0 . 

m 1 cot^ etre honnete, to be honest, J-ic • 
etre expert, to be expert, jC>-\ i j£ . 

[&&t>i± etc., TpxxTifcTQV, negociation, 
negotiation, Ujli< . 

1 i*^ > , , o , asperger de, to sprinkle 
with, j ,jij ; in/r., adherer, to adhere, 

- (»ya^ souillure, jtotn, j-b ' aliments 

dtfendus, forbidden food,4*j£-Cjy^L. 



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JULjt et 1 <*1^ se cacher, etre cache, 

* • * * 
to hide oneself, be hidden, Lie 4 L^-l ; 

cacher, to hide, (a.) L*. . 

- |*-*fc lieu cach6, hidden place,j>-d\Si,. 

- | &"*■-[, id. pi. ; choses cachees, hidden 
things, LLs^ . 

- |o*£ II |o*£a en secret, secretly, lj- . 

- j'-"^" ei '--"fr** en secret, secretly^. 



- Uȣ* j />/. IbLa^ae , cachette, hidings 

^/a«, Lit . 

■ 2 1-^4, cacher, to hide, (Jl*~) L>- j pre- 
texter, to allege, (.i.) j4c ■ se cacher, 
to hide oneself, Lie . - 2 uu^L/ r. ; />. 

- 3 ul*^/ cacher, to hide, L>- . 

- &?i1*£m en secret, secretly, \j* . 
lsb*£ vase a boire, drinking vessel, 




i* 10, 10, \ . ; ii 100, 100, i • • . 
£ O..., 0..., ...Ij . 

(I A- J . jljl , ^ ou \£S , (p. gram.), 
beau, beautiful, J^ ; apte, d/rf, yJ>- ; 
bon, savoureux, good, savoury, j— »- 
X-i) J du, due, i-*-lj J convenable, 
becoming, Jj*V . _ 4//". tl\l ,/. ukljj 
il te convient, i/ A«/fo _yo«, iiL jJL . 

- )Lo*jI beauts, beauty, J|,»- ; gloire, 

gfory, ■&■ |j |Lo4* Lady magnificence, 
magnificence, lf\ . 

*^V* , vaLlj } desirer, to aVjiw, J I JU . 

- ta*|— • desireux, avide, desirous, greedy, 

o*ij>- ' JjIj j desirable, desirable, 

- 6u>|&»L. avidement, greedily, *Aai . 

- |Ln*t. | i vif desir, longing, 3j£> . 

-*i*)Z-lLl ou 2 \sull} desirer vivement, 
to long for, Jl JLil . 



- |Lai3l«&» et |L&ta*L»ta» desir, desire,3^Z . 

- L»/a* desir, desire, Jj-S . 

v cl£*loJ* , bot., aconit, aconite, l _ r ^j» . 

(«&>) . 2 QAi , ia , sonner de, to sound, 
j yu ; pousser des cris joyeux, to 
shout with joy, U-^i ^-U. • retentir, to 
resound, bj . 

- |aao» son, sound, .joj ; cris, cries, f\j«m . 

1 J**'l , pour 1 jaf , perir... 

u»-ai , fj[3iq, puberte, puberty, j^JL . 

^* > ^> » conduire, faire parvenir, to 
conduct, forward, J-^jl t ili • remettre, 
transmettre, to deliver, hand over, 
(Ju) L* i (JuS) ^.J ; traduire, to trans- 
late >; ; se propager, to be propa- 
gated, jiS\ . - 2 ^L/ p. ; r. ; etre 
engendre, tirer son origine, to Ae gene- 
rated, take one's origin, J-^U 4 (^) jJ j J 
se suivre, s'ecouler, to follow one 
another, pass away, oli t «uUJ . 



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- 1 i\i .» porteur, bearer, J|^»- j trans- 
metteur, transmitter, aL* ; traduc- 
teur, translator, ^-jw . 

- (Laa* succession, succession, *i\z> j cours, 

course, <£jr\ epoque, period, ^as. ; 
procreation, procreation, l^j ; gene- 
ration, ro^jj-*- j origine, on^tn, J^»i j 
propagation, propagation, j& j tra- 
dition, tradition, JLJL55 j traduction, 
translation, **• j || ^» t^a* ere, 
era, j^jU . 

- |^ati traditionnel, traditional, tS-^Ju j 

jubilaire, of jubilee, Jjjj ; genealo- 
gique, genealogical, J— 1_j ; genital, 
genital, \-^ . 
m 3 ^ao| mener, porter, presenter, to con- 
aW/, Aear, present, f-li t Jj- t (a.) ^.J j 
oter, to taAe away, f _>' . ■ s %aoLL/^. 

- llau» 9 /., charge, load, J*- . 

- [i_\->ww conducteur, conductor, jJU . 

- |LaiSaoLft>» deportation, deportation, 

ST* ' 
I. ua* , ^a* , ruisseau, stream, -w^-* • 
n. U&* , "^a* , 6of., chiendent, corwA- 

M«al , ?«3l* j frere du mari, husband's 

brother, r- jj" r| 5 /• t &*>■?»» } E>»a^ , 

femme du frere, brother's wife^^jj. 

■ 2 »a» epouser (la veuve du frere), 

to many (brother's widow), rjj 

(**-! iLyli) . 

l~ol=u , hot., mandragore, mandrake, 
rj J* ') aubergine, egg-plant, ol^iU . 

l i\ * 
••"^ ' oa <j*a»| } uaIj } etre desseche, 

se dessecher, to be or become dry, 1 _iijC • 

etre paralyse, to fie paralysed, •- r ~e\ 

- |«aI terre, eariA, Lr *j . 



- }i«a» * - Iuj»&* secheresse, drought, 

- Ui*3n terrestre, terrestrial, ^jS |[ |LJi^ 

|&«i*al peninsule, peninsula'ij y*-*J; 

- |6*I&? raisins sees..., v. a / . 
- 2 i*al dessecher, to /larcA, .Jub-- . 

- |».-». sec, <fry, ^U ; paralyse, ^ara- 

lysed, ryLi* I l^'*>i /• ; terre, 
earth, ir aj . 

- |[n>.-u secheresse, drought, <_jli»- . 
■ 9 uao| dessecher, to ^arcA, JaJi*- . 

(l^) • 3 «.*4.o? rejeter, to reject, j>> ; 
emp€cher, to hinder, «i* . 

- |i^oL reflexion, thought, J>Ju • tris- 

tesse, sadness, U j>- ; malheur, adver- 
sity, <-Uj . 

lJs< , v^ , tas, heap, i.jf . 

(v*) . Iv»m aime, loved, ^>_^- . 
- 2 »C* aimer, to /one, <_-»-i . - 2 ^L//>. 



rar. 



|£*/ _ main, Aanrf, Jj ; bras, arm, f\ji J 
patte de devant, forepaw, ol_j->- -u J 
gant, f/ow, tj^ ; puissance, power, 
SjJi ; 2° - pi. ILftU? — manche, 
handle, l y^» \ 3° marteau (de cloche), 
clapper (of bell), (jj>jr) &}*>> \ 4° rive, 
bank, '^Li || ^la par son moyen, 
through Aim, •ck-^j U |^>^ou 9 udio}^ 
parce que, because, oV |J il-v*j ^m a 
cause de, on account of, <_-*— j || "^ 
» |J*? ^i 4 j*? ^i 4 J*^*J par, ty, u 
|| |^? ^ poignard, i/fl^er, ^^^- 
|| l^fi l^^s oa |^.M> lj*/ a la suite, 
un par un, one after another, *jbJlj 
\x>-\ji \x>-\j ; peu a peu, little by little, 
Luii \1>J> J en partie, partly Lj J»- 
|j |£»f ^a* , ordination... v. J 



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*** — »* 



- ** const. || **a par, par le moyen de, 

by, by means of, Sk-l^j t j j a travers, 
through, jo L j pendant, rt>Aife, »bJI j 

II ? t** » ? "•» J* 3 j parce que, 
because, b")} || »I "^ , »^. , pres de, 
near, <~>yu || ** ^o par, a cause de, 
6y, on account of, v-j— j t j . 

\'**7 . 2 «£lJ louer Dieu, to praise 
God, -il «j- . 

- 3 u»jo/ ,ka,V, reconnaitre, confesser, 
to acknowledge, confess, \ i_>JUI 4 .j,* ; 
"^ , rendre graces a, to give thanks 
to, ^J- j ^ , louer, to praise, *-x, j 
**. , s allier avec, to unite with, 
«, a»Uj . - 3 u)oLLf p. 

- (uyoM n. a£. ; confesseur, confessor, 

- |Lai*9Mo profession, profession, <_jl^cl j 

action de graces, thanks giving,o\^it^ 
martyre, martyrdom, SjI^J j qualite 
de confesseur, confessor ship, li..s> 
J>jw ; symbole de la foi, creed of 
the faith, olcVI by\£ . 

- puyolkM reconnu, manifeste, recogni- 

zed, manifest, J»- t^jj^ju . 

- l&MyoL louange, action de graces, 

praise, thanksgiving, o\£j- c »-A. j 
Eucharistie, Eucharist, Ll-jUJi j 
confession, confession, i_j»1_/*l ' reli- 
gion, religion, SjLij j secte, «rt, 4*-b . 

- r w)ok»f , estaf'al, promettre, to pro- 

mise, Oej ; confesser, professer, to 
confess, profess, > J\ i > ,J»JUl ; yoL , 
se concerter avec, to concert matters 
with, U»l^jJ . 

' dp r » 

- ILfeuyoktao promesse, promise, -lej . 
-Ul**- et fa* a* promesse, promise, A*> j 

confession, confession <J»L^tl J gram., 
protase, protasis, *J»j2 . 



|^>^> , «rt., mille-pattes, millipede, ji-ij*-', 
ornith., huppe, hoopoe, Ja-U . 

jijl , /, hyene, Ayma, ^i . 

**-y ou 1 -o.l*l , m^Ij , ttn^r. »►> ; «/., ia , 
savoir, connaitre, to Anoa;, perceive, 1& 

<J>je 1 reconnaitre, to recognize, «J»_^ . 

1 r ** 
- L -*+.Ll p. ; se montrer, gtre vu, to 

show oneself, be seen, Jj^i t j^i • gtre 

appele, to be called, ^1 ; etre celebre, 

to be renowned, jfJ>\ || owow »»U reve- 

nir a soi, to com* to oneself, <uli Jl jU 

|| 9 J*Aj ^0 v** prendre soin de la 

vie de, to take care of the life of 

...!L»- jjJj || *»-• ooybaj assurement, 

certainly, U-Tl . 

-I^h familier, familiar, <J*J\ , 

- p.o»< n. af . ; ia. 

- pL*-. un certain..., quelque..., a 

certain..., some..., ... L. || ^.9 |-£-£ 
a savoir, to w*7, ^tl . 

- k*|_L»t-> expressement, particuliere- 

ment, expressly, particularly, k^ 

- |Lax.^. connaissance, knowledge, Si,** . 

- |-vj- , *.j-. , signe, sign, i.">U . 

- |b*.*» , pi. |k-v«-* , science, connais- 

sance, science, knowledge, ii/« t i* J 
intelligence, intelligence, *4* ; signe, 
jign, i. 1 ^ || |6a.jl ignorance, ^gwo- 
raw», J^r (j l^^a U» sans savoir, 
ignorantly, ii^*. 6jj ; inconsidere- 
ment, inconsiderately, _$JH "ju || l&i.^ 
IL nS .^y reconnaissance, gratitude, 

- |*>w , >x^o , intelligence, intelligence, 

l»^i ; esprit, /thW, Ji* ; renommee, 
^awK, ~»j*Ji ; familier, familiar, Jt^ I. 



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llixpo mental, mental, [5 *j : docte, 
learned, JL . 

^u.^*0oo intellectucl, intellectual, ^j ; 
spirituel, spiritual, jU-jj j figure, 
figurative, ^Jb* . 

i 8 ^«aa»» dou£ d'intelligence, endowed 
with intelligence, *^i *J . - 2 <x^mL? 
apprendre, to learn, JLj . 

ILtti- ^ po&jc connaissance, knowledge, 

|C^ joio , /»/. |L , familier, familiar, ^ j 
parent, relative, t-o-J J parents, re/a- 
ftonj, <-jjI»I • c. |LoJfc**&M . 

■ 2 <*m faire savoir, to make known, 1*1 . 

. [^oh connaissance, ami, acquaintance, 
friend, Jj-U<» t <J»jUU 4»-i ; connais- 
seur, connoisseur, j^S- \ devin, diviner, 

■ |Laxo^> science, science, is. ILa^o** v 

ignorance, ignorance, J^»- . 

■ [)C«o^ mental, mental, ^i \ raison- 

nable, reasonable, Jxc ji ; sage, 
unjtf, jtli j L3 , expert en, expert in, 



> bubb&o** sagement, wisely, <S-J^ . 

■ |L&i^o^> intelligible (subst.), intelli- 

gible{subst.), J^L« J science, science, it. 

■ 3 «k.»o/ faire connaitre, to make known, 

(a.) <J^t J 2 d. ou d. et <A } informer 
de, apprendre a (qq'un), to inform 
of, let know, (a*) <_i^ t j ir-i . 

■ L>)o» n. ag. ; clochette, little beU }U *ijs~. 

■ IL&ifcfOM notification, notification, fib I • 

marque, mark, i."^ . 

■ |La^.)oa» note, ecnt, note, writing, 

> r «9o» sqf'el, faire connaitre, to make 

known, (ju) ^Itjc- ; signifier, to signify, 
tf. (a.) _^* ; montrer, to 5A0M;, ^bl . 



- r vkjok*/ apprendre, to fearn, JLj j 
connaitre, reconnaitre, to know, 
recognize, Jjjt j comprendre, to «n- 
derstand, »$i j rendre celebre, to 
make illustrious, _^il . 

* * 

|Lai>.yo&aM notification, notification 
f"}Ul ; connaissance, knowledge, ii^w 

^.900* ou \±y&*. signe, sign, <utAc 
symbole, symbol, j-j • trace, frac«, 
./I j notification, notification, f^Ul 
demonstration, demonstration, iju 
familiarite, relations, familiarity, 
intercourse, oU>L» t ill I J* j ^ram. 
predicat, predicate, j»- . 



ow> malheur ! wo* / ! Jj j 
enough / ! t yiS" . 



assez : 



l _ J" ^ 

Oot* et 1 iai»I , /a/, ^iL , rar. ii«I , 

tn/~. 00U «* ^ftu* , donner, offrir, to 
give, offer, ^.1*1 1 l J^\ ; attribuer, to 
assign,j**a>- ; permettre, to permit,^" ; 
rendre (tel), to mafo (suck), l-iS"*!**- J ^». 
imposer a, to impose upon, (a.) ._jJS" j 
placer, ^tablir, to put, establish, a-*j 
^!il j supposer, to suppose, ,j*ji\ . 
- l >j*vy*l\ p. Ij |C*/ ta*»l etre apte, to 
ie a/><, j-u- ; permettre, to o/Zoui, jrf* ; 
aider, to A«//>, OtL. ■ se donner, to give 
oneself, <oij ^ic.\ II |JL/ o<n- se retirer, 
to retire, i^r~J>\ J permettre, to a/tow, jur' 
I! ) isom permettre de, to a//ow to, 
ul — f j etre sur le point de, to ie on 
the verge of, ul >iiijl || \»o lsov se 
lamenter, to bewail, ojtl || |w uaov 
tourner le dos, fuir, to torn onc'j p«wrA:, 
^feff, <-jy» 1. ^jI |j pi^ ia»M ffliciter, 
to congratulate, (-!•) U* II [1 .in. oom 
s'engager, to commit oneself, jaUj II iaov> 
|i.m.t dresser des embuches, to /ay 



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snares, OjIT || ^.fiu \» t la©^ ^ } plut 
au ciel que, would to heaven, cJ II laoil 
|&m promettre, to promise, Jpj || ia»vl 
aajo traiter, discuter, to oW with, 
discuss, J^U- ; ^jli || ov*&j> o»J se 
donner, to give oneself, 4jli L Jat1 j s'ap- 
pliquer, to a/>p/)> oneself, x^ r \ • se pr£- 
parer, to moAe oneself ready, L^ j vou- 
loir, to want, ^ijl j aller, to go, <_J>i 

j| ptia o»t» donner en mariage, to 
giw in marriage, (a.) ^jJ j| o«u 
po^kS repondre, rendre compte, to 
answer, account, LL*- (.i.) ^.jl 4 i_jU-I 

IJovua^. taov.se soumettre, to 5«£- 
mi*, *-i^- || (la iaov* crier, to cry, f _ r * 

J I ovloj laovl rendre l'ame, to £U>« up 
*A« gAarf, ^j)\ JUI j| *^» (*-*» taotl 
mettre dans les bonnes graces de, 
to /»ttf in the good graces of, yfi- J£J 

|| faa^o* ia6V> finir, to finish, ^1 

|| |a&^* o»v» saluer, dire adieu, em- 
brasser, to gra*) bid farewell, embrace, 
Jil* c (-i.) joj c (jj) L»- I [ ILueiVl ia©\I 
convenir (avec), to am to agreement, 
Jiji || |6*aL i^otl subir une peine, 
to undergo a penalty, <-Sj* [| I190L taoyl 
porter remede, to remedy, ^jta II taou 
lyotai oj-o v p» ypovX Dieu leur donna 
de voir la lumiere, God gave them to see 
the light, j_yi\ "*ijj ill i^a j . 

- taoi , impir. Pe'al, = interj., allons ! 

courage ! come on ! cheer up I \ W 

! <^*-J \ *»w pl- 

- poo** n. ag. ; donateur, donor, i_-alj , 

- |Loaoov> J |Lo=l>ov> , donation, dona- 

tion, ijt . 
■ IbAotaM don, grace, ^i//, favour, i-» 
iwJ * fiootaM , a<fo., gracieusement, 
gratis, gratuitously, gratis, l)Lf 4 Ujo . 

- laovM || ^uo o Jaovw contrat, contract, 

X»p j commerce, commerce i>\j£ . 



joow Judee..., 0. n. ^r. 

- Hoot* , Ujoov. , |*9&« , juif, Jewish, 

- |La*9oov» ok |La*joov» judaisme, juaa- 

ism, ^^Jl ^Jl . 

- 6^|yo»v. a la maniere juive, a/ter fAe 

Jewish manner, *j?)\ JSCi Jt . 

- 2 >ov»L/ professer le judaisme, to /wo- 
_/«5 Judaism, ^J^Jl ^oll «J . 

i*o>» , excl., hourra ! hurrah ! \ ob-^lj . 

Uo>I , 'fc.ov? , m. «</., tribu, tribe, *LJ ; 
troupe, froop, *£.\f- . 

l-iV^ti jubil6, jubilee, Jjjj . 

^a* , /a/, jugum, arpent, acre,u)ljli c i_-j j>- • 
li^fti , /a*, jugera, pi. 

fA. et tyo< , /., (lettre) yud, (letter) yudh, 
• j _h(<-V-) ',—pl- Ifa^— ( ?) amulette, 
amulet, l*j* . 

\£>*1 , >oal , /1/. p3al «/ IficAal , jour, 
^^ Cji l k Jour Supreme, the Last 
Day, jvt-^}\ fjJl || \L&al pendant 
quelque temps, during some time, 3-U 
t>v" <j* (I u *iwft> ^« en son temps, 
in his time, «£jj || ^»b u^i mois 
plein, full month,^^^ || |6j2o^j |bo* 
annee pleine, full year, iL.IT i> || ^ 
opoa* «< |moi ^a le meme jour, 
aussitdt, on the same day, immediately, 
SlU- 4 4Jli ajJI j || |ioai jo^o hier, 
r^cemment, yesterd&y, recently, a^-jUI 

ov*a*A ^a* j , tfto., chaque jour, every 

dqy, c^i jr. 

- |im&* , ^oA* } aujourd'hui, to a'a)', 

\jaa , m. etf, colombe, dove, i.U . 
v a* Grece..., v. n. pr. 

- \Zal grec, |r«*, tjlJ Ji . 



- 6wpeu en grec, in greek, Lili^j * a la 

grecquc, after the greek fashion, <-—»- 

- 4 *icuL/ se faire grec, to make oneself 
greek, \-JIj_jj *— ju J»- . 

91* [nom d'un dieu, name of a god, <dl <-']• 

uj! poste militaire, mi/ttary jta<ton,ii»- jS^>. 

^»31L»J , 1 lSmJ , iflftj , emprunter, to 
borrow, ^j^ . - 1 *S>«L/ p. 

- \kou J - I^M emprunteur, borrower, 

|&3|ZI , emprunt, dette, loan, debt, 

- 3 *B|o/ preter, to lend, ,yij . 
lyft-^ull , c. Ijaal , fumee... 



^»*»»/ . |**~« unique, unique, -L>-j • 

- ^U^> unique, unique, J^-j J solitaire, 

solitary, Jj-l. ; ermite, Aerm:7, il— L» • 
moine, mort£, i-J»b J individuel, sin- 
gulier, individual, singular, ^iji t jli ; 
|&*C*-»* /• ; propriete, property, i~»U- . 

- &*f C<^ separement, apart, «u-U- J* ; 

solitairement, solitarily, bjii* . 
_ |La*£»-" unite, uraTy, Sa»-j ; singula- 
rity, singularity, v'-^y 5 solitude, 
solitude, iljiil ■ vie monastique, nw- 
nasiiV /x/i?, 4-$Lj »L>- . 

- 2 vjII unir, to unite, (,i.)A»-j . - 2 t*uL|/>. 

- r «loI , sqf'el, separer, to separate, jj ; 

oo , priver de, to deprive of, J* fj>-', 
Jo , exempter de, to exempt from, 
j. l jL*\ . - r vlo£^? r. ; etre soli- 
taire, to be solitary, Ji^-I . 

- |^.a!m solitaire, solitary, i^- ; singu- 

lier, singular, ^iji , 



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- Mt~a>» solitairement, solitarily, 

- |Lo»^atM solitude, solitude, jLiil . 

|£*** avorton, abortion, Jai- . 
. l ifr.. . } \^m.|j , avorter, to miscarry ,i»JL<l , 

- 2 t£uL» ; - 3 >^~o/ faire avorter, to 
cause abortion of, Li- 1 . 

(Vu) . 3, %-.o/ , , Vx , ^o , desesperer 
de, to despair of, j. ^Ju j abolir, to 
abolish, Jlji . 

lyav*** antilope..., p. |*»~ . 
(->fr-) . 3 c4o|L? etre aide, to Ae A*/- 
/«</, At_^- . 

i** 6..., o..., ...Ij . 

1 ^o&* etre oa devenir noir, to A« or 
become black, J^-l . Rappr. 1 >43/ . 

(^) . |6^: , abs. fez , /./. i&^: , 

lamentation, lamentation, Jj^p . 
- 3 ^iLi? se lamenter, to uunT, J_j* . 

*^» , &\j , enfanter, engendrer, to 
Aegrf, giw Atr/A to, (-i«) -d j i J-Jl . 
- 1 &J.f p. ; naitre, to Ac Aorn, (jt) jj, ; 
se produire, to occur, J~«»»- t j_j^j . 

- I^olU qui engendre, parent, who gives 

AirfA, parent, «_-ij* <■ JJ>» . 

- |Lof aV> genealogie, genealogy, iLJL 



n.|*x. par generation, by generation, 
jlJjj tf. \ par droit de naissance, by 
birthright, »^!J\ 3* . 

|Lot^ generation, enfantement, gene- 
ration, childbirth, oJ^J i JLJI ; condi- 
tion de fils, condition of son, ^\ 5JL— . 

\'^1 , S^ , enfantement, childbirth, 
oJ^j j naissance, birth, o*b/j ; jour 
de naissance, birth-day, Sj"il^ll ^y_ ; 
— coll., descendance, descent, i ji J 



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habitants, inhabitants, <1>ISC- ; |^Z 
pi. ; enfants, children, ■»*}/>! ; |LfS» 
descendants, descendants, <_jUpI ]| &«a 
l«^* jour de naissance, rfay q/" AirfA, 

- iC^&K enfantement, generation, child- 

birth, generation, JLJI t jJjj ; pro- 
duction, producing, jU^I J commen- 
cement, beginning, ►Oj . 

- |L£k.oL generation, generation, JLJI j 

creation, creation, jJU- j origine, on- 
£«, J~»1 ; race, race, J_i ; IL^oL 
pi. ; parents, relatives, ^jUI . 

- 2 LA* aider a 1'accouchement (sage- 
femme), to help at childbirth (midwife), 
(iLU) aJjJL o-uL. . 

- I LA* mere, mother, j»l ; sage-femme, 

midwife, SLli . 

- | j<£I petit enfant, /i«k child, >w- oJj . 

- ILoyctL. enfance, infancy, iJlj>- . 

- fcu|)&* par droit de naissance, by 

right of birth, li^J\ j*£ . 

- 3 £o/ engendrer, produire, to engen- 
der, produce, -i>-j\ i (Ju) jJj \c. 2 $1 . 
- 3 &oLLlP- 

- liA^t n. ag. ; |6^i,A&>o /. ; mere, 

mother, A \ sage-femme, midwife,4b\j. 

- |Lai^k&M generation, generation, JLJi . 



(R. A_3k) , Aip , apprendre, 
to learn, 1*3 * s'informer, to inquire, 
i*^-l J o , etre inform^ de, to Je 
informed of, Je- c-iij . - 1 iSL£//>. 
|£&* n. ag. ; disciple, disciple, i-Jj . 
\L&1 disciple, disciple, xJLl ; instruit, 
expert, learned, expert, _/-~ i leu . 

|L n5 . \ i connaissance, science, know- 
ledge, science, JU t ii^. II |i »a<T j) 
ignorance, ignorance, J^- , 



1** — fr» 

- | i" > \ fc« doctrine, science, discipline, 

doctrine, science, discipline, ic t ,_-*X. ; 
religion, religion, iilo j secte, sect, 
IcOj II li£W ;J» disciple, disciple, 
IJt ; condisciple, condisciple,,j>j\x, ; 
coreligionnaire, coreligionist, j iijLi- 
jjjUfl || li&^a* &*a ecole, school, i->.U . 

- |.i1\<u intelligible, intelligible, jSC: 

- 2 £& enseigner, to fea^A, (a.) JL. ; 
informer, to inform, i*l ; habituer, 
to habituate, ijt- . m 2 .»<Tif />. ; ^ , 
va , s'exercer a, to practise, Jc jyc" . 

- ) i^\vt n. a£. ; maitre, master, i*. ; 

savant, docteur, learned, doctor, J I* 

- |i i^\vf> de maitre, of master, ,^1*. . 

- k*li£A» en docteur, as a doctor, JLT . 

- |Lni°i\y) doctrine, doctrine, i_-ax» • 

savoir, knowledge, Si^* j enseigne- 
ment, teaching, ~Lj ; trait£, treatise, 

aJaLu . 

* J - * r 

|ao* , />/. 1&&. , mer, jot, _^j ; lac, Zafo, 
«j^ ; etang, marais, pond, marsh, ji£ 
i~kJ- ; \Lcl , £oiu , /»/. |&&»I , lac, 

- |k«>ota&* petit lac, lakelet, j& . 

- \+£aol marin, maritime, marine, mari- 

time, i$j£ ; subst., marin, seaman,^ j^- , 
pm*l , pi. \ \h\h *l et |L&**«{ , jour (op- 
pose a nuit), day (opposite to night), 

(JJ xj) ji; || xuL? JLi , v . \^L . 

_ ^fti^,] diurne, diurnal, ^ jl^ ; d'un 
jour, of one day, A>-1j *ji j. J d'au- 
jourd'hui, of to-day, /»jjl j» . 

(Jao*) . ^? rf ^ , J^P' , »^'r. 
i^ft* g/ u>*« , jurer, faire serment, to 
swear, take an oath, jr-ii <. .JlU- . 



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taoaao , ^^_/. |ta»a*o , rar. Itaoaaa , 
aos. pe«M , /., pi. | Coo aw e/ |k*»aw , 
serment, oa/A, ._kJU- ; adjuration, 
adjuration, Xti ' exorcisme, exorcism, 

- [**l. qui fait serment, who takes an 

oath, <_JJU- . 

- 3 i*aooJ faire jurer, to make swear, AiU j 
adjurer, to adjure, -liJ ; exorciser, to 
exorcize, (^) t y- . - 3 i*aooLLf />. 

- Iumuo exorciste, exorcist, j» J*« . 

- ILauaooM exorcisme, exorcism, fju . 

\ 1» X> * de droite, rigA* («<#.), ^ j 
rata*, y., droite, main droite, ngAf, 
rigA/ Aon^, ^c Oj t ,>* j serment, 
oaf A, i_}JU- ; ordination, ordination, <«Lj- 
1 1 |i.*ii J-a place a droite, elu, s«f on 
*Ae ngAf, */<tff, jlai t t>-*J' J« i-Julj ; 
d'heureux auspices, of happy auspices, 

- [.i.'o. de la droite, of the right, J* 

l >*Ji ', juste, just, JiU j heureux, 
Aa/pfty, 



- fc^|i.v^ a droite, on the right, h-s . 

» 2 ^a* saluer de la main droite, to greet 
with the right hand, J*JI -UIj (.i.) L- . 

- ^^aa»L , ^a*L , sud, .you/A, v^r J 

vent du sud, south wind, (;>»A j) ^j^r 
[j i^j^m ^LL sud-est, south-east, 

- liu&«L meridional, southern, <Jj~^- ; 

subst., sud, south, v^-T • 

lasti* , c. ^anjuj , adolescent... 

y& i •) . 1 iai*/ , \a>\>, sucer, to suck,^** . 

- }aai» enfant a la mamelle, suckling 

Child, r^J>j . 

- |&aL{ allaitement, suckling, pMj' . 



■ 3 taju/ e/ ifejof allaiter, to suckle, **J>j\ . 
-T6>aju4» («:<;.), I&OJUM [or.), nournce, 



nurse, 



£fj* ' 






* r * r 



pa&ea* «/ ^aua* , 60/., jasmin, jasmin, 0^*^i . 

^i °>m »j . 3 A<Lo? ajouter, to add, 
<_jL»l j augmenter, to augment, jlj ; 
aux., = plus, de nouveau. = more, 
again, yljijO 1 = (/.v. : .i->rn>o .*&m&» 
ils prennent plus, thsy take more, jj-U-L 
j£\ \ l>Lo (Axao/ il repondit de nou- 
veau, he answered again, iJlj <j^"0 
- 3 A-oLL/ p. ; r. 

- L&^oaoL ; - |6Ax»oL • - iAmoL addi- 

tion, augmentation, addition, aug- 
mentation, JjIj j <. i»L»! . 

[Jit , ornith., ( ?) perdrix des sables, sand- 
grouse, liai . 

1 I P * 

^- V .» 5 ^i.Jj , germer, sortir, croitre, 
to sprout, spring, grow, ^ c j j> c £-i . 

- (6-C , />/. ItClii , plante, />/anf, ixJ J 

co//., plantes, plants, ottU j arcA., 
merlon, merlon, Cr^j^ ij°. Sj*" J cre- 
neau, battlement, 43^ . 

- 1 b»^a» germination, croissance, ger- 

mination, growth, j£ t j j ji ; pousse, 
plante, jAooi, plant, hJ 1 9j> - coll., 
plantes, plants, obJ . 

- 3 1*1.0/ faire germer, faire croitre, to 
make spring, make grow, ^ ! c «^1 

Ujw , zoo/., (?) bouquetin, bouquetin, ^-jJ 

S& ^ * , ^ , avide, greedy, pL* . 

- fc^Jix. avidement, greedily, **lo . 

- |Loix» avidit6, greedines, *i»- ; cupidit6, 

cupidity, iit ^; ^ayarice, avarice, ^ . 



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- ^x» avide, greedy, *A»- . 

- 2 ^-> rendre avide, to make greedy, «J»I . 

|^« broussailles, brushwood, ryj* j mal- 
heur, misfortune, ~*~ua* < 

- .^ broussailleux, bushy, ry_yi\ j£i ' . 
i. 1 \3u , c. 1 p/ , cuire... 

h. (^») . 3 u»3oJ achever, to finish lSf -\ ' } 
detruire, to destroy, (..L.) *-?j>- \ intr., 
cesser, expirer, disparaitre, to cease, 
expire, disappear, ^~^j i 4*-jj£~J>\i 4 Jlj j 
suffire, pouvoir, vaincre, to suffice, can, 
to vanqish, <_-!*■ 4 jAS 4 (_$*"• 

- &.|il3a» || m jj sans relache, unre- 

mittingly, 9 LkaJl Oji . 

- |Loxl3u» manque, lack, ^aJU j Eclipse, 

eclipse, <_!>j-^". 
utai4I , (?) StX'puvas, discorde, dis- 
cord, J\£ . 
Uiu , coude, avant-bras, elbow, forearm, 

[tiu ou |ww peuple, people, <--*-< . 

<3j* , iSjl* , « , ^ , ? , rar. ^ , 
s'inqui^ter de, s'occuper de, pourvoir 
a, to be anxious about, take care of, provide 
for, ijjljj i > ^-.tl 4 j <Jbl . 

- |£ow n. «£. ; prepose\ caretaker, i_jJ»^» J 

tuteur, guardian, lS ^j . 

- Cu|3ow avec soin, carefully, »U^b . 

- |&3. , 63. , pi. f&-3< , soin, rare, .1^1 . 

etre objet de soin, to be cared for, 
4j ^ j ~» , *6tre gu^ri de, to be 
cured of^jZ. 

- \£* u preoccupe, diligent, preoccupied, 

diligent, ^f 4 ^* || J ^ \±*£ j'ai 
soin de, / take care to, j **'> . 

- k*l°u u avec soin, carefully, »lucL . 



- |Laa*»* soin, application, care, applica- 
tion,'J\ cr \ t.btl j remede, remedy, .Ijj . 



a * ' *P 



l>fe4o*> diligent, diligent, -Lfjf ; cu- 



rieux, curious, 

.t r ^ r* 



|i*» j J t» j inclination, volonte, incli- 
nation, will, oljl t J_. ; desir, desire,lfy ; 
pensee, thought, ^i . 

- 1> j v» passionne, pervers, passionate, 

perverse, Jj jj 4 jU . 

1 ■« ^ 
*-tt* , «xip etre en feu, bruler, etre 

brule, to be on fire, burn, be burned, 

- |L»o* , Lt-A< ', -|Lo>aa* feu, incen- 

die, fire, conflagration, Jij- 4 jU . 

- t»«A» consume, consumed, 3jf- j bru- 

lant, burning, r^k* . 
-I»a» 1° k/. ; 2° holocauste, holocaust, 
'«> || Jik^JL 1^1 id. 2°. 

- \j+sl* feu, incendie, fire, conflagration, 

Jij>- t jli ; chaleur, heat, »j\j>- . 

- t>Cao« feu, fire, jU . 

- ICaom foyer, hearth, oi^. • embrase- 

ment, fire, Jl^>-I . 
- 2 v a.\L{ etre bruld, to be burnt, Jj«-I ; 

bruler (intr.), to burn (intr.), J<cil . 
- 3 *oo( bruler, consumer, to burn, 

consume, J/-1 j cuire, to cook, iJ* . 

- 3 r oou; /i. 

- |Lat^ao» combustion, combustion 

Jlju-I j combustibilite, combustibi- 
lity, jL^-VI iLU . 

IvJoa^, u»otoaa|-., |iXu»a., etc., UXXlvoo?, 
min., hyacinthe, jacinth, ^y^i . 

(j»-) . tloaj image, forme, image, form, 
*i_rf> iajj^> j type, iy/»s, Jli. j exem- 
plaire, to/5y, ii^-j . 

- 2 ^a-i representer, to represent, (a.) Ji. • 

former, to form, b^ . - 2 ^a*L/ /». 



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_ jUal^ } adj., caracteristique, characte- 
ristic, yt ; lfr,.iin.w /. ; subst., 
caracteristique, characteristic, i«"i^ . 

iO' , &>U , £tre lourd, to be heavy, Jx? ; 
€tre alourdi, to be dulled (stj «*•) Jit ; 
etre a charge, peser, to be burden, to 
lie heavy, Jit t JjL» ; etre precieux, 
oher, estime, to be precious, dear, estee- 
med, l>jw t Ul* t lv ulS". 

- \ial poids, weight, Jit . 

- |L^-J , />/. IL?ftI , charge, load, J*- ; 

bagages, luggage, icul j femme et 
enfants, wi/e fl«</ children, iVjjj »\,*l J 
honneur, honour, >J»yi . 

- |£s<u poids, charge, weight, load, Jit 

J*- J cherts, high cost, .^e- . 

- 1j*a&* cherte, AigA cost, *~te . 

- |£a*f honneur, dignit£, honour, dignity, 

*J j 4 tjjji J gloire, ^fory, *£■ J dedi- 
cace (de sanctuaire), dedication, 
(am) J^-£ ; don, gift, 4-ft j inter£t, 
interest, 2-iJli ; depense, expense, <iii ; 
marge (de livre), margin (of book), 
(u-.br) ,ji»U || \iL*l 6*» latrines, 

- 2 ^al honorer, to pay honour, (^~)j*j J 
estimer, to esteem,(A») j-& . - 2 *a*LI p. 

- |*a«m honorable, honorable, JJl»- J 

noble, noble, J-y ; pr£cieux, magni- 

fique, precious, magnificent, Jot- l j*£ . 

_ fcujia** avec honneur, with honour, 

- ILotolao haut prix, high price, J I* js 

|| yLo^alw votre excellence, your 
excellency, ci-U^»- . 

- p »';~>* estime, choix, esteem, choice, 

- \i+al lourd, heavy, JJit ; profond 

(sommeil), sound (sleep), ({j) J^ ', 



important, grave, important, weighty, 
«Jui 4 »^. j difficile, difficult, <_-«-*» ; 
digne, consider^, dignified, respected, 
jCm> i J j* J J cher, aime, dear, 
beloved, *-?&>■ ' j j* ', de valeur, 
valuable, <»J»J1 ./iT J rare, rare, jili j 
sourd, <fca/, J-}>\ ; IL^aI /. ; atti- 



rail, apparatus, Sat ; |L<*&* /. />/. ; 

sacrements, sacraments, 4-0*4 jl^-1 

|| ;-"■--<■ a grand prix, at a high 

price, JU i jJj . 

. &*!;*&• lourdement, peniblement, 



heavily, laboriously, ^ 1 J»^ J 
avec honneur, ujifA honour, djti j 
a grand prix, a* a high price, JUj^ . 

- |Lo»»&* lourdeur, heaviness, Jit * 
gravity, gravity, ii I J j . 

- 3 «io? rendre lourd, to mafo Ara^y 
(-i.) Jit ; rendre sourd, to make 
deaf, j? ; charger, to foa<f, (-i») J*- ; 
^1 , etre a charge a, to be burden- 
some to, Je Jit ; honorer, to pay 
honour, (**) ij^i ; etre honored to Ae 
honoured, f j£j ; etre dur d'oreille, 
to Ae Aarrf 0/^ hearing, 4*if Jit . 
- 3 taoLL{ etre accable, to Ae overbur- 
dened, (*■) Ji^-T . 

1 90*0* crapaud, toaa 1 , *U ^i-J . 
/It*) . r L.jo^»f , e/to/., se trouver, etre, 
to happen to be, be, JlT t o^l ; ^a> , 
lutter avec, to wrestle with, JjIS ; oser, 
to (/are, ^^^ . 
- |LaiIjofc*»o reunion, reunion, ^W' . 

0^», <3jp , etre ou devenir grand, 
croitre, to be or become big, increase, 
be 4 _^T j s'elever, etre exalte^ honor^, 
to me, be exalted, honoured, Ji«J t *ijjl 
C^SCj ; ^10 , l'emporter sur, to prevail 
over, Jt i_JUj . 



145 



£** — s$* 



- 3 u»to/ rendre grand, to make big, 
(,i.) iac • exalter, to exalt, (a») >J . 

|<V» , »£ cours d'cau, ruisseau, riviere, 
stream, brook, river, j? tSJL- t»U t£j* . 

|yo^ , /., chacal, jacia/, ^jT ^ ■ ! . 

1*4** , \~'yj. mois, month, _^> \~++ i»»j 
nouvelles lunes, new moons, ii*> . 

)b±*U voile, rideau, veil, curtain, v^**" 
jli^ j tente, tenf, S~jJ- . 

- |GteJote*£I petit tapis, little carpet, 

forig, JU> . Rappr. yjf . 
jj;I , 200/., lizard, lizard, d/sj>- . 
if^t* , />/. )7ti.\^. , decret imperial, 

imperial decree, iSjj^j^ fj"j* • 
(.»{-•) • 3 *»o{ elever, to raise, vj j exal- 

ter, to «xo/{, (-i.) Jit . 

(**♦-») . x i*W , **»U } &re livide, to 6e 

JL©V» , ia£ , />/. paa^ , legume, wge- 
toiif, o^-i^ . 

-Jiiu paleur, ^a/for, u_p-S ; /ia/A., 
jaunisse, jaundice, jLL» _^1 ; 6of., 
chlorose, chlorosis, utf/ • arf;., jaune, 
yellow, jL*\ . 

- ILaao^ paleur, pallor, v^*~* j splen- 

deur, splendour, oA»- . 

- (j>ja- vert, green, y-i^l J livide, livid, 

jju** ; .rufc*., ldgumes, herbes, vege- 
tables, (->Li*l I jUii-t . 

- 3 kOfo( fitre livide, to be livid, jk*>\ j 
devenir vert, to £roa> £re«n, j**>-\ J 
rendre livide, to make livid, (-i.) ji-o J 
rendre vert, to nwte £««", (A^j^f- . 

- ILoayaa* couleuri jaune, yellow colour, 



- la*ja» , bot., carthame, safflower, \>j . 

- \L^&,path.,}a.waisse,jaundice,j\JLeji\. 

(*•*» ) . 1 Lt*l , L»)j , henter, to iwAeri/, 
•-"JJ j prendre possession de, to take 
possession of, iJUbul ; gagner, to gain, »o_ j . 

- |fc , l£ ; - ILotl , /. iLLoj: , heri- 

tier, heir, dylj . 

* * * 

- |LoL(« heritage, possession, inheritance, 

possession, dlL i SJljj || |CoL*I *a 
coheritier, co-heir, <L>j\ j -.11. . 

■ 3 L$oJ j 2</., faire heriter de, to„ mo£« 
inherit of, <t>jj\ . 

■»'• »■ 

- pLyoM testateur, testator, ^j , 

(ia**) . 3 ta*o/ etendre, to extend, -U , 

^y • »J . 3 ^*o? 6tendre, to extend, X. • 
diriger, to conduct, («*•) *»- j ; Conner, 
dire, to confide, say, JU t fojl j ?«v , 
conspirer avec, to conspire with, *. jAj . 
m 3 i^aoLL/ etre augment^, to be increa- 
sed, <J^ ^tj \\\ oi^.J t£*of aider, to 
W/>, 6U-I . 
• r ^u. } saf'el, conduire, to conduct, 
ili ; Lob. , livrer a, to Aan<f op«r to, 
Jl L.\ . - r ^Io6*/ ^tre tendu, 
present^, to be stretched out, presented, 
fjj^ i 4i.l ; paraitre, to appear, j£> • 
s'6tendre, to be put forth, ]a~jj\ ; 
grandir, croitre, to grow, increase, 
lc t j^T ; ^. , L^. , desirer, to 

- |Log*&*» avance, advance, p-U^ . 

- |Lu^M>S*» id, ; desir, desire, Xs-j . 

- I^loa* action de conduire, conducting, 

•jL» j extension, extension, jlji.1 • 



»&- 



$~ 



146 



avance, progres, advance, progress, 
3j> i j»JJ«j ; puberte^ puberty, 9jL . 

lg** , anat., oesophage, (esophagus, **1j ; 

gorge, throat, jl>- . 
[Au et o&+* , tow., jaspe, jasper, i_wu . 
|&» y m. et J., essence, nature, essence, 

nature, iij-L t jty*- ; gtre, inn^, c*li . 

_ Aff. ( = pron. refl., = reflex, pron., 

jjU j**" =) uft- moi-meme, myself, 

Jli Ul , rfe. 

- ft- [us. dans A.T. devant compl. dir., 

us. in O.-T. before dir. compl., Jm - ,,,. 
4j J_^uL. JJ J-^JI O^Jt j ] ex. tL \U> 
| iiini , II crea le ciel, ift created 
hzaven, »|(JI jl»i- . 

- job* essentiel, essential, iSj*jr • 

- ft^k* en fait, in fact, XLJti- 1 j ; 

essentiellement, essentially, L 



1 C * 



, — — j im^A - . oL , etre assis, 
s'asseoir, to be seated, sit down, JUj j 
etre situ£, se trouver, to be situated, 
meet, ( _ S S=JI t /»»j ; o , monter sur, 
to get up on, <-£j \ regner, to reign, iilL j 
rester, to remain, ji J habiter, to live, 
J^L- J ^ , assieger, to besiege, j~*\j- J 
etre habite, habitable, to 4e inhabited, 
inhabitable, jSU S^U c U_jSL-. jlT. 

- dfiu p. a. ; habitant, inhabitant, ^i- ; 

I haft- /. ; la terre habitue, fte 
inhabited world, SJ^aULI ^jVI . 

- £&* siege, demeure, 5<?a<, aWtf, fli. 

j£-» ; terre habitue, inhabited 
land, tijkL -^ij ; coll., habitants, 
dwellers, jlSC- . 

- I&A&. e£|&oL excrement, dung, *\j> . 

| J l&aL ft-a latrines, privy, v>U-l C-w . 

- |aLu« , i^Lom , siege, trone, chaire, 

seat, throne, pulpit, j£j> i ^jt- i Jl»i» • 



domicile, habitation, domicile, dwel- 
ling, jSL-* i J>* ; sejour, stay, LUI ; 
table, table, Z-tfl* ; position, position, 
*»>• ; session, session, <-!>- ; facon 
de s'asseoir, way of sitting, ^^U-liL* J 
derriere, buttocks, il— J ; (sLSm 1°^/.; 
2° nocturnes (office), nocturns (office), 
Jill^ji ; 3° ». n. />r. a *il. __ ^/. 

f. jkoi 2° ; les Juges (livre), 
Judges (book), (jA-) »LiiJl j| iu) 
IaLom president, president (J-jjj J 
eveque, bishop, i_iL*! . 

- laLoL , /. IfioLoL , Stranger, foreigner, 

- ILoaLoL habitation, habitation, JS^- ; 

sejour a l'etranger, exil, sojourn 
abroad, exile, ^ji-. t r-J^' J 0^" j 
diocese, diocese, *^>j\ . 
- 2 Lafty. rendre habitable, to moAi Aaif- 
toi&, jSU «;0»- ; peupler, repeupler, 
to people, repeople, SJU ^ c (a.) _^ • 
fonder (une ville), to found (a town) i 
(ij-u) a^i . - 2 oftlL/ />. ; s'etablir, 
etre ^tabli, assis, affermi, to establish 
oneself, be established, seated, made 
firm, .jSCx" c Jui 4 jjJu ( jc~.\ ; 6tre 
habits, to be inhabited, (^f ) J*l ; etre 
ajoute, to be added, >Ju-rfl . 

- [st>l» p.p. f ; situe, situated, ^U ; 

habite, inhabited, J^*L» ; stable, 
stable, Iff j ; grave, modeste, grave, 
modest, ~z£- i JJ-»J J venerable, 
venerable, JJL»- . 

- |i^>&I assis, seated, Atli j situe, 5itea- 

ferf, j^U J habite, inhabited, J^*U 

II M>^m 1^*1^* assis aupres du roi, 

sitting beside the king, ilill «. JtlS . 

- >il>« habitant, dweller, jTU ; habite, 

inhabited, J^aL. . 



147 



♦IS- — d&* 



•> 3 iaLo( faire habiter, etablir, fonder, 
to make inhabit, to establish, found, 
j_i c *UI t OiJl j epouser, to marry, 
; r jJJ ; differer, to <&/er, (.*•) J>-l . 
- 3 oLoLL{ se fixer, habiter, to «#fc 
flown, inhabit, £~* t ^2x^1 c A»i . 

pofiu , >ok« } /. Itaok* , orpheJin, 
orphan, -a . 

* d 9 « 

- |Lu«bu e'tat d'orphelin, orphanage, *j . 

- 2 ;ok* rendre orphelin, to make an 
orphan, *~J . - 2 *6uL{ />. 

1 > it* r * 
$&■* , »LJi , rester, etre de reste, etre 

en plus, to remain, be left over, exceed, 

(je) i\j c J^i c Ji ; ^a , etre meil- 

leur que, surpasser, to Ae A«fter rton, 

surpass, JU c j. J^iil jlT ; gagner, 

profiter, to gain, have profit, -iiil t ^ j J 

6tre utile, to be useful, *ii . 

- lyfiu , »k* , corde, nerf, fibre, string, 

sinew, fibre, ^Jul t J'^ c i_wip t j j J 
poutre, Aram, _ r ^»- . 

-liyLal restes, remains, OlLii ; abon- 
dance, plenty, lj\je- J valeur, vertu, 
ra/u«, virtue, iL-ii i -uJ j utility, gain, 
advantage, gain, ^j t *m J accrois- 
sement, increase, oljj ; interfits, 
interests, AiJ* 1 . 

- pfLal utile, advantageous, «»U . 

- )«LoL Testes, remains, £>"&** J surplus, 

surplus, oL J ; abondance, ^&n(y,!jljt. 

- 2 jts.. faire abonder, to maie abound, 
(.*•) ^j ; ^o , rendre plus grand 
que, to maAre /arg^r than, ,y Jicl jw> ; 
yM , preferer a, to prefer to, Jc(^.)J^J. 
- 2 t&-Lf ^. ; surpasser, to surpass, Jl» ; 
surabonder, to superabound, il J ■ 
tirer profit, to benefit by, «isil . 



- 1 )&>•» excellent, excellent, fj\i \ meil- 
leur, Ae/ter, j^l ; |L?&I» / ^/. ; 
vertus, virtues, JJLii || |Lf&I*» ^9(a 
pierre precieuse, precious stone, j***- 

l-f: 

- &*|yAuMexcellemment,«xc«//en//y,4»ljo. 

- |Lo«fixM excellence, superiority, «r«/- 

few*, superiority, 3j£ <. **\j J perfec- 
tion, perfection, JUS" j abondance, 
plenty, Jjljc J utility, utility, »-lJli , 

- |»*&* 1°, adj., qui est en plus, which 

is above, Jjjj ; superflu, superfluous, 
J^ili t Jtflj J excessif, excessive, AsLljjU J 
meilleur, plus grand, Aftter, greater, 
jS"\ i j— »-i ; grand, nombreux, 
surabondant, large, numerous, supera- 
bundant, ji£ t JbJip t jS j impair, 
odlrf, ijk* ; ^m , eloigne de, etran- 
ger a, manquant de, prive de, per- 
dant, far off, stranger to, wanting, 
deprived of, losing, jc >-rlJ- ' & -^ 
oili t j. jji. i j\s. ; ^o , qui cesse 
de, who ceases to, je- «ki- ; — 2°, 
subst., surplus, surplus, oU j . || (** 
|^>6k< surnom, cognomen, ~»j£ . 

- J-.&I «f lv-6- abs. ; adv., surtout, espe- 

cially, jo"iH Jc J plus, more, JS"\ ; 
plutot, rather, ^ ^^-'ifL; ||^a ^.^* plus 
que, more than, j. ^ I 1 1 ^.»» ^.e^ oa 
V^o ^»b- t ;■«■■ v-»&* , plus ou 
moins, environ, more or less, nearly, 
U Ja> t»Uj II i^^b ^o ^>bh> beaucoup 
plus, mucA more, _?&> jol || ^»6u 
v*&I ^ ^t^I ou ^.Sla le plus pos- 
sible, the most possible, flk i^U j4*Je. 

- bwl^&l surtout, especially, jS^ Jc . 

- I Lot" 6 - superioritej.avantage, superio- 

rity, advantage, »-tfli c JjiiT ; surplus, 
superflu, surplus, superfluity, oL»j 
<ILai * augmentation, augmentation, 



»*- 



•slojl l abondance, plenty, »jlj* 
|| |&a*&s Lot*& interpolation, 
interpolation, l~t*i . 



■ 8 JLo/ avoir plus, abondammcnt, to 
have over, plentifully, Jot »JL* 0l£" 
•JK» ; laisser, to leave, iij ; etre utile, 



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servir, to be useful, avail, +kt- t *m \ 
iaire gagner, to mofc ^otn, («■) «^ j j 
^» , porter secours contre, to help 
against, (xj>) 4*U ; preparer, to 
prepare, (wi.) L* ; tirer profit, to 
draw profit, *iiil . 




y 20, 20, T • ; ^ 200, 200, X" . 

ta , reprimander, to rebuke, <_J! . 

- |LJa , A'- |LlIa reprimande, rebuke, 

<-joIj ; execration, execration, ,y>i . 

-M^, c .i|)i. -MlSLf A 

- (I/aa reprimande, rebuke, u-JU . 

l 1 i* 
Oj»D , o£j , faire soufTrir, to pain, 

(.i.) J! ; soufTrir, to suffer, ill ; se 

repentir, to repent, fA> . - 1 <Ji3|L/ A 

[[ o£k. ojj il a soufFert, he has 

suffered, i\j . 

-&\* douleur, pain, Ji j maladie, 
sickness, ^j* ; blessure, wound, ~-j>- 
|| U*P ojsdysenterie, dysentery, j\*-j. 

- ]*k\s douloureux, painful, J J* . 

- pCoJs souffrant, suffering, ibu ■; dou- 

loureux, painful, J J* . 



- 2 ia^la faire soufTrir, to pain, (.i.) J J . 

-2o^LfA 

- ^I&s affliction, affliction, ilS". 
-^i^li/ faire soufTrir, to pain, (jJ) Ji . 

- M»|a» (occ.) ok p|am (or.), souffrant, 

suffering, ibu ; afflig6, afflicted, <_-~£* ; 

malade, jtci, jiy . 
uofa humeurs..., u. u&m&s , 
}jaM(£ , c. \taztL*s } tempete... 

Coals 1° a savoir, to wit, ^1 ; 2° par 
exemple, for example, $li. ; 3° comme 
si, as if, J \S~ ; 4° 6tant donne 1 que, 
since, -ul Lc || 9 ficwU trf. 5° e* 4°. 

^ khan(monar que), khan (monarch), (jUaJL. 

p£ khan, caravanserail, khan, caravan- 
sary, i3-ui <. ol*- . 
^(3 juste..., u. .o» . 
909(2 iof., camphre, camphor, jji^. 
|££ , /., pierre, stone, >«- \\ |^od» &£ 



fil a plomb, plumb-line, j\^ 



sis 



150 



- |id|a ; - jli3|S de pierre, of stone, 

- 3 AsLL/ etre change" en picrre, to be 
transformed into stone, j>^- J I J^ . 

<A— O faire honte, reprendrc, punir, to 
put to shame, reproach, punish, (ju} J»- 
*~i>S 4 (-L.) l-Ji j s'opposer a, to be 
opposed to, f jtf . - 2 $jL$L/ ^. 

- tl-a* oa }£* triste, morne, jarf, 

gloomy, ^L c t-jjiT. 

- 6upy(aaa avec reprobation, with repro- 

bation, uUp u . 

- Iv-|— 3 penible..., z>. }aa . 

- IJ(*» ou Ijoai honte, shame, J» • 

affront, affront, iiU! ; punition, 
punishment, ^LaJ . 

v oLp sultane, sultana, S3 ILL. . 

<C»* j /•, ^'. |LjaS , foie, /uw, -uT ; 
colere, wrath, c-.yit , 

- U*»3 irascible, irascible, «_~^i)l *i_j*. . 

- Ivlsa irritd, angry, t^li . 

- 2 jaa» «/. - 2 t aaL/ s'irriter, to ge/ 
angry, <_~^£. . 

ILaafl , ^/. £las (or.), |ZIm (otc), excrd- 
ment, bouse, excrement, dung-cake, Jj j . 
paa£ galette ronde, round cake, jXl-a^J. 
llaa , ar. jL»- , boulanger, baker. 
(lad lien, bond, -Li . 

1 r 
^ f^ , , ceindre, revStir, to gird, gird 

on, clothe, put on, ^ i jkJ i (*i.) jLi 

<_^' • ~ 1 ^* a L/ p. ; r. ; se voiler, to 

p«7 oneself, i_-»«^ . 

- |ua) voil6, wt£«/, i-j^!^ 1 i |6o*aa /. ; 

manteau, cloak, »bj . 

-|&ta» manteau, ctoaA:, •!.>_> . 



- tfaa action de ceindre, girding on, 

jkJ t jJaJ ; ceinture, girdle, i«k«. J 
manteau, c/oai, <_iLu . 

- 2 ^ftL/ se ceindre, to girfi 1 oneself ] jkS . 
- 3 ^ia/ faire se ceindre de, vetir de, 

to make gird with, clothe with, i (^*)jLt 
j-JI . - 3 ^ftLL/ p. 

1 *aa , , se multiplier, etre nombreux, 
to multiply, be numerous, j£ t j& . 

- It*^a grand, big, jS ; nombreux, 

numerous, >sT j ^ai oAj. m. ; adi>., 
beaucoup, mucA, \j-iS" . 

- ^a rf taa? peut-etre, perhaps, Lc j ; 

deja, depuis longtemps, already, long 
since, Xm oL. j j» ; presque, almost, 

- 3 *aaf multiplier, to multiply, (-*.) jtT ; 
augmenter, to augment, jlj ; croitre, 
to grow, jlajl . 

|&-£aa ou |&»£aj£ , /., soufre, sulphur, 



■ * * * * 



.*" 4 * 



- 1*&«;a* • - (lifiM^s sulfureux, sul- 
phurous, Jj jjT . 

1 -£* * 

»* ^ n } 5 fouler, to freaa" down, ^Ij j 
presser, to press, Jc J*w ; abaisser, 
to /dkw, o^*^ J opprimer, to oppress, 
JUi j soumettre, to subdue, «™i>-l j 
assidger, to besiege, ^U ; attaquer, 
to atfacA, ^-Ia ; s'emparer de, to ,«tw 
w^on, J*- Jji-i j serrer, mettre en 
reserve, to ftooi aa)<y, ^«/ by,5al>- <-jj*-\ 
mariner, to pickle, *2i\ c c-^i j inter- 
caler, to intercalate, r-jal . - 1 i*aaL//(. 

- IbjMtaa annee intercalaire, intercalary 

year, i-oJ" i> . 

- ILojuaft soumission, submissiveness, 

- U** et |»aa» escabeau, jtoo/, '^^ . 



151 



JOO 



-|»aa conserves au vmaigre, pickles, 
JfVs &>* Ci^jTL . 

- |*aa prise, taking, ^if t JUI . 

i* •* ii ■" r * • i . 

- |i» om ; - IL&UA3&M action de sub- 

juguer, subduing, p-Li>-l . 

- 2 »»as soumettre, reprimer, to subdue, 



repress, j£ t «^i». 



i^l 



1/ A 



- ****»*/ faire asseoir, to make sit down y 

|*aa , ^oo/., b&ier, ram, jiiT. 

O , conj., 1» [temps, fcW, 4-^.j] lorsque, 
tandis que, a>A#i, while, |<Lj s 1*0^ ; 

— 2° [maniere, manner, <J>S] (ex, »£ 

f * 

uy» , (elant) vivant, (being) alive, ^ J) 
ij- ; t»j (1 »3 malgrd lui, in j^t'te o/" 
him, <* >jJb) ; — 3° [concession, 
concession, 3_JLj] quoique, meme si, 
although, even if, jij i jlj < U- J 

— 4° [cause cause, «;*--] parce que, 
puisque, because, since, <ol U ( <uV 

J| «4 v3 J t*^ v» ; »■> «%1 id. 3° 
|| p jka apres que, after, ji Jjo 
|| ** ^* id., ; depuis que, since, JL. 
|| 001 v* 001 le mSme, *Ae jafw, *Jlj 
|| oyLif *a ovL; au meme, to /fo jame, 
<jl-U || ^>t*ot j» ^»*»oi dans le meme 
temps, jn the same time, <jli cJj)\ j . 

(j») . pis petit vase a col 6troit, small 
narrow-necked vase, Jil J-^J >w> .Ul . 

O^D mentir, to lie, ^oT • c» trom- 
per, decevoir, to deceive, deludc,(^)9Xi- 
J4 ^_»U.i ; a"., ca , accuser de men- 
songe, to oow* 0/" lying, (,i») ^oT ; 
ca , abandonner, to forsake, 6 J . 
- 2 ca»sL/ p. ; dire des mensonges, to 
say lies, >->& ; dtre demontr6 men- 
songer, to be proved wrong (£■) ^JS"! 



- |ap menteur, faux, liar, false, *_oLT 

JjL<» jri- l |&»p /. ; mensonge, lie, 

-&»|— a|s faussement, falsely, <-jJSi> . 

- ILoap mensonge, lie, ^_»jT . 

op 1° assez, enough, JslT ; 2° deja, 
depuis longtemps, already, long since, 
Vi i>J ^ '5L» II op ^0 j op ^a lot , 
frf. 2° || op ^0 (j pas encore, not yet, 
■^ o-y • 

1 v* 3 > > subjuguer, soumettre, to subju- 
gate, subdue, «-o>-l t JUaJ ; joindre, 
to join, £j- j labourer, to plough, <L>j>- . 
-\£»Lf A;r. 
- 1 Loup union, unton, &>■ , 

pp vase..., p. p . 

1. 1 Jp , , etre fatigu^, to Ae ftrea 1 , <_-J ; 
maigrir, to ^row thin, J*: . 

- I^^a faible, amaigri, fatigu^, weak, 
thin, tired, jLu i J^Li t 



- ILo^p consomption, consumphon,o\j* . 

- |Loj p action cruelle, cruel deed,^^*. 

- lyyaa , /., vautour, vulture, <-j\m . 

n. 2 jU , ar. (-k*) jjT, troubler, to disturb. 

^*0*-0 , v o»a , pretre, j>nej/, j»lT • 
|Nioo irf. || |io\a u-j grand pr€tre, 
primat, dveque, Aj^A ^rifj/, primate, 
bishop, o\J*> t. iuLl^j-yj t iipl j^lT* 
pontife, pontiff, jv~ . 

- Ujoo ; - ^iioo sacerdotal, sacerdotal, 

<4^f \ sacr6, sacred, ,j»Ai. || poi^&a 
C10U lepre, leprosy, ^j || jL'oo ia*J 
pontifical, pontifical, ^ j-*- . 

- |Luo>a ; > ILa^iop sacerdoce, pries- 

thood, Cjj*£ . 

- 2 \,°»* ^ tre *« clevenir pr€tre, to be or 

4«om« a priest, LklT -^1 jl jlT ; 



Ma3 



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152 



celeljrer, consacrer, servir, to cele- 
brate, consecrate, serve,(fj*),jf&<. i Jj«»-I 
a-U- ; ordonner (un pr6tre),to ordain, 
(t*»T) rJ . -\opif A 

- |L&uopM sacerdoce, priesthood, >^-«j . 

- [jotas irf. ; fonction sacerdotale, 

priestly office, "*&-& 1^. ; calibra- 
tion, celebration, JU^-1 ; consecra- 

-- ii i" A r 
tion, consecration, ( _ r J J -aj || p«a* *a 

eveque, bishop, ijl^k. . 

^\0»-0/ . (Lop abondant, prospere, 
abundant, prosperous, j»\e- <. j*iT . 

- fLajuop opulence, abondance,o^u/£fl£«, 

plenty, »jj <■ **^ . 

- a . o>a rendre prospere, to make prospe- 

rous, j-j1 . - 2 v ipLl*/>. ; ia , abon- 
der en, to abound with, j JX" . 

| Las , las , /, ^/. |& , fenfitre, window, 
eJ»U j caverne, cavern, SjU. J colom- 
bier, dove-house, Si*L<- ; e^agere, .sAeZ£ 
J»j ; bord, edge, '«i . 

if * 

JOJ9 bruler (fr.), to iim (tr.), jj>- . 

- |Jaa brulure, burn, 3j>- \ cauterisa- 

tion, cauterization, S ', reproche, 
reproach, t^itt ; cautere, cautery, l\£L* . 

- 2 u«l bruler (tr.), to burn (tr.), 3_f- . 

I. ^aaa coupe, cup, ^-IT . 
n. Jaoa (i?. iaa) epine, fAom, ii>- . 

- (Laos ; - l«iaos epineux, thorny, jj\J> . 



i • 



, __£j , souffrir, to JK/fcr, ^1 



l^oa maitre, master, <x~* . 

u^os dieu, gorf, <dj . 

* 

pjaa , pi. |Lojjo3 «f I-* 1 ?* 9 , muiet, 



ILoifas , mule, she-mule, <U> j mi/., 
machine de siege, engine o/" j«ge, 

I^oas honte..., v. 2 jl_ 9 . 

1 iaa , r , avoir honte, to be ashamed, J»»>- ; 
^o , craindre, s'abstenir de, to fear, 
abstain from, (f- ^~e <■ ,j» (jU- , 

| fas cruche, jug, jjf , 

|&»&9 caverne, cave, <_a$S . 

&cJ> 5 et f |teaa , gateau, ctffe, i£»T " 
lingot, ingot, SSva-* . 

[ksaj* , aaas , etoile, star, J. || |Za3os 
|Ha^ planetes, planets, £j\j>>cj. j| |&sas 
tiliot comete, corw^, <_Ji« <-Sjf . 
- l>eA3a£ asterisque, asterisk, *+£■ . 

uas&) , /, ornith., chouette, ort;/, (►>. . 

|£u.sas temp£te, storm, 1a^»U . 

(Jas , ^a» , c. Ua , ^s , tout... 

Oii , (Las , lUoJa , /., arche (navire), 
ark, lui- . 

la^aa hache, axe, ^U ; b^che, spade, 

\LLaA , ^»9 , //. Iftl^aa , rein, 
kidney, i-iT . 

1 ^i , ^ooij , ^i , cacher, retenir, 
prendre pour soi, to hide, keep back, 
appropriate, aJIAJ o>-I c>iL- 1 '(-i*) L^ ; 
^i , rejeter, mepriser, to throw out, 
scom, jc*-\ <. iJ . 

90»M&s 9 gouverneur, governor, S\*- . 

uniaa efc., X u H L ^?j humeur, humour, J»U- 
JIL. ; oao£s oa Saols /i/. ; chimie, 
chemistry, L^T . 

I^eoa pretre (juif ou paien), priest 
(Jewish or pagan), (Jj j\ tS-^r) u^ ■> 
pontife (chr^tien), (christian) pontiff, 
(j^—) JT \ IL^eaa pretresse, pries- 
tess, iulT. 



153 



$aS MtS 



- }«{»«» sacerdotal, sacerdotal, <J>j~& \ 
hieroglyphe, hieroglyph, .JtJUj^n* . 

- ILoiMa* sacerdoce, priesthood, C^^ . 
lykttt* poirier, pear-tree, ^U-^H »/? . 

1 P 
^^ , v aa* , etre, exister, to be, exist, 

(^) J ^r J ' ^ ', commencer d'etre, to 

begin to be, »^>»-j Ual ■ avoir lieu, to 

happen, d)JL»- ; etre droit, to be right, 

l»L2=*.l ; etre ierme, stable, to be firm, 

stable, i^j j pouvoir, can, plLi-l . 

- Us , ji*|S , jUi , juste, droit, just, 

right, - it ... t JjU . 

-ILfti^s justice, justice, J-Ac . 

- bx^h justement, justly, J.juj ; a bon 

droit, rightly, ^ . 

- \l^> nature, nature, <u_J» ; substance, 

substance, Jtj*- ; creature, creature, 
*2Lj- ; pouvoir de procreation, 
power of procreation, j>j&l\ »)•** ; anat., 
membre viril, virile member, J»-j jJat. 
II \xtA *a consubstantiel, consubs- 
tantial, <*llj _y»_^i-i ji . 

- J»i*a naturel, natural, ^yc-L j vrai, ftw, 

dt=**- '> physique, physical, ti *J» ; 
gram., primitif, radical, primitive, 
radical, ^*\ i J_,l ; )LJ1* f. ; na- 
ture, nature, i«_l» . 

- &<lils naturellement, naturally, L»-J» . 

- IL.n.i.9 nature, nature, <^> . 

- 2 ^La constituer, former, to constitute, 
form, J-»- ( OjS" ; redresser, to set 
right, *y . m a ^LsL? jft. ; etre, avoir 
lieu, se trouver, to be, happen, be 
present, (^) ju-j t jU. t jlT . 

- Ji*&3 nature, nature, **~& ; existence, 

existence, *j>-j • hasard, hazard, ^Ujz ; 
chance, luck, Ji»- . 
-JiLabtt creature, creature, iSJU . 



- 2 S «A admonester, to admonish, <_JL ; 
redresser, to straighten, ry . - 2 o»L^. 

- ILaxjaAw ; - Wo as admonition, admo- 

nition, £-_£jj . 
- 3 ^s{ creer, constituer, to create, cons- 
titute, Ojf i jU . - 3 v iLL/ p. 

- |uio naturel, natural, ^«...U j apte, 

o£*, j>4»- ; possible, possible, £lL=~. . 

*ia» comte, count, cJ^T . 

I&J03 , ^/. \blias , io/., epeautre, j^e/f, 

It*6ua9 , £. |^oi» , nombnl... 
|&a»&3 convexite, convexity, <oA»- . 

- |ika»as convexe, convex, *->■&■ ; bossu, 

hump-backed, i_j4»-I . 

p»a» «/ L[at) , tow., timbales, kettle- 
drums, ij^jj . 

I«i coupe, «#, (_f.IT . 

|Lta*oai , bot., coriandre, coriander, lj jZ '. 

1 «Aa 9 idoiu , courber, to for/a/, J»- . 
/Jd/^r. 1 Aa . -i^LLf p. 

- 2 A^ , C. J AJ . 

1 p 

+& , »oA» , etre etroit, to 6e narrow, jL* • 
etre p^nible, to be painful, Ji J com- 
primer, to compress, j*o*- . 

- 1%->| — ^ «* li— a mauvais, malsain, 
p^nible, bad, unhealthy, painful, * lS ^ 

- | jo-a lourd (air), sultry (air), (.I^aLaJ . 

- P >»aa chaleur, Aeaf, Sjl^- ; vent chaud, 

hot wind, SjU~ -^j j secheresse, 
drought, i_!»IjI>- . 
- 2 jaaLf etre chaud (jour), to 4e hot 
(day), (jLr) _^- ; subir une injus- 
tice, to undergo an injustice, iliil . 

- 2 ^.^L; bruler (de douleur), to burn 
(with pain), (til) 3j^\. 



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1 }as craindre, to fear, <J»U- . 

\\'t& , /., et ILjai , ruche d'abeilles, 

bee-hive, JwJl •jj^S' . 
lyoa four, feu, furnace, fire, jU i o^i . 
|*aA OU \ak , pi. \Majak , J&pOL, terre, 

/anrf, ^jl ; region, district, region, 

district, iili. . 

XOJUO£, choreveque, ckorepiscopus, 



_ iLoAam-iljai dignite de choreveque, 
dignity of ckorepiscopus, 5-aL«I .-JU . 

1 90 ou joi , xopos, £<#., cor, cor, ^ . 

|Lȣ , /, bagage, charge, J*- . 

iao)>s , X^P°^j vent N.-O., N.W. wind, 

Il^aa bissac, wallet, rj>- . 

l~j*3 cellule, «#, SJS . 

liajoa , /)/. ILaij* 3 > ornith., gnie, crane, y>j . 

w)«s , X^p ^ > banlieue, outskirts, 
(ijail) i-»-Ui . 

Ijkuyas , /. _ fascicule, fascicle, ^^ ' . 
|fiw»yo» bissac, wallet, -rji- . 

v aa»)a3 , trone, siege, throne, seat, 
■XjJL> <. J-jS- ; diocese, diocese, 3J-/J ; 
ville episcopale, episcopal city, o-U 
ILiiJ J base, iore, »-ltU 5 pile (de 
pont), pier (of bridge), (^r-r) ^J* 
|[ l*»fos »a collegue, colleague, j-ij 

|<$o3 , flr. <j* j*- , boucles d'oreilles, ear- 
rings, JsjJ- . 

1 i»a , u.&Ai , rester tranquille, to oe 
quiet, \jj> ; rester, to remain, jj . 

- }»&3 vie tranquille, quiet life, 3jjU oLp- J 
vie ascetique, ascetic life, LSLj »L»- . 
faire se reposer, to make rest, ^-Ijl . 



(las quenouille, distaff, Jjm . 
(jl£o3 , boL, era, m, ii-jS' . 
Laa , pour Lai/ , comme... 
|(LJi , /., souffle, breath, iJ -ii . 
■ 9 ui9( souffler, to Woki, ^^-ij ; exhaler, 
to exhale, *Ju . 

1 "" 

} } ^0 , craindre, to fear, J»U- . 

venerable, venerable, jyj • hon- 
teux, shameful, »Jli . 

- |Lov*— 3 respect, respect, Ajv\ . 

- 2 »**£ faire honte a, to put to shame, 

J**-1 . - 8 jlalf , </., ^* , craindre, 
to fear, <jU- ; ^» , avoir honte de, 
to be ashamed of, j* J»- ; refuser, 
to refuse, ^j . 

- k4> ****** enfaisant honte, by shaming, 



opprobre, opprobrium, jl* . 
lC— as confusion, pudeur, shame, mo- 
desty, <fcJL>- 4 J>»>- . 



- ILai^wA 



- |Lo»C*ot»i» pudeur, shame, "<u±>- . 
(ui ou (Los collyre, fard, AroAZ, paint, 

■ 1 Vj , , farder (les yeux), to paint 
(the eyes), (a*ty v-***" \ aveugler, 
to blind, jf-\ . - 1 %laL/* A 

- 2, WaL/ se farder, to paint one's eyes, 

us 1° conj. end., a savoir, to wit, ^1 j 

done, then, Til j certes, indeed, U»- ; 

2° adii. interr., (ex. ? <^s i^iai trou- 

vera-t-il ? a*7/ Aj ^W. ? ? o^ J») ; 

3° arfy. inferr. ou excl. de renf. (ex. «om 
? waqui? who?^.^) || !...u3 p>ka 
combien plus ! How much more! 

! tf^ f . 



155 

JA*^ mcsure, measure, JLC; gram., forme, 
shape, ojj ; j»rar., metre, m*fr«, j« . 

- (La mesureur, measurer, J US' , 

- |&*s , pi. Ii_la j mesure, m«irore,jL£.. 
- 3 V»4/ mesurer, to measure, ^S . 

- |La2Lam mesure, measure, JLSC . 
|a&^ les Pleiades..., v. n. pr. 

llasLa et ^«ao|a , ^sijk&Vj tempete, storm, 

, BJJIVO?, £«>/., herisson, hedgehog, 



\m*a bourse, purse, ^^ . 

Aud , encl., a savoir, done, to wit, then, 

Til i ^\ [j o 6^3 et... et... ; and... 

and... ; ... j ... j . 
(as dent molaire, molar tooth, ^^i . 



■ *. ** 



(£>\aA» , /»/. |f&_ai <■/ |6\a£* , gateau, 
cake, <L»j* ; tache, spot, l»Ju . 

|&*o&3 , /)/. leiii et l&!Lto&» , belette, 
oj«w<?/, ^j* ij\ ; chat, caf, jM . 

I»*» , /., poids, mon., talent, talent, jlki 
*j jj J* J aptitude, aptitude, i<j* . 

|^.^a rayon de miel, honey comb, J^i . 

if* 

W-S } «^a } ?? / jjai } ^aJ } totalite, 

entirety, UT ; pron. adj. indef., tout, 
tous, chaque, chacun, all, each, each 
one, -uij JT . ^ t jr jj ^ia 
( = superl.) entre tous, among a//, ,jo 

£=*4"' > = ^ f - ^av ('*• "^a i»*£, 
TCavayio?, tres saint, most holy, ^o* 
Llx ) Ijtal^a y j„ j^^a chacun, each 
one, Oj-I JT |J , ^a quiconque, 
whoever, J* JT || , (£s£ qu oi que, 
tant que, whatever, as far as, L. JT 
U jjl |[ , |aa» %» autant que, <rr mtwA 
<V, j-b || j lL/ ^ partout ou, wAer«- 
i«r, Ipj- ||- 9 u.6ij ^ chaque fois 



que, whenever, \^~ II 0*9 (L{ ^i 
n'importe lequel, no matter which, Le I 
o\S~ || j o& [adv. exceptif, exceptive 
adv., ijL£j <-J»I»] seulement, on/y, 
-Ltli («*. |La»f £ fcao^L/ 09 o£a 
...» ^a. , la victoire ne nous a 6ti 
donnee que parce que..., the victory 
has been given us only because..., .Lo J 

....ov vi aji || •& ^ ou ^ o±i 

tellement, a tel point, thus, to such a 
point, jlLI IJu Jl J>. ; tout cela, all 
that, l-u JT || o*k£ ^a ien aucune 
facon, by no means, £y ^L Vj || £s 
^a >o*. nous tous, a/i «f tw, U;>- ^ . 

- ILoXas totalite, totality, Uf . 

- t*i S . s universel, umversal^yf- • entier, 

«^r«, J-tf" ; catholique, catholic, 

- b*\il*& || » ^ entierement, entirely, 

- ILo*i2Lo3 universalite, universality, ^. 

- |i\a , />/. l&S^Za <r ji\% , epouse, 

6riA, 5^-jj j belle-fille, daughter-in- 
law, iif . 

' l 6 ^* j P^ II ^"^ , voile, rideau, »«7, 
curtain, jbu< c »U»p . 

■ UAa couronne, diademe, crown, dia- 
dem, ^11 i JjiTi || |6oI, jj^a cycle 
de l'annee, yearly cycle, i^Jl jji . 

, )LiiAa couronnement, coronation, 

,2^5 couronner, to crown, JiT 

• fcLaa couronnement ( = martyre), 

coronation ( = martyrdom), JJ5o 

• T ^sL&» s sqf'el, achever, io complete 

■jJAiiift adulte, arf«//, iJU . 

• ILSaa* achevement, completion, **£ . 



1** — u» 

M^ empScher, retenir, to kinder, keep 
back, tiJLiI ii^; fermer, to shut, jUt ; 
refuser, to refuse, ^jaij j etre empech£, 
cesser, to A« hindered, cease, «kl>l ; »li.i * 
s'arreter, rester, to jto^, remain, ^JtiJI 
Jj . - 1 u\iL? ^. ; r. ; cesser, to «aj«, 
J I j : refuser, to re/tu«, .yiij II U9 (b 
empScher que, to hinder front, ,je- »cu . 

- |&As emp^chement, hindrance, *jl» . 

- |L&£ || <^» 0) sans empechement, 

without hindrance, *il» j>i . 

- JiAs trf. ; deTense, prohibition, iu ; 

interdit, interdict, ^US' «i» j refus, 

re/tual, ^j . 
-£&£*> j] 'i fi, e . & fi, 
- 2 u&> j - 3 u£a{ empgcher, to Ain- 

jio , o£s , chien, <fog, i_JS" ; a$., fou, 
mad, bjJ-- ; |bdk^s/. ; pinces, pincers, 
.kiL ; fourche; fork, SljA. J plaque, 
plate, ~*»>Ju0 ; fente, cratfc, 3j>- . 

- )i->Nt canin, canine, ^JT j |k*a^s 

1° y. ; 2° genre de sauterelles, kind 
of locusts, iljA-l ^ py . 

- j-i^N. 1 * canin, canine, (S: \S' . 

- )^*> qui chasse avec des chiens, who 

hunts with dogs, ^"jS" «* jlk^u ^Jdi . 

ILai^ , c. (IN.SSn 2". 

Eiska , ^aXpavK], fotf., galbanum, gal- 
banum, o . 

|i^A chald^en..., v. n.pr. ; devin, mage, 
diviner, magian, ^>y^~ i Jj'Li- • 

- |L»->^A divination, divination, Jli . 

- 3 *ksf J - 4 «^S pratiquer la divi- 
nation, to practise divination, J»Uj . 

|cl£s , /., tiare, tiara, t-U . 

I^c^a petit vase, small vase, j£~o »UI . 



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^aia ,/., j^sXoivY), tortue, tortoinr,jli»JU. 

h'oiAa menton, cAw, j»j . 

yp'r&s , ^aXxiQSwv, min. , calcedoine, 

chalcedony, jU y*»- . 
l&a.^-t , vJL&a , eU.,ar,lil^-—pl.\k^ai ) 
or. »UU- _ calife, caliph. 
- \lo<L& califat, caliphate, SilU- . 

millier, cAwf of a thousand, JVl -ill* . 
l&a radeau, ra/i, lillT . 
|^J&a e* tMO^) , /AXJJ.UC, chlamyde, 

chlamys, (»!■»;) o-**^ ■ 
yi'.vTvt , x^ a P<^ t0V > petite chlamyde, 

/i/& chlamys, j*~* tri*^ • 
}«»*&» bride, irwffc, aU- . 

manteau leger, light cloak, , J <\ m i>- *\±j. 
Jj^£ chaux, #to, ^-K* . 
- 2 l&L{ devenir chaux, to become lime, 

- z i£&l blanchir a la chaux, to white- 
wash, (**) Lt JS . 

■ ; 

JL^O-D } \m$1 9 1° a^y. interr. ou exclam., 

combien, comme, combien grand, 

que ? ! combien plus...! how many, 

how, how great ? ! how much more ! 

\<sj~^.f !? fuS j>fif; 

2° adv. corr. de quant., autant, as much, jJ& 
(ex. ... }!£« . . . laas plus... plus..., 
more... more..., (...) ... UO J 

3° adj. indef, quelques, some, tJ i*x (ex. 
v au» pas quelques parts, some parts, 
»\y>-\ IJ Mi ) |j f (ma autant que..., 
plus... (plus...), as much as..., more... 
(more...), (...) ... \£ t ...U j4i ; 
tant que (temps), so long as, |»li L* 
|| f |au t-*; autant que, comme, as 



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much, as, LTt L, jO? ; en tant que, in so 
far as, £-* || 9 |au? #• 5 c. f faia ; 
comme si, ar t/", _jlT || ^u S J oa ^ |aaa 
quelque... que, autant que, however.,., 
so much..., \p J J ooiy M** <l ue l que soit 
le nowibTe,whaUver the number, jlT^-u^ I 
|| k*|i*&! laaa , v &Lm |att combien plus, 
Aoiw mucA more, ^j>-^\j X \\ (aaa 1— id.; 
quelques, some, Lf ±*j ; |vn\ |^.ou^. 
rarement, seldom, TpU |j !<«■& 01/ Jaoa 
^Liaiparfois, joffwft"m«j,uL>-l ; souvent, 
q/ten, LJli- || Jms jka ^e peu apres, 
shortly afterwards, JJU -Uj . 

- |La~aaa quantity quantity jl-U* . 

(»aaa) . ♦-»» flasque, sans force, flaccid, 
languid, IJi jjj 1 J-j . 

|*so» , \.*\.i , ete., chimie, chemistry, *\?S . 

1 J*' 
0)SO-0 } ? &re aveugle, aveugle, to be 

blind, blinded, {i-j^) Jf- 1 Jf- . 

- lopu , ow> , aveugle, blind, J?\ ; 

tenebreux, dark, ili. . 

9 * r . 

- ILootaoa cecit6, aveuglement, blindness, 

Jf- • obscurite, darkness, c^k . 
- 2 o0fl3 aveugler, fo WtW, ^1 . 

- 3 otaoa/ , c. 2 o£&» ; obscurcir, to dar- 
ken, iii\ . 
(juoa , bot., cumin, cummin, Ojf. 
\mLiak galettes, flat cakes, ^J>\ . 
I**** aliment, food, »\j» . 
v ojilaft3 , •£a.p t ou'k£b)V i cameleon, chame- 
leon, *\jj>- . 

1 T* 

OO *^ , , dresser des embuches, to lie 
in wait, OjIT . - 1 ^a&L/ id. 

- |i .vnn /». a., dressant.,., lying..., ...JjISC . 

- Jj^ "a (i.vnt embuches, ambush, AjISC* 

|| ||.V) &*» «/. 



- fiu^j^u en cachette, on *A* s/y, Li*- . 
. |i.\n-> ; . ^uaa , c. |i.vi-> , insidieux, 

insidious, Jlli . 

> 3 ^o»{ , c. 1 ^aa (ord. avec tLaoa) ; 
cacher, to hide, (<i.) L^ . 

1 ixaMs t r , taire, not to say, ~£ \ se des- 
secher, to dry, ^J*id . 

^ et 2 *xn> dresser des embuches, to 
lie in wait, •X^' . 

1 r 
i^fl *> , , etre ou devenir triste, to be or 

become sad, bj>- . - 1 paaL/ id. ; deve- 
nir sombre, to become gloomy, Ik I . 

- Ij-aoa obscurci, noir, clouded, black, 

ij^\ t 1L. j triste, jarf, jj^ . 

- &«|i*att tristement, sadly, byfi- . 

p 4. 4 

- ILo^os tristesse, sadness, b^-. 
m*msl assombrir, to cloud, it I ; attris- 

ter, to sadden, o>-l ; devenir triste, 
to become sad, bj>- . 

1 i*au , , se dessecher, to dry up, Jjj&- . 
_ ps^iai pepins (de raisin), grape-stones, 

J> alors, ensuite, then, afterwards, f t Jj'-Up 
|| ... ^» t...^> , d'abord... ensuite..., 
at first..., then..., ... jT ... Vji || ^ 
beaucoup moins, much less, j&> Jil 
|| A ~^fy» de la, thence, iJli* j- . 

- kSy&a ensuite, afterwards, AjA»j . 
(is tige, jto/A, JU . 

compagnon, compagne, collegue, 
companion (m. and f), colleague, jJj 
Jr*J l *2s*J • 

- &L>(jbo2 en compagnon, as a companion, 



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- 2 uis nommer, to name, (.4*)^ j signi- 
fies to «£«#, J* . - z »*l»L/ p. ; r. 

- \-> as action d'appeler, calling, i-^-J j 

nom, name, -*\ ; surnom, cognomen, 

<_-iT || owoa ""Vvs homonyme, Aomo- 

«->""> ,/" - 

^joo petit Foyer, small hearth, j***» o»>» 

|| ^>»a v &ia Decembre, December, 

JjVl iJjilS' || u^] .OJ3 Janvier, 

January, iJUJ! d)jjl5' . 

- lijoia hivernal, wintry, jUi . 

jtoaxi , />/. |&_* , paume (de la main), 
palm (of the hand), (aJl) 4»-lj ; poignet, 
ttirirf, Ai j ; plante du pied, sole (of the 
foot), <J*>- ; arch., regie, nJer, S^^— . 

It*ais (de fLjk&iaa) nombril, rear*/, »_£■ . 

1 ^ 
>y I *** 6tre v£n£rable, to be venerable, jij , 

- piit v£n£rable, venerable, JJU- ; hon- 

nete, decent, honest, modest, Jj V t -pi**- 

- bbt^ia sagement, wisely, "<Ss- . 

- |Lai-jua honn6tet£, defence, propriety, 

decency, SSL) 4 |»lil»-i j gravity, £ra- 
vity, J^U . 

- 2 i^is rendre digne, honn&te, to render 
worthly, honest, If _> i SU^Ls -J**- j glo- 
rifier, to glorify, (.i.) J*t ; gu£rir, to 
cure, J6 . - 2 yaL/ p. ; r. ; agir 
dignement, to act decently, jij . 

- \k>*s decence, decency, SiU . 

*^LaL/ se rouler, to roll oneself, i-Jx! . 

\Lii , &^,f.,pl. \*' et It'', aile, uwi& 
^L*- ; cot6, side, <^3- • bord, <?«"££, <J>J^ ; 
sein, iojonj, ,j^ia- ; golfe, baie, golf, 
bay, j^a £pi»- i ~JU- J arch., merlon, 
merlon, ^»j^ ^> sjw ■ - -^- 
./., autruche, ostrich, i.Li . 

- fe^l^i-iw en cachette, secretly, 



m 2 AiaL/ se cacher (dans le sein), to hide 
oneself (in the bosom), (,>-ii-l i£) \j£ . 

i. \ixs cithare, cithara, JjliJ . 

- Igj»ii3 cithariste, citkarist, ^ jliJ . 

n. |£o om I*i3 , £0/., lotus, fleur du lotus, 
lotus, lotus flower, jjJi ly> j c j.u . 

1 T* 

«* ' ~ 1° , , rassembler, to gather,**- j 

balayer, to .ntm^, (.*») ^j-^" J ensevelir, 
to t«rv, j^j I fermer, to close, ji*l ; 
chasser, to aW»e dtwy, ij* \ 2° , ' et , 
in/r., se rassembler, to assemble, *-=>-! ; 
s 'Clever a (nombre), former (un total) 
to amount (to), form (a total), Ji J^»j 
(Ur)ju>.-i.»uLfA,r. || C£t*a, 
^a/A., 6tre hydropique, to fo dropsical, 

- (las hydropique, hydropic, J-X— 

|| |I1m i*. a id. 

- blllus ensemble, together, L ; en 

tout, in all, U»- . 

- |La**ti union, reunion, union, reunion, 

f'lcJ*-! i jL^I i jL^I J compression, 
compression, Jai-J || »--'^~ en tout, 
in all, &- || bow Lo**tA recueille- 
ment, recollection, jl&VI »^ . 

- }*i3 , i*ia , />/. J*_i3 ( fi |La*is r ) ras- 

senriblement, gathering, f\^-\ i »*~ ', 
assemble, foule, assembly, crowd, 
J.M*: ' ^IcT J troupe, groupe, 
company, group, {ji t *p^>- || ■■'" 
ensemble, together, U. J en troupe, 
in company, 4*^* . 

- |£*oia , />/. |L* ' et I* ' , 1° assembled, 

assembly, Ja* ; 2° communaute, com- 
munity, w~ J 3° synagogue, jyna- 
^o^e, «*U- [| t^ji&ia iv*a irf. 5° ; 
6cole, school, L^o* . 



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- |*i3 et |&*ia balayures, sweepings, *li ; 

salet^, dirtiness, Jjlii II |ILw kmIa , 
path., hydropisie, dropsy, »LLJu-l . 

- ll**is rassemblement, gathering, «^ 

£trl ; assemble, assembly, Ji£ ; 
concile, council, **< ; couvent, cot- 
»«if, jp o j Saint Sacrifice, //b(y Sacri- 
fice, ***U» *»*jj ; gram., pluriel, 
plural, «*• . 

- |b*iaa* etc., balai, broom, i-iSL. ; or/f., 

genre de comete, Awrf 0/ come/, f-^i 

£»*-*■** r_>* o- • 

- a «*ia reunir, to gather, **- j recueillir 
(1'esprit), to recollect (the mind), «*- 
(jlSCiVi) J conclure, to conclude, yt\ j 
additionner, to adrf, «*• j recevoir (un 
h6te), to receive (a guest), (u~-i) JJ . 

-|*j»i reunion, gathering, ftr! i «*» J 
collection, collection, ~*e-jJ~ ' recueil- 
lement, recollection, jlSCi"VI «*- j con- 
clusion, conclusion, 4a*_jj II £li iaias , 
path., hydropisie, dropsy, »li»lJ . 

I. (i ffft . O J . i^akiaLf ^tre diminue, to be 
lessened, Lr aMJ\ . 

kma ? />/. J_«» et l&_art } paille, 
j/raiw, jo . 

ipetits gateaux, wra/i cakes,^^ 

ii. (**•») . lfla*jB»3 blamable, blamable, ~.i . 

- x utwaLf etre repris, to be blamed, ^Jy. • 

etre convaincu (d'erreur), to oe con- 
uicted (of error), (U*) <tJL (if) c-ul ; 
se cacher, to hide oneself, VJ£ . 

2 * r • ■ • ... 

- *uteo3 lncnnuner, to incriminate, uy. 

- 3 maf irf. 5 reprendre, to rebuke, <_JU ; 
juger, punir, to judge, punish, J* ^ 
<_JU j demontrer coupable, tenu, 
to show guilty, bound, UjjL t UJu ■•^Ui . 



accusateur, accuser, mI* , 

* 4. p y • 

- ILoifliAM r^primande, reprimand, ijJlJ . 

smi) . Itkmetft } />/. luo «/ l&.mna , 
rein, kidney, US" ; ^I^a sandales, 
sandals, jLo . 

> fT**> cacher, to Airfe, (.i.) L^ ; se 
couvrir, to c»wr oneself, jC-.l . 

- k*l*«d en secret, secretly, T^ . 

J * r 

- ILo^ts chose cachee, inteneur, hidden 

object, inside, J>-lj 4 5_i^ . 

- |Im» II wen secret, secretly, \j* . 

i" ' n* * r 

- \umA , c. \ln+m* . 

- |k*jaB&s capuchon, hood, **-i J toque, 

tooue, i-Jli • coiffure, head-dress, 

- [IflftA couvercle, couverture, coper, cove- 

ring, »U*£ t jJ» ; tenture, hangings, iii . 

- IJmi o« ^»p pleine lune,./H# moon, j-U . 
.^u^ts couvrir, to cover, J*p j cacher, 

to hide, ^J^\ . - 2 t»iaLf p. ; r. ; 
revetir, to put on, ^ . 

- U«*a* action de cacher, covering, til*- . 

_ jbykMdL , it«3L , vetement, garment, 
•->jj ; voile, veil, jl=*. , 

v o*£a»oAft3 etc., ^ucTTixpiov, atrium, 
atrium, >Ui ; galerie, gallery, 3\jj . 

1 lmx&i , , tailler (la vigne), to rfrwj (/Ae 
vine), (f^l) y-r~£ . - 1 wi»L/^. 

- I^eis taille, dressing, i_..^j> . 

I (Ana corbeille, basket, «L> . 

(■Wi) . |e^a»*a , m^rf., ventouse, c«^- 
ping-glass, ^ . 

V V/* 1 V • Ui*»*? , ?^V0^ 5 etranger, 
foreigner, ^~~iji- \ etonnant, astonishing, 



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- |La*iM3f vie d'etranger, exil, life of a 

foreigner, exile, ^jk^ c \j- . 

- lliiaf , x Lzi , f, £svix, id. ; vie 

6r6mitique, eremitic life, <SL~i «L>- j 
hotellerie, hostelry, jJLi . 

- ^^ai j £eviov, present d'hospitalitd, 

present of hospitality, iiW-» ***&> • 
- 3 ^sLLf ; - 4 x LaiLLf sojourner a 
l'&ranger, to sojourn abroad, g j»lil 
iyJI j recevoir l'hospitalit6, to be 
harboured, <_>Ui . 

pi. \^' ' , «»I* , «fc., hotellerie, 
hostelry, J-ui . 

- I^JaliaJ eto., hdtelier, landlord, J-Tj 

|*««i , ifinA , argent, silver, money, JU ; 
pi. |»**~* pieces d'argent, ^w«j o/" 
jt/oer, />\ji J | jl»» Aia capitation, 
capitation, ^\J\ i J>- . 

^, eto.,/.,?TQplOV, elixir, «fi*ir, jj-Tl. 

v2LO j iSoij , courber, flechir, to bend, 

bow, ^ji i J*- ; flechir (wtfr.), to 6ct</ 

(in/r.), Jiil ; ^i , prendre soin de, to 

tote tare <j/J j ^i . - 1 vaa»L/ p. 

_ )*-»« courbe, cunw, ^1 ; arqu6, Acw*, 

^.^i. ; bossu, hump-backed, i-jO*-! . 

- 1» -*.*» courbure, curvature, »ljxJI . 

- [»»■* itf". ; courbement, curving, »L*M j 

| baas ciboire, ciborium, b\>Ji&\ *5»- ; 
patene, paten, ,j-lS3l Lw ; boite, 
box, <L1p . 

- \sa , f, paume de la main, palm (of 

the hand), (xJI)S-b ; poignee, handful, 
jUI 'J. ; gerbe, sheaf, i. j»- ; vase a 
boire, drinking vessel, *>j£* \ plat, 
dish, &* ; /. I^aa , pi. (laa , plat, 
awA, j^" •; plateau (de balance), 



scale (of balance), (<J'>«) <*£" ', creux 
(de la fronde), hollow (of the sling), 
(£>U1I) L»T . 

- |Lo&» courbure, curvature, CAas- . 

- |b&3 voute, vault, v • 

. 2.»»«» courber, to Aemf, ^ . 
- ***k? /i. ; r. 

1 (Aa incliner, courber, to incline, bend, 
J*, t <JU ; renverser, to throw down, 
i_i» ; s'incliner, to incline, J*il || l&a 
om^^s punir qq'un, to punish some one, 
Ta—t ^JIU. || |Lai4 l&» etre ingrat, to A« 
ungrateful, J~J-1 ^& . - 1 w>asLf p. ; r. 

■ 2 i*£a incliner, to incline, t5 »- . 

- r i*4»6*.f , eftaf'al,&tre renvers6,perir, 

to 6e thrown down, perish, <Jeiu c tJLul . 

1 * 

■ ^O , ' , avoir faim, to hunger, £l>- . 

- l2&» , .is j /. \Lks ; - ^ii affam^, 

hungry, >uU- . 

- >Ia» ; - ILalaa faim, hunger, j^- . 

- 2 ^sL? etre aflame, to fa hungry, £l*- . 
- 3 ^J affamer, to maA« hungry, £y*- . 

(m&s menstrues, menstrual flow, iJ ^*- . 

_ |Llfl^i , /., qui a ses regies, mens- 
truous, iJuU- . 

1 X. 
»°> **> , , essuyer, nettoyer, to iw0*, 

clean,(**)Jii& t j»-- ; nier, to deny,J^J ; 

renoncer a, to £tzw «^, 4/ J ^* > 

repousser, to r^e/, a J* ; ta , renier, to 

^ny, jSJ . - 1 39L/ />. || lUi^ 3 5^* 

6tre ingrat, to 6* ungrateful, J-4-1 j& . 

- If aid n. ag. ; infidele, unbeliever, J\? ; 

apostat, apostate, J»-l>- J ingrat, an- 



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otp — isa 



- 6^.| joAs en infidele, as an unbeliever, 

- ILoya&a 1° impi£t6, impiety, j£ ; 

reniement, denying, sy-*? \ 2° paga- 
nistne, paganism, iJu j . 

- Ii~&£ maudit, rarW, o^JL. . 

- M a&3 renonciation, renunciation, ojv J 

c. |Lo,&&3 1°. 

- |»Aa3 poix, /jifcA, c-i j J bitume, Aita- 

men, j»- • Ac*., henn£, tenwa, »L>- . 

- 2 ;33 essuyer, nettoyer, to wipe, clean, 
(.i«) cjlkj t »*— • j Eloigner, to remove, 
-IajI ; detruire, to destroy, (^L.) «_j ^*. j 
brouter, to browse, f j . « 2 ^L/ />. 

- p i * . •>*> n. ag. ; qui fait apostasier, 

making apostatize, jj&-* . 

- \lkJ> effacage, effacing, jA ; tor- 

chon, duster, i»»_j • lit., pale, cowr 
of the chalice, jm j^»U • ordures, 
rubbish, *AJu , 

- 3 jAa/ faire renoncer a, to make 
renounce, > »j£\ j faire renier, apos- 
tasier, to make deny, apostatize, 4**- 

|»A9 , *&A , village, village, \ Jp • tom- 
beau, tomA, /j . 

- poj&i petits villages, little villages, 



1 BA» , , inflechir, to inflect, ^ji ; bot., 

murir, (tr. et intr.), to ripen (tr. et 

intr), ~iil t ~ai ; retirer, to draw 

back, <_-^ . - 1 fi k 4aL/ p. 

- l&Aa lien, bond, lulj ; courbure, 

curvature, »ljdl . 

- 2 6va.3 courber, to bend, ^- . - 2 b&i)Lf 
murir, to ripen, ~ii . 

p lieu, place DISC || 9 ^ la oil, where, i~«- 
|Up ^.a partout ou, wheresoever, ^ol . 



't-O f/ 1 *^ 1° etre o« devenir court, 
to be or become short, j^J ' 2° etre 
triste, souffrir, to A* sad, grieve, by- 

fs. -i~uii id. i° || <*. t& 

(pris. \1£ ou \1&), c. 1 \U> 2° || bl£li 
ovloj perdre courage, to /are courage, 
•ccLf* ox*- . 

- l*ȣ court, bref, short, brief, j^j 1 jwai 

|| |&I|£a brievement, briefly, j^^U . 

- &*^;a brievement, briefly, jL^VIj . 

* rf r 

- |Lo*p courte duree, short duration, 

jv-» cij ; chagrin, grief, f . 

- \LU> ,f.,pl. lto5» , pouce, thumb, fl^l . 
■ ! up £courter, to shorten, (.ii) ^-a» j 

c. 1 |ta 1°. - 2 w£>L//>. ; etre attrist£, 
to A* saddened, bj>- . 

- \L*Ui chagrin, grief, f . 

- 3 i*pf ecourter, to shorten, (.i.) ^^al j 
retenir, to AoW AarA, (jp) i_iS* • 
attrister, to sadden, by-\ . 

|£a articulation de l'epaule, shoulder-joint, 
1. 1 *a;!a" , , labourer, to plough, >L>j>- , 

-^H\p. 

- U>oi3 laboureur, ploughman, *-"& . 

- pts labourage, ploughing, ij I ^p- • 

sillon, furrow, JL? . 

n. (tata) . 1 ^apL/ €tre tress^e (corde), 
to A* twisted (rope), (J^>-) J-i^ . 

Ja{j , xparxptj, sorte de chou, kind of 
cabbage, J»jiUl j* ^J . 

|t5vats crete (spec, de coq), crest (spec. 

coxcomb), (liL-JI L^^-) ijyi . 
Jaoaja fin lin, fine linen, jJb jl^ . 

1 r 
Ol v ^ etre malade, to be sick, ^j* . 

- 1 oiisL/ 1° «/. ; 2° faire le malade, 
to play the sick, (_«*j1jc . 



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- |oV*P malade, sick, ^.y \ debile, 

weak, Ja~»J> J heretique, heretical, 

- |Loov>P faibksse, weakness, «_j 



maladie, illness, ^j» . 

- l>0)9a» ou p id. 

- 2 ©iP rendre malade, to mo£« jicA, 

(^.) ( ^» r . j affaiblir, to weaken,vja*~z\ . 

- 3 o*p/ rendre malade, to nuifo JicA:, 

(-**) u*j* || •***' °*»< > c - lo **M • 

p»op Gherubin..., v. n. pr. 

)Iop , fort., carvi, caraway, \*j£ . 

(op crochet, AooA, i-j^ . 

(Ji-Sj . I fop heraut, herald, jL. ; pre- 
dicateur, preacher, ^Zx* , 

- JLoiop predication, preaching, jitx! ; 

evangile, gospel, J-sf i ; proclama- 
tion, proclamation, j^cl . 

- ImP rejete, rejected, rjj** . 
-l,pLf A <fc»,p? lo. 

- 3 |P? 1° proclamer, annoncer, to pro- 

claim, announce, (**} jti t&M j pre- 
cher, to preach, iitj • rejeter, to 
«/«:*, ^ J» ', excommunier, to excom- 
municate, fj>- ; 2° ^* , desheriter, 
to disinherit, ijlM j»-^l . 

- Ptpao , c. hop . 

|&&£p j x a ? T0U ^°'p t0 ?j archiviste, 
archivist, ^-aU^I Ji»U- . 

^4p etc., m. etf., X^?^, papier, 
paper, 3jj ; papyrus, papyrus, &ij . 

U^P , Uja^o^s , etc., pi. um ', XSt- 
pOTOVia, ordination, ordination, l.Ly . 

- Jx.&Ja£ot*5 etc., ^6lpOTOvT)()9)V:a 

|| |o« a etre ordonne, to o« ordai- 
ned, ~jjl |j ^ask » ia". 



jlp , />/. |£op <tf ^p , tas, A^, i^bf ; 
min., ambre, amber, jt* ; cap., gomor, 
gomor, jf- . 

l£aa*p , ^pT^ixotTa, biens, wealth, £j\j±- . 

******* > xp^'s ) usa s e ' "■«» ^U- 1 ; 

temoignage, witness, 0I4-S j citation, 
quotation, jU-I . 

1 »- 
)"*-^ , ,1° faire le tour, to 50 around, 

J_p- ijlt ; errer autour, to wander 
around, Jj»- >\j ; 2° mettre autour, 
to />/<?« around, J_«»- *-» _• ; en tourer, 
to surround, J>U-I ; 3° rev€tir, to cto(A«, 
Lr J ; 4° mendier, to peg, ( J«=-1 . 
- 1 y pL/ ta\ 1° et 2° ; circuler, visiter, 
to circulate, visit, jlj 1 JU- ; tourner 
(intr.), to turn (intr.), jta J se tourner, 
to torn around, C-iJI ; se detourner, 
to /urn aside, (jjt) Jic j tarder, to 
rf«to;j> (intr.), j>-U ; etre conduit au- 
tour, to be led around, J_>»- jJ ; €tre 
entour^, to A« surrounded, S^>-\ J €tre 
roule, to A« ro/W «/), >Jiiij j|ypfi>M p , 
yp «9 6tant en cercle, autour, being 
in a circle, around, i*-# t jL^u . 

- I^AoP , pi. \bl* , tourbillon, wAir/- 

wind, jjiji . 

- yp p. p. ; fortifie, >rti>rf, j-a* ; 

^. a., faisant le tour, going around, 
Jj»- tjuli* , etc. 

- Jap place forte, fortified place, ^tv ; 

ville, town, 004 . 

- pp rouleau, volume, roll, volume, 

i-jI^i ryi j cercle, «'rcfc,jQ»! cSjii. 

- pp 1° mouvement de revolution, 

revolving motion, b\jj* ; circuit, 
circuit, lj\i j 2° trame, woo/, jj ; 
l&ap sinuositd, ««ao«7y, rj*^ J 
lange, swaddling-band, J»Li . 



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- Mop tour, tourn^e, circonvolution, 

turn, tour, circumvolution, <l>lj >» i j jj ; 
action d'errer autour, wandering 
around, iiy>- <L)lj>» J procession, 
procession, J>\^£ J periode, cycle, 
period, cycle, j>» . 

- |b£o;&» , pi. I&Z1 ; , detour, rounda- 

bout way, jjj 4 tJJa* . 

- lispkao mendiant, beggar, jLtf 1 ; adj., 

circulaire, circular, & J\* ; encyclo- 
peMique, encyclopedic, J.li . 

- ILoiaptao , c. \m 1° ; ruse, craft, *L*~ . 
- a ^p mener autour, to lead around, 

i}j*- <j <J»LL> ; entourer, envelopper, 
to surround, wrap up, <JJ t J»L-i * 
enrouler, to roll up,J*l . - 2 yisL/ j». 

-p^u tour, detour, tern, <kfo«r, jji 
tJJat ; procession, procession, Jjl^LJ ; 
cercle, circle, lj\± • enroulement, 
rolling'Up, <_aI ; lange, swaddling- 
cloth,!k>X* j antienne, anthem, U^LIil . 

- 8 yPf faire tourner, to make revolve, 
jljl j incurver, replier, to curve in- 
ward, turn back, ^Ja i^jS J mettre 
autour, to put around, J_j»- «~ij • 
emmener, porter de ci de la, to take 
away, carry hither and thither, j i_j»j 

(*ap) . li-ajJ peigne de tisserand, wea- 
ving comb, *S"L»- -ki* . 
-*jSp marquer au fer, to brand, ~-j . 
|&3(£ boucle, buckle, fj). 

- Vt'sw frise, c«r/y, .utf . 

(*s;a) . Ittaja* , bot., safran, saffron, 

l»;j , *£s , vigne, cep, vine, vine-plant, 

- 1 ^o(» , * , emonder, to prune, (**) J£ . 

- pit* ; m |m£a vigneron, vine-dresser, 



- |tao*3 poutre, taam, y'L . 

(***) • l*«P > »*i* , Xp&p>*, couleur, 
colour, Oji ; rougeur, pudeur, blushing, 
shame, »L»- 1 jly I j aspect, aijteci, lL* j 
nature, natar«, ^J. j impudence, 
impudence, i»-Uj . 

- L&mo;a impudique, immodest, ^*U 

- **;a , (?) humble, humble, f~e\y* 
\sj& , x£pviJ3ov, bassin, iarin, j^ 

(«"p) . ia*a>oia efc., XP° V0 ?> temps, 
time, cJij . 

- ^Lj£a etc., pi. * ' , xpovtxov 

- £&£^aioU , XP 0V0 YP a ^ a > chro- 
nique, chronicle, j_jj iv jlj . 

U^ , i-P , Jft/. |0^£ , /., ventre, belly, 
^ ; sein, womb, *-j || |&^;£ u*$ 
premiers-nes, first-born (pi.), jl&l . 

- \JJ>£ du ventre, of the belly, jLJI j. ; 

ventru, big bellied, jJu . 

[i3M> faisceaux, bundles, fj~ . 
Uo^jm^ balance, jozi&r, 61>. . 

(>£«p) . ta»a$A.p Christ..., v. n. pr. 

- |i. frf ȣa , *fc., chr^tien, christian,^^^,. 
_ a^l i . ^ M.^ chr6tiennement, w a cArir- 

tfwn manner, V-r- * • 

- H. <ii . frm »p christianisme, Christia- 

nity, \*^~* . 

\1U , /., jambe, pied, leg, foot, J^j i JL . 
|C3U meubles, furniture, sL>\j\ . 

- p 7 as serpent, #wfo, ij*. . 
|ttSp , bot., c61eri, celery, ^-i^*. 

tL&a , /., pi. !L& (*/ |l£ ?), lo poi- 
reau, &«*, £A£ \ 2° couleur verte, 
^r«CT colour, j-*»-\ Oji . 

- 1*jL(a vert, ^r««n, ^i>-l . 

- ILoUa , c. |Lp 2o. 



aba — Lp 



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l£» j| \1$+} l£*a ou l£s autographe, auto- 
jfraphe, <uJ> -Xj j* ±>J*£ ; ecriture, 
writing, likf . 
(i*a) . 3 i»af chasser, Eloigner, to drive 
away, remove, A*i\ t *J* , 
- |k*Aaa eventail, _/on, *• jy> . 
1 (la entasser, to heap up, JxT ; etre en- 



tasse, to A* heaped up, J^j 



UA 



- |&*la , />/. |bL»a , tas, heap, &T . 

-^i**aLf , c. 1 bk «aL{ . 

1 «^la , ", (de |£*a ) , lancer (des fleches), 
to let fiy {arrows), (^h-I) ^j ', voler 
(meteore), to fly {meteor), (vU-0 J^» • 
«. i^j^L/ etre frapp£ de fleches, to ie 
jfrucfc Ay arrows, fl$- oUl . 

- l£ia Sagittaire..., v. n. />r. 

- l£*a lancement de fleches, shooting 

arrows, fl*- Jij . 
^a&*3 breviaire, breviary, ,j-»ji)l <-->Ur 

1 &».»»•> chambre, room, ii^c . 

MAO } ^ja } pierre d'achoppement, 

stumbling-block, »j*. j**- • scandale, 

scandal, dU . 

^^■Ja offense, fach£, offended, angry, 

jUii (. jl^. . - 1 ^isL/ s'offenser, 

A> tofo offense, JjUpI j se scandaliser, 

to be scandalized, diS^S . 

ft ■* r ft * 

- Uoaam , c. Iks . 

_<^JamL/ achopper, to fail, j& . 
- 3, ^*a/ faire achopper, scandaliser, to 
make stumble, scandalize, iLSCl <. j>*\ . 

- )LajJS*aMachoppement,^fumo/tn^, !/*. 

^v&A.DJ . (i*aa ef |&a*aa manteau, 
cfodA, .JiLw j couverture, covering, »U»i . 
- 2 >alaL/ supplier, intercetler, to suppli- 
cate, intercede, fj^ <• J-*jj . 



• |i&»*jkw suppliant, intercesseur, jup- 
pliant, intercessor, *JiZ t J-*>u . 

|£*oa ; - |bA*aL supplication, suppli- 
cation, J-*^j ; intercession, interces- 
sion, 4pLLS . 

■ l*4*aL de suppliant, of intercessor ^J^-, 

■ fx.^£*iL en suppliant, oj a supplicant, 



V*-0 , r , 6tre bon, utile, to A« £<W, 
useful, £ti i j— . 

- |(*9 habile, c/eyw, ysL. ; |£«a />/. ; 

jwirf., reussite, happy issue, *-ljf . 

- |(**a habile, able,j*l> ; applique, dili- 

gent, careful, diligent, L~ti i x^£- ; 
utile, useful, *»lj . 

- b*.|(*jj» diligemment, diligently, JjLLo . 

- |Loy**a habilete, ability, SjL^ - etat 

bon, gooa" .rfcifc, <,„■»- iJL»- . 

- |**oa habilete, ability, »j\+» J prosp£- 

rite, success, *-ljf j l£*oa richesses, 
riches, J [i j I . 

- 2 *ȣ s'appliquer, to a/^^v oneself, x^ r \ . 

- 2 }, aLf ia". ; reussir, to succeed, -r^~ . 

- 3 ;o/ reussir, to succeed, ■*£■ \ etre 
capable, to oe ai/e, jA» . 

|fcj e< |Lp } f, poussiere fine, fate dust, 
|ka et |Lp bid de jachere, fallow corn, 

v3its-0 3 * 5 ^crire, to wrtto, .--xT j tra- 
cer, to trace, Ja*. . - 1 ia'\aL| ^. ; etre 
inscrit, to oe enrolled, t _Jc5'l . 

- pofi>a scribe, scribe, t_Jl5" . 

- jLaao&a art du scribe, art of scribe, 

<_JiS3l ,j> J ? bureau, o^re, <_^£« . 

- v^>r^a ^. p. ; Ibcuba /. ; ecriture, 

handwriting, b*~ j ficriture, Scripture, 



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.aba 



^il* i_jUT j lettre, letter, aJL-j ; 
inscription, inscription, iikS~ . 

- pba ecriture, kandwriting, .ki- j ins- 

cription, inscription, ibi' j ecrit, 
writing, !&J*£- j livre, ioofc, v_jI=T j 
|k_aka ecrits, writings, oti»^LJi 
|| |C*| kLka manuscrit, manuscript, 
jJL J^Lk || £a£s fc^a bibliotheque, 
library, L^L. . 

- [labs d'^criture, of handwriting,^^ • 

scripturaire, of Scripture, <_jk£jl j» 
^-lill J dcrit, writing, ijLk . 

- bu>^aB^ comme il est ecrit, as it is 

written, i_j^Sd j* L i_ »- ; en ecri- 

vant, in writing, ajLSOL . 

- (i&ata petit livre, little book, j-^»^>\^ , 

- |a&uo stylet, stiletto, i j» ; alene, 

awl, jJ£ j ecole, school, ^L-j-u . 

- laLos registre, index, register, index, 

jLj t Jrf^ ; recensement, «njtt5,»Ua»-1 . 

- 3 k3ba{ faire ecrire, dieter, to make 

write, dictate, J- 1 t(i.)y^; relater, 

to tell, <j j j j declarer, to declare, ^\ . 

- pkaao || M-af iaka» chronique, cAro- 

nic/e, ^^j jo.jU . 

- liabaio ^crivain, writer, .Jj J* ; scribe, 

scribe, i_jLT, 

- IL&iabAM 1° Venture, handwriting, Ja=^ j 

ecrit, recit, writing, account, J»jkjt 
i^a*^ 2° recensement, census, »Ua»-l . 

- fL&akaM irf. 2° ; inscription, inscrip- 

tion, lA^ j liste, #>/, icU |[Loa&a*» 
|iaf chronique, chronicle, ^jj tojIj . 

l gX 

J9&*3 , ' , 1° tacher, souiller, to riatn, 

«w7, (JJ) £-j t jJ*J ; 2° etre sale, 
to fo rfirt)', cr jf . 

- I&mLos , pi. l&SL&s «/ l*Laa , tache, 

marque, spot, mark, i. 1 ^ 4 SjJLS . 
- 2 ;ofio , c. 1 jq5» I". - 2 ;*bJ>L/ p. 



ii * r i * * ■* 

- |La.«ka>» j - l»Laa action de souiller, 

soiling, «U . 
pftkS lin, linen, jhS~ . 

- Ma* , /. _ et fkuLai , pi. |&_ _ 

tunique, tunic, aJ> ; aube, surplis, 
alb, surplice, ij«w> iij^S' t o_^ • 
peau, jfo'n, -d*- i voile (de navire), 
ja:Y, f \j$ ] filet, w<, iSLi . 

j4fiJ> , i3&s , m. etf.,pl. lilaei , epaule, 

shoulder, Jj>£ • attache, tie, J»li j 1 1 fis»» 

|k-9ka nuque, nape, *->j . 
2 >fiis rester, persister, to remain, persist, 

^b 4 J; ; tarder, to ^e/ajv, ^U ; 

attendre, to wait, J^\ 

- |L&i}kAM ; - IjLas stability, stability, 

CjLj ; »Uj J sejour, Jta?, J_^«i . 



'*iD 



, , frapper, to strike, ^jjj> • 
agiter, to agitate, ilj>- j combattre, 
to ,AgA/, ^»U- J s'efforcer, to endeavour, 

- |l«to agit^, furieux, disturbed, furious, 

Jji»- 4 tJL» • demoniaque, demoniac, 

J-a^l 4 j_j^f . 

- |Ld*L.&>.s excitation, excitation, uU^a ; 

fureur, /ury, Ji»- . 

- |*&3 combat, combat, Jhi . 

- |l&aM tounnent, fl^au, plaie, torment, 

scourge, plague, J^U i 11; i vi^" J 
attaque, attack, r_y^* j combat, <rom- 
ia/, JbJ . 

- l»otoL combat, combat, JUJ • efTort, 

effort, Xt*- . 
- 2 u.&3 etre tourmente, to be tormen- 
ted, i_jJIjJ . - ^kiLf faire effort, se 
depenser, to strive, endeavour, A^l 
•ol j Ji ; ?oa. combattre, to TfeA^ 
against, A*L>- . 

- li*b£tao combattant, athlete, fighter, 

athlete, f-j'La* 4 i_j jl^ . 




% 30, 30, r . ; <i. 300, 300, r • • . 



, prtp., 1° a, vers, jusqu'a, to, to- 
wards, unto, J>- i Jl ; en face de, 
contre, opposite, against, ±J> <. **rj> J 
a cause de, pour, on account of, for, 
J»-V t '-: - ! —! J & la place de, pour, 
in the place of, for, J t jlSC j selon, 
according to, <_ — »- ; [temps, tfme, Li*j ] 
a, au, jusqu'a, apres, at, until, after, 
Aaj t ^»- t X* i i J 

Z° [apw !.!■-> , bd*a , &*3] eX. &i3 

iXo iA entre toi et moi, between you 

and me, <1Xm j <s: j . 
3° [devant le compl. d , ag.'] ex. ^. <&**&«. en- 

tendu par nous, heard by us, L. fy~~* ', 
4° [souv. devant compl. dir.] ex. \h.-i\ ou 

\bi+* \lz> il a construit la maison, he 

has built the house, C-jJI ^ . 

— Aff.jL, £,<£,£, ^, etc., 

a moi, to me, J , etc. 



V et loot fj non, ne... pas, nof, V ; interr., 
ne... pas ? not ? ? "i/ t *i/T - — [fer- 
ments, oaffa, JA*-] par... ou non, 
par..., by or no, 6?..., "i/ ...» j\ i {ex. 
^m ■■■■ V par votre vie, non, oj» ^/oar 
ii/e, no, Y ^iiJLj- j ; ... y oiLolj ft par 
la priere de..., by the prayer of.., 
... S^luu ) j — [ = particule privative, 
privative particle, i_»U Sbl ] ex. lia&.ot» U 
incroyant, unbeliever, J.J- ji- || ... |J 
...iio ..J , ...Do ...iio , ...JW ni... 
ni.. ,,neither... nor.. ., ...^j ...^ II (la sans, 
without, -& II Df «/. (ex. |£***3 H » sans 
reflexion, without thinking, ^..aJ jj.> j 
qui oa que ne... pas, wAs or whom... 
not, V L 4 "i/ ^ jJI j afin que ne... pas, 
that... not, "i/ S ', de peur que, /«f, 
<ji j* Mj>- j que ne... pas, that... not, 
)} ...j' j [apres v. de crainte, after v. 
of fear, Jjj*- J*i iu] que, lest, jl (ex. 
Uy ^-.j craindre que, to fear Ust, 



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<jl <J»t || *~ jj aucun, personne, no 
one, nobody, .u-l Vj || >ȣi A rien, 
nothing, r^, V || i^*» p aucunement, 
not at all, hJ\ ... U . 

IJJ , />Z«j joup. 1 l.{) , rar. 1 Ji , /«/. ik", 
etre fatigue, se fatiguer, to be weary, 
tire oneself, i-jJ j tie pas pouvoir, not to 
be abk,y*e- ; travailler, to u>or£,Jiiil . 

- , pi. £& , fatigue, tired, ^ . 

- |Lo*|l J - L»U fatigue, travail, weariness, 

work, Jii «. i_^J . 

- |LoU <* |Lo(J , est. Loll , M |Lo0 , id. ; 

fruit du travail, product of labour, 

■ 3 u *V ou 3 u.jj/ fatiguer, to rir«, i_-«j! . 

(y||) . L»J4m messager, messenger, 6j~j \ 
ange, ange/, ii^A- || £s|ii i^Lf oa 1*^9 , 
archanges, archangels, ISC^All »L<jj . 

h ^ * , ^/. L_=k. , />/«j .soup. jL&a^. , 
cceur, heart, <_Ji J esprit, ame, m»W, 
jou/, ^ c ^jj ; |L2a£ />/. ; gateaux, 
cakes, oL^i*- . 

- \> t-i\ du cceur, o/ - /A* heart, ^~li ; 

sincere, sincere, k y^- . 

- l a « ->\ vaillant, valiant, J*.l> . 

- k.| -» . ->\ vaillamment, valiantly, iJL-Aj . 

- |L ftS t ->N vaillance, valiance, iJL-j . 
- 2 >-»->\ reconforter, to comfort, (jJ)*£ . 

-*<a=W.J /». ; reprendre cceur, to 
take heart again, ^>JiZ . 

- L&a^. reconfort, comfort, - r * " . 
|6ok. brique..., p. ■ ■*N- . 

(v 3 ^) . Ij-ak compact, dense, compact, 
dense, J&J& t .ild. . 

- |Lo ( . -i\ condensation, condensation, 

sJulSi c .Ja-iSj j densite, density, iiliT . 



- 1 ¥ 2^.L/ etre condense, se condenser, 
to 4e condensed, condense, <_jul£j c iJjiT. 

- 2 *i& rendrt compact, to make compact, 

(A,) asT. - s »&Lf , c. i»ij.f . 
|fiua^^ , Xl{3av(OT6s, encens, incense, 

2 <$J&. exciter, to t'n«'fe, J^»- . - 2 i£&L{ p. 

* * * y 

- ILaigcbao excitation, excitement, 1^- . 

l^ nfr . aN , XsPyjtwv, dalmatique, rfa/- 

1 £v - , 

'« a » , ,1°, trans., saisir, to ««*, 
^iJ ; recevoir, to receive, J& ; tenir, 
to hold, tii-» j yio , tenir loin de, to 
keep off, jc (:u ) ^JlT j retenir, to £«£ 
iacA, Jii»- t ijiijl j sou tenir, to raj- 
tain, X- j commencer, to begin, iJlii j 
— 2°, intr., tenir, subsister, durer, to 
hold, subsist, last, pla c ji c ii-J j regner, 
to r« 5 n,cilL . -i^L? />. || #£ i^ 
favoriser, to favour, J^iil t ^jjil |l ^.^Jv 
li-aa avoir honte, craindre, to 4« 
ashamed, fear, J>U- t J»- . 

- pa2L\ possesseur, possessor, !_->-U<» . 

- y « ^ > \ />. p. ; captif, captive, j^\ ; p. a., 

saisissant, seizing, ^U etc. \ habi- 
tant, inhabitant, £\- . 

- l&ab. commencement, commencement, 

»loi»l j f. l&.'i-iN 1° manche, anse, 
handle, ~>jy-<. o*?** j 2° prise, sai- 
sie, taking, seizure, ^jJ c 0^1 || Aol^. 
I ■*«> 3 arcA., impluvium, implu- 
vium, j«~» J*"' 1 * j' -4 • 

- |i to^N io". P° ; cause, occasion, cause, 

occasion, L^L> L^i t <_^ |j e>^a 
UsaiA. prison, prison, Lr u- . 

- |^SSw , c. (la^. 1°. 



- bL.Ltid\tao 



» jl sans retenue, 



immoderately, )*}&■ jji . 



O^. &2^t 



168 



- 2 i~=2^ saisir (en grand nombre), to 
seize (many), (»jo^j) <iJ — •' . 

■> 3 yaSk donner a prendre, donner, to 
give to take, to give,^*\ i (Ju)*jZ t J>Uj 
enseigner, to learn, («i.) it . 

(^fc.) . |fca^ , pour \Lki , pi. )£&. , 
brique, brick, ,jJ j| k£»/* |Go^> sur- 
face de la terre, surface of the earth, 

- |Lni-\\ moulage de briques, brick- 
moulding, ^Aj . 
- 1 1 ■vm> four a briques, brick-kiln, 

t^. dehors..., v. \& . 

|£a& o« |£a[j laure..., />o«r |£^L . 

(...i^»A^) . au^yAX ou '.a^L , Xi(3sp- 
xTvoij affranchis, freedmen, Ojjj£- . 



, se vetir de, to £«* on, l _ r J ; 
prendre, adopter, to take, adopt, i^-\ 
oi:l ; pratiquer, faire, to practise, do, 
J^ 4 ^jL. ; prendre possession de, 
envahir, to take possession of, invade, 

- m . iN p.p. || lov^U n..,->\ theophore, 

god-bearer, .il J*L- . 

- |*=^ vetement, garment, ^-U . 

- (*aaA et \*.tJ?L id. ; coll., vetements, 

garments, 3_J1 . 

- 2 n"»Sj.f se vetir de, to put on, ir J ; 

envahir, to invade, JJ—J j delirer, 
to be delirious, ^X» . 

- 1*=^ revetu d'une cuirasse, armed 

with a cuirass, Up ^V . 

- tlaaAL vetement, garment, ^U , 

- |fiuc^>L id. ; armure, armour, 4jJLI lie- J 

voile, veil, »lkc . 

- |*"v\oL veture, taking the habit, l _ r x) 



- 3 i*sZ& revetir (qq.'un), to clothe, 
(.i.) tr aJ ; faire revetir, donner, 
remplir de, to make cloth, to give, 
fill with, ,j* hK> (. Jpz\ t. tr aJl . 

(1^.) . r i^^L , palpel, balbutier, to 
stammer, jJLL . 

- V^«^a^ balbutiement, stammering, 

iJLL . 

|6^L , /., pi. £^SL , plat, disk, w* . 

- |N inriA^. petits plats, small dishes, 

\L^ (R. ^) sillon, furrow, ±T . 

k£ ,portug. lega, long., lieue, league, ^J. 

>k^> , l*t- legatus, legat, legate, ^i- . 

-|£&^. , XtjyjCTapio?, legataire, 

li*t^ , /•, pl- -» r ' , Asyewv, legion, 
legion, ij^- "Sji j ^. n. pr. 

jL^. jarre, jar, S^ . 

(*^>) . po^& machoire, jazti, <iii . 

- l*^ bride, mors, bridle, bit, |»U«i i |»U-. 
pa^ absolument..., v. *aa^ • 

pu^ gateau, cafo, i£>ls- . 

ut^L eto., X6y0?, livre, £<w£, <_>bT . 

- f£»at < ^<&, XoyKJTifi^j administrateur 

urbain, city administrator, oi. Jt -i . 

- uuu^ai , AoyixV], j«*j/., logique, 

- ^A^iL , Xoytxd?, arf;'., logique, 

logical, JJkL. . 

- ut4>^4^ etc., XoyoOeTTj?, logo- 

th^te, inspecteur, logothste, inspector, 

(o^.) . r o^.o^L/ , etpalpal, etre stup6- 
fait, to be stupefied, ^ji^JJl . 



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^ — |o^ 



1 |ov^ fetre aceree (dent), to be sharp {tooth), 

(u-./-0 •»- • 

- [Io^m sot, foolish, J*- 1 . 

- r |<o^iH , saf'el, desert, desole^ desert, 

laid waste, <-? j£- <• j* . 

\^*^0> " /. r LaoCil } saf'el, enflammer, 
to kindle, inflame, <_J>I . - T o^b&f p. ; 
bruler (intr.), to burn (intr.), 3 j*-\ . 

- |Cw3<^j.flamme, flame, >_~A ; scintille- 

ment, flashing, jJitf j lame, blade,ijj£. 

- llaov^b** inflammable, inflammable, 

- pxH^a* brulement, burning, 3 j>- ; 

ardeur, ardour, JLa- . 

|s^o& ardeur, A*af, \?~ \ vapeur, steam, 
A . 

- U^o^ ', - 1*a^o^ vaporeux, vapo- 

rous, <Sj\i£ . 

- 2 v^©**L/ s'evaporer, to evaporate, j^ . 
l£o^ ardeur, heal, *~t- . 

- 2 <^o&l/ bruler, to burn (intr.), 3j*-\ . 

- 3 v^«& faire bruler, to make bum, j^-l . 
vAmeaSov^ langue..., v. *m.«i\ . 

^o^ plus loin, encore..., v. ^.oi . 

•^©►^ , > V* j 1° desirer, to be eager 
for, j^jj 2° jouir de, to enjoy, 
j £t . - 1 t a«^.Lf , o , ^ , $U> } id. 1°. 

- isuot± d&ireux, eager, L-i-lj . 

- &*J&«»,\ avidement, eagerly, J^l> . 

* * * 

- ILas^ov^vif desir,ea^er longing, jU-JjJ;. 

- iao&. enflammer (fig.), to inflame, 
u-il ; bruler (soif ), to burn (thirst), 

* > 

ILo{^ , /., essoufflement, want of breath, 
d>U> j air epais, dense air, iJuiT t\j* . 
- 3 LoA haleter, to pant, ~ . 



OA (<& P er ow) non, ni, not, nor, V ; 
est-ce-que ne... pas ? Zv i/ not... ? 
? V J* || U ... ii assurement, assu- 
redly, li- || ... U/ ... ^ rien d'autre 
que..., nothing else than, <£y *^, V 
|| »"f* U rien, nothing, f{ J, V . 

J o > accompagner, suivre, to accom- 
pany, follow, g t Jilj . 

- |i^ />. />. ; p. a. ; \L1± f. ; jufo/., 

cortege, compagnie, retinue, com- 
pany, *2ij t l r*0" 5 enterrement, 
burial, ^j || |&*a\ »J» compagnon, 
companion, jjj , 

compagnon, companion, jJj 5 c. 
|c— ai. subst. . 

- "Wk j f. ^lai. ; mener en terre, 
to lead to the grave, O-ll 41 i__*j . 
- e i*a±.ll p. ; etre eminent, to be 
led away, 4j (j£) ^j ; >^I f se 
joindre a, to join to, Jl ~i>1 . 

- l*o^ , c. |k*o^ subst. . 

|i^n\ , ^/. Ma^^a^k , haricot, ^an, Ltj) . 
v o>ai , /a/, /urft, jeux, games, t-iLJt . 

-|^<£k., XouSaploe, gladiateur, bes- 

tiaire, gladiator, beast-fighter, .Jul . 

oUJ^j- 9 jUa. j pillard,^i//a^r x v_^L^ j 
XoiSopOf, calomniateur, calum- 
niator, vySW . 

- ILojjoi combat de bestiaire, combat 

of beast-fighter, Ljlijjj- 4*,Li. . 



|(ai amandiei, almond-tree, J^J »^ J 

amande, almond, j^ . 
\LaL , /., table, table, iljll. . 

W^- , «^,iij , maudire, to curse, j>J . 
-^U? p. 

- |L«^^> abomination, abomination, ii»-U. 
• Ifi^Uk malediction, malediction, ijJ . 



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170 



- 2 ^1^ maudire, to curse, ^ . 

- llg*&ao ; - |friS^ qui maudit, curser, 
- 3 i£ji j c. 1 k^i. ; mepriser, to despise, 



^3^cl£. ou \a»^eL , XtoTa^, chanteur de 
rues, street singer, jIjj ji« J vagabond, 
vagabond, j/JJu . 

u<^ , or<f. .*} uoi. ? plut au ciel que, 
awa/a 1 to Goa", iJ . 

u& Levi..., ». n. pr. 

- |^cl£. Ievite, /ew'to, ^ j*bl . 

- |La^& etat de Ievite, state of Ievite, 

<gjV "*** • 
|b>»3& lance, spear, \y- . 
\bj±£>. pointe, point, -i»- . 
- i.jfv.\ft\ pointe, sharp, JJj . 

I^La^ bourrelier, harness-maker, -Ay J fa- 
bricant de tentes, tentmaker,A~^- *>U«» . 

- ILojAcl^ bourrellerie, harness-making, 

1 ^1 , »e^j , approcher, to come near, U j j 
attaquer, to attack, j^U . 

b«c^ , VOUJLjiO?, Hard, farthing, ^ . 

lI£L&£ , XoYX* ot * 5 petites lances, little 

spears, »j±** ^-Aj*- . Rappr. |6^ai . 
J^cl^, ? AOUCOpiOV, bateau de plaisance, 

pleasure-boat, «j3 i^L. . 
1 «sl , sxe^j , c. *«£ laper... 
i. 1^<& machoire, jaw, til* . 
ii. 1>& herbe aquatique, aquatic herb, 

l£x& machoire, jaw, dii . Rappr. |_*<& . 
1 iAj£ , td£o , joindre, to join, tJ> . 
- 3 ^X id. 

m**Jx\l p. ; r. 

* ^ # * . ... 

- (Ifti^.Nw jonction, joining, *J> . 



I3c& j iof,, (?) sarriette, savory, j^- ; 

( ?) colocase, colocasia, ^^i . 
|£dcC^ petite idole, /iWfe idol, j£~t> <~» . 
^Loa£. en face de..., v. ^as . 
)o v a<&. avant, devant..., c. »^ . 
|y<£^ , XatJoa, monastere, monastery,- jo . 
\\jL , AtipOC, lyre, lyre, 5 jliJ . 
u»|jicL^ , XBJpOVj lanieres, thongs, j^-* . 
X '*L , i^c^j , petrir, to A/woa", j^* . 

- 1*^ pate, dough, Crf^f- . 

- [1^ id. ; petrin, kneading-trough, l y*.** . 

L.Q-bt j />r«y>., aupres de, chez, near, at, 
jc* t <->ji J contre, devant, against, 
in font of, |»U t Jc ; selon, accor- 
ding to, !_—»- . 

» 3 L& joindre, to join, eJ> ; s'appro- 
cher, to approach, «_. >^l J accom- 
pagner, to accompany, jilj ; aider, 
to A«#, 4pU. - 3 Lk.LL/ /i. ; r. 

- fiwfLc^w ensemble, together, U. . 

9 * r . . i -i 

- |LoL&m union, union, :>KI . 

(Ck) . |UV , ifck , />'• |L(3. , impul- 
sion, pression, impulsion, pressure, vj 
Jaii-i ; instance, importunity, entreaty, 
importunity, ^j\ i *r^ J ennui, an- 
noyance, y& \ bavardage, chattering, 
*»jj J tort > wrong, jjJ> . 

- |ut^ facheux, troublesome, _^— i« ; 

efFronte, shameless, *^> ; occupe, 
occupied, JyJL. ; \l\A^ f ; subst., 
affliction, affliction, ili- . 

- tLouv^. importunity, importunity, f\j\ ; 

affliction, affliction, ii^T ; obstina- 
tion, obstinacy, .sb* . 



171 

- x I *M / etre afflige\ to be afflicted, Sbf I ; 

etre presse^ pousse, to be urged on, 
pushed on, (:f) Ji t (aJa — ^) Ll>J, . 

- 3 ^ importuner, to annoy, pt.j\ • 
pousser, to urge on, £i . - 3 ^LL/ p. ; 
^o , £tre empeche de, to be hindered 
from, j* (?) £. . 

- Jj^ikio importun, troublesome, ~tjA ; sot, 
i bavard, foolish, talkative, j\ij t j^l . 

- fLaii^* affliction, affliction, ^Ij^S"! . 

(«^>) . &>*}».. M \ instamment, with insis- 
tence, >-U-Li . 

1 l-A effacer, to efface, l^ ; detruire, to 
destroy, (Jl.) ^> jj- . -iw*iMf/>. 

- 3 *S%> y pour 1 ^ . 

l» " v • »»^ (^ + r) ; - »a«^^ , 

seulement, only, JaJai . _ Affl. pi. 

m- r 4 r 

uj » y \^ , «fc., moi seulement, / only, 

- |i^a>A unique, seul, unique, alone, 

t^jtAjj-j j singulier, singular, s>ji ; 
solitaire, solitary, Ja-^i. . 

- t^lyajlA separement, separately, Jt 

*T-U- j seul, alone, *±*-j II kl|ja.l^i> 
seulement, on/y, i»ij , 

- \la*i*^\ singularity, singularity,^^ 1 * • 

unicit£, unicity, 4-Jla>-j j singulier, 
singular, SjJl. ; solitude, solitude, i-U-j . 

-**«.\aL/ etre o« rester seul, to fo or 
remain alone, o^»-j jj _>l jlT. 

1 y^> , " J - 2 i r ^. lecher, to lick, ^X . 
■ ^ ■■ N caresser, flatter, to caress, flatter, 

- [laLiL ; . ^6*aiL£. flatteur, flatte- 

rer, JS*- . 



1 ^V 
1 ^ **^ , ' , concorder, to agree, Jilj 

etre bon, apte, to be good, apt,ji\j i l y~- 

menacer, to threaten, j-u . - 1 >aJ^L/ id. 

ceder, to yield, «^ii. j etre uni, to be 

joined, -i^l . 

- |Lmo«2L aptitude, aptitude, i-UI . 

- j o . nN , ^ , ^k , menacant, threa- 

tening, zX$* • menace, threatened, sXf . 

f*t . - 

- llava.^S menaces, menaces, olojO^ . 

- l.:*w^ qui convient, suitable, Jij^. . 

- fe>^|v> M \ congrument, congruously, if 

- ^L»\ tourment, torment, >_>IJLc . 

- Jsa*^. , )4*A } pain, bread, j± J nour- 

riture, food, fU» ; repas, meal, JTL . 

- 2 >a*£. unir, to join, ^ ; adapter, 
to adapt, (a.) J*l j former, imagi- 
ner, to form, imagine, jj^sj <. pJbl . 
- 2 >*^L/ p.;r.; menacer, to threaten, 
i-u ; ^». } tendre un piege a, to jrf 
a trap for, J «.i_£. c-.^ai . 

- ?oI£m qui convient, jit, jijj* . 

- |La*u^M union, union, j>L*^I j harmo- 

nie, harmony, jlijl , 

_ (ja^j^ menaces, threats, ^->'-k-ir . 

1 7» v 

"". * j , , murmurer, to murmur, 
t _ r ^ ; fa ire des incantations, to utter 
incantations, ^j . - 1 i*^M.f />. 

- |la«k\ magicien, magician, Jlj . 

t 4. » d 

- |b«*.a\ et |Ck»&mA murmure, chucho- 

tement, murmur, whispering, ( _ r *» 
i-j-y ; incantation, incantation, SJ j . 

» 2 <**^ J - 2 k*li.L/ murmurer, to 

murmur, ,j-^ . 

- bkj>au^ chuchoteur, whispering, ^-U* . 



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^ 



172 



1 J^ik affiler, to whet, jJi . - 1 t*|^Lf p. 

- \l§± pointe, point, C*j>- ; pieu, 

stake, Jj j . 

- |Lal^i» acuity, acuteness, »J»- . 

(>og^.) . |mo£0 , XoCTOaOl, carrier, 
quarry -man, ij\j~i-\ «JU . 

- |yi^S> , Xoctoj.0? || ^»^i fc^a car- 

riere, quarry, Ui. . 

l&£^> pistaches, pistachio-nuts, Jx-j . 

litanies, /ttany, 5JLi» . 

(^*6^) . ^j*^ etc -> P l - ua -*' » 
XsiTOUpyia, liturgie, liturgy, ,jJ&> . 

S£$£> chanter, to chant, (a*) Jo ' ^ . 

Jk.& »> > f * 9 aiguiser, to sharpen, -^ \ 
polir, to ^o/ijA, Jlv ; exciter, to 
orcife, i- . - 1 i^Lf />. S| -^ 
^1 ov^ calomnier, to calumniate, 

- I*-^ habile, aj/e, jJ . 

- |l m *-$^ tranchant, pointe, sharp, 

point, J* j*- i ■**• . 

- |£*£^»pierre a aiguiser, whetstone,^—*. 

\k^L , Xl'l), 1'africain (vent), the africain 

(wind), (?«ij) *j2ij*^' • 
"'l^-^ eto., Xlfiavo?, encens, incense, jj£. 

Xipo^oTvi'^j vent S.-O., S.-W. iot/jo", 






s^i J - t^£v^£ ; - ^k^- rapidement, 

quickly, iyj . 
\i§Jk , XlTpX, /wtrfr, livre, pound, SjJ . 

v *£~*l^ , Xlu,Y)'c6v j frontiere, fontier, ^ . 
(Sox& nenuphar..,, v. ^e^j . 
*fr»^ j c. ,u£ Wgat... 



Jv*taO^ } red. de fi-/ U 5 avec ou sans off. 
pl., il n'est pas, il n'est plus, il n'y a 
pas, he is not, he is no more, there is not, 
■**■_>£ ^ t ,_jj L. t <. jU L t .j-J ffto. 
|| 9 &A _ ou V &A f/ ivfin. _ il n'est 
pas permis de, it is not allcvable that, 
jl -rj—* <j-4 \ il ne ^ aut P as J one 
must not, <_-j£ "^ ; il n'est pas possible 
de, it is not possible that, <ji flk: — c .j-J. 
- \lbJ& inexistant, non existing, /oL . 
■ 4 u£^ aneantir, to annihilate, ^Lil . 

-t^tSii p. 

\k± , rfe ^ «/ Ja , ici, A^re, L* | j ^ r ^o 

loin de, far from, je- iAju || ^ ^ 

^o a partir de la, from there, iibt l y> 

|| £^o ^ ; ^£ko £*. ici et la, 

Ai/Aer a/?(f /Ai7A<t, iiL*j L* . 

l ...!x j s laper, lecher, to /a/>, lick, iJilJ 



-*«^ 



l ^. 



|aLil combien..., f. ^s . 

. «..£■.< e / us^m^ovv , X££tr, langue, 

language, *i! ; mot, itwra", i*iT. 
1 ^L '^j , parler sottement, to speak 
foolishly, Sil,^ iSo . 
-\W ou W insense, foolish, byJ~ . 
- \in\\ folie, foolishness, 0^*- . 
m 2 v£LLl devenir insense, to become 
foolish, j»- . 

JLiiv , £i£ , pl. |Lii^- , nuit, night, JJ 

|| oti^&. v» 1° d'une nuit, of one night, 

iJe-Sj iLJ j* ; 2° la meme nuit, the 

same night, Ipi UJU! j || »il ^ «/. 2". 

_ flA aiJ. |j \& ^s chaque nuit, facA 

night, -*u jr. 

-u^L aij. j|*Sft4 ^-^ nu it et J our > 
night and day, IjL^j $U ; une nuit 
et un jour, a night and day, jlfj JJ . 



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Usi. ^ 



•.» . V J" 



- [S&. ou |iSiS nocturne, nocturnal, JJ . 

- |&J£k , v. n. pr. 

>4^ , er.cl., a savoir, certes, to wit, surely, 

1 >*S , >oe£$Li , rassembler, to gather, **■ . 

- r M^ , palpel, balbutier, to stam- 

mer, rJU- ; dire, to say, J I* , 

p&\ pourquoi..., v. \» . 

(l*&^) . 2 i~a&. , la 5 maudire, to curse, j«J . 

l>l*J^ , AtaiQV, port, harbour, My, . 

l ^^ 

1 ^ » , , s'unir, to join, ^ail . 

- 2 »a*i unir, rassembler, to join, gather, 

- I^Lm ferme, firm, <_JL» . 

- | t .^a\L disciple, disciple, X~Jj . 

- lLo t .'w\L noviciat, novitiate, »lorjl * 

disciples, disciples, -L-Sj j enseigne- 
ment, teaching, JL«J . 

■ 'pbi enseigner, to teatA, (^i») it . 
-**5a^LL/ p. ; devenir eleve, to 
become a pupil, iJbJ j devenir cate- 
chumene, se convertir, to become a 
catechumen, convert, ^Ai*l t lUy^. t<~»\ . 

- l>p^ta» maitre, instructeur, master, 

instructor, 1« . 

* * * 

- | t *i\oL enseignement, teaching, -Lj j 

doctrine, doctrine, i_-*i» ; conversion, 
conversion, »l-u*l ; vie monastique, 
monastic life, i-Swi ;L>- j disciples, 
disciples, J^'^3 II l^xt^oL ^a disciple, 



disciple, 
1 ■ »v> N £fc., c. i~-m , l'annee suivante... 



{■«vi\ demain..., v. t"**e . 

Ifl&x^. etc., rar.f., Axarcas, lampe, tor- 
che, /flmf, torcA, J*£. 1 JjJLj ; lumiere, 
Ughti jj J eclair, lightning, 3j . 



|4*^ «fc- ; - £&ilL , Xt)(7-^5 } brigand, 
brigand, ^ , 

- ty*\fye*±. en brigand, as a brigand, 

^j^JJI Ji.. 

- 4 w£*d&. voler, to roA, J^- . 

- 4 ^j»iL/ p., ; se faire brigand, to 
turn brigand, iJ a^j . 

- l Ui . frmNvi brigandage, brigandage, 

«£>& a part..., 0. |£g^ . 

1 «^ } Miaij , laper, lecher, to Za/i, /tcA:, 

A ^ »^ glouton, avide, gluttonous, greedy, 

- k*ta&. gloutonnement, gluttonously, 

- |LnSt\ gloutonnerie, intemperance, 

gluttony, intemperance, clu 4 4*1^ . 

- 2 o»L/ jouir, se rejouir, to «fl/0)>, 

«j»ia, £^l 1 * ; u j 1» j saisir 
avidement, to seize greedily, iLw 
*Ju ; ^.». , se moquer de, to laugh 

at, J* dL^ . 

1 v^^ begayer, to stammer, —x ; — x s^lf 
se mettre a begayer, to Ae^yz stamme- 

- U^ j '-^ > /• 1^^ , begue, 

stammerer, j»bjc , 

- |Lo^^ begaiement, stammering, i»ic . 

A- ^ > , , parler, to speak, ISo ; is , 
calomnier, to calumniate, ^- iSj^> - 
— J »i.L/ etre chuchote, to Ae whispered, 
Qi-)^-*; etresignifie, to be signified,^. 

- Ifaxi bredouilleur, sputterer, oAJJ^ ; 

babillard, chattering, JSj • au lan- 
gage barbare, o/"a babarian language, 



lA — ^ 



174 



_ |JjJi voix, son, langage, voice, sound, 
language, *»J> t ^jj i £jj~° ', mot, 
word, idf ; gram., prononciation, 
pronunciation, ikii . 
- 2 i_^ chanter (oiseau), to sing 
(bird), ijk-.. 
'%±± ( = "^. + *%£ ) dessus, en haut, 
above, upstairs, &y j* t £y || ^o ^.V 
au dessus de, plus de, above, more 
than, j* J&\ i 3j* |j ^v^.o fa* j* 
depuis lors, ever since, ijlj i« .' 
- 1.\ v\ superieur, upper, ij^ji . 
- 2 ^*M{ surpasser, to surpass, JU . 
^A ou .-i^. en presence de..., v. \L± . 

1 '*.. 
fcflft^— ^ ," ,' , manger, to eat, JT I ; 

prendre un repas, to eat a meal, jTl 

x^-j ju-i . - 1 «mJ\l/ p. 

- \uJ^a manducation, eating, Jf I . 

- |B>m.y.\» , pi. £nJkVM , nourriture, 

food, »I-U . 
_ 2 kMjv2L manger, to eat, JTI . 
_3tm_>j)t donner a manger, to give to 
eat, |*/<l»l . 
l«a& porteur d'une longue barbe, wearer 

of a long beard, 5JL^1» *J- ji . 
I i«L^ unir, to join, *?■ . — l \^\L{ p. 

La&A } prip., selon, according to, i_ — »- 
II f Lo&A selon que, parce que, 
according as, because, jV t ^— j- . 

Ifrlfr'v 9 XsJwTOt, petite monnaie, jma/Z 
money, ^y^i . 

(i&±) . feii , \isS , etc. -pi. p'ia^. 

et ojoa^. _ , BopU<p6pO?, licteur, 
fotor, ^^ . 
|&&^ , bot., rave, turnip, cJd . 

\a2± efc., rame, oar, olJLi. ; gouvernail, 

rudder, (t^i^LI) S*j-. 
I"**^ environs d'une ville, confines of a 

city, J'^jj . 



^ ^. ^ , , cueillir, recueillir, to pick, 
gather, «*■ t ._iL» J , se contracter, to 
become contracted, <J k^i . - * >frcM./ /». ; r. 

- (^e^. appat, bait, A> * cueillette, 

ramassage, gathering, assembling, 

»*- t (Jslai . 

- pn^oS herbes, herbs, i_jLitl , 

- IftftN glanure, gleanings, J»tU . 

- ^ub^m mouchettes, candle-snuffers, 

- 2 t£jD^. reunir, ramasser, to gather,, 

pick up, |l 4 £• . - 2 tgJ&l.7 />• ; r., 
.i^am />. a. j] U£ m perroquet, 

parrot, »U-j J discoureur, discourser, 

jti£ . 
• |^«a cueillette, quete, gathering, 

quest, J i <JiL* * anthologie, an/Ao- 

yft.&A , /., />/. Ift'.frffv » Xsxtixiov, 
petite litiere, small litter, jis> J*^ . 

- |"l^ 5"^ ''I? * > porteurs de civiere, 

bier-bearers, ,ji»JI J*l»- . 
lic& , /., XsxivTj, bassin, A&rin, j£J . 
)*&. regain, aftermath, (ji^-J-l /^j . 

- liiuj£v tardif, late, j>-\i* ] printa- 

niere (recolte), spring (harvest), 

m 2 ux>L porter des fruits tardifs, to bear 
late fruits, £aJI £J«j TjU Jj- . 
pit^ ete., X9]p0?, radoteur, driveller, Sjt- . 

Jk t m > langue, tongue, uU ; langage, 
language, i^A || |&a>^3 ^»X , ioi., (?) 
ivraie, darnel, jl jj || liA ^a de meme 
langue, of same tongue, 4«JUI u!i ji, 

- |n«-'v loquace, loquacious, jIj/ . 

- |L«n>N loquacite, loquacity, %jj . 



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»£k — u&> 



- )Lo.ii»\ id. ; langage, language, *►.! . 

- 2 y*^ prononcer, to pronounce, iaJi , 
- 2 ^»J!kL/ p. ; parler, to speak, iSi . 

s^J^A. apte, fit j±t \ adapts, suitable, 
JjUx. ; digne, worthy, J*1 j tombant 
(avec), coincidant, falling (on), coin- 
cident, Jh^* t (f*) dol>- . 

- 2 t~b^ tourmenter, to molest, (,A») i_j.it . 

- 2 ^6_U; dresser des embuches, 
conspirer, to lay snares, to conspire, 
j^3 <. -j15C <_**m ; contredire, to 
contradict, ^j^ ; o, V, s'appli- 
quer a, to study, j -Ljl^-I j attendre, 
to wait for, Ji£\ , 



- 1»6&*» ruse, wily, JL-t . 

- |Lo-£-*o astuce, astuteness, _^~> . 

- \t&t&* digne, worthy, J»l . 

- li.6-k.ft_* ruse, fourbe, twly, knavish, 

- |_>L_-> embuches, snares, JblSC< , 

i___v , cap., demi-cor, half cor, J?jJ» ■■*'» . 

1 ^ofi\ , , prononcer, to pronounce, iaii . 
-i^k^l'l p. 

- 2 ;q_v-v invectiver, injurier, to revile, 

abme, It < »__- . _> s x&-f ^. 

.»».-* . . . . 

- lioLa-- prononciation, pronunciation, 

JiiJ J murmure, murmur, i.J__ j 
critiques, critiquts, ol-li-l , 




» 40, 40, i . ; * 400, 400, i . . . 

V^O , adv. interr. ou exclam., quoi ? quel... ? 
comment ? combien ? comme... ! 
que...! what? which...? how? how 
much ! what... / ? f ? JaS ? ^1 ? L 
! It ! jT j | f \m ce qui, ce que, that, 
which, L. i ^JJI ; con;'., lorsque, des 
que, si, wten, or soon as, if, L.JL* 
jl till*- || 9 M» 'W comme, comme si, 
as, as if, filf t ^1T t If || , £ %a 
ou y puA quoi que, whatsoever, \ t - r ^ \ 
toutes les fois que, whenever, l^LT || \x> 
\lf si au contraire, if on the contrary, 
j-SLJb !jl [Jol^j l» quoique, though, 

- >a«f , z/. a I ; z/. |a« . 

- |aLa , con/., puisque, since, <j I Lc . 

- |au , v. a y • 

- (mJ^ , interr., pourquoi? why? ? lill ; 

est-ce que par hasard? is it perhaps? 



? i£y' ('*• &* 1 ? \*^ J J*^ serais-tu 
prophete ? would you be prophet ? 
? Lu j^Si J* ; conj., que ne, 
/Aa/, ol (ex. k-jj i»'t "^P*- ^ "*- 
prends garde de ne le dire a per- 
sonne, see (that) you tell no man, 
J^y dy* jl i!U ) . 

- &±\ , v. a f . 

- ;oW , + li ) , c. |ak» , v. a * . 

t^e ou I pa , «n/>A. |L}* , cent, hundred, *!• ; 
[duel, e/wa/, Ji-] ^.Lji ow ^.6>i deux 
cents, too hundred, ulit- j />/. |Lo}m 
centaines, hundreds, oUu . 

- tLo*|M centaine, hundred, ~&* . 

- |£w>ll» centuple, centuple, 



r + 

ou ^mL /war 



1 1 "* 
yj^o, ^ («/. v i|L 

v f»[), is , etre degoute de, to be tired 
of, £* jLcl j v» , cesser, to cease, Jlj 
|| .« ui. ^j)*o, j'ai eprouve du de- 
gout pour, J was tired of, ^ c~JL- , 



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- yu\*a paresseux, lazy, u^Li' || o^. \u\Z* 

il eprouve du dugout, he- is tired 
(of), f L| . 

- 6-tLUo paresseusement, lazily, J-£> . 

- ILojl»1m paresse, laziness, J— T . 

-\M*/ > •* , c - \£ J »» , negliger, 
to neglect, J>l ; cesser, to cease, Jlj ; 
degouter, to disgust, (<i») »£ j 
ddtourner, to withdraw, (ja) Jj . 

L^m , rar. |Im , instrument, instrument, 5)T - 
vase, iv£»/, »Lil j meubles, affaires, 
furniture, things, S«x»l t ii*Lil J vetement, 
garment, ^U j navire, jA:^, S^a- 
|| fo,^ i_*j^ intestins, intestines, »L«i . 

|b|ao , (?) etain, ft'n, ./>*«*» . 

As|m , poun&AM , part, de 3 t&o/ , v. 1 i&oj . 

|aum source..., v. a m^j . 

(v^j») . l*x^» insipide, insipid, <uu . 

\l^» , pi. b5*^» , fruit, fruit, '»jt . 

U*^ , ^»^» j tour..., v. 1 ^*^- 

Ii^» , |0\^» , faucille..., v. V^ . 

|&^o rouleau..., v. IL^ m. 

^o ou *^y* , adv., gratuitement, gratui- 
tously, ULf ; en vain, in vain, It* 
|j ^*9 gratuit, gratuitous, jl£ ; b6n£- 
vole, voluntary, o mJ »- j^^jc j vil, vile'dli. 

Kob bouclier..., f. |6a^ . 

-a*41^j» , «to., /, u,ayVY]TlS, aimant, 
loadstone, ^^nbx- . 

i. ba^o plat, rfwA, Ajudi . 
n. |*»^» position couched.., v. >*^ • 
(..,*$.««^») . iMoi^M^M etc., u,ayi<T- 
fpo?, preTet, prefect, i"U . 
- |x.;§>m«.^» et MDoiij^Wi^ , u,ayt<7- 
Tpiav6?,/>/. 0' ', noble, rwi/e, ^Ju^-i. 

bit^o , Pi^*» , «fc-, H«ysipo5, cuisi- 
nier, cotA, i-Li» . 



- s^^m , [iaystpsYov || '*» i\J> au- 

berge, inn, j-Ui . 

(«s^») . lla^ga mage, magian, mage, 
is*j*r ', magicien, magician, J'j . 

-llia^gt de mage, magian, ^^jf ; 
c. le prec. 

- |Loj>.*^» magisme, magianism, v.* 3 ? ', 

magie, magic, Jj ; coll., les mages, 
the magi, ^ji\ . 

- 1 i*s^» prier comme les mages, to pray 

as the mages, ^^iT J_» . 

- 2 i*s^» exercer la magie, to practise 
magic, <3 j • " 2 *»«^J»L/ adopter le ma- 
gisme, to adopt the magianism, 



1 y 
OO 5 ,iaj , dchapper, to escape, cJ* . 

- 3 j»o? irf. ( rappr. x >if ) ; atteindre, to 

reoeA, ilj.il ; pouvoir, to be able, j4» ; 
oser, to rfare, j^»- . 

- IL&itMLtaa || m U impossibility d'i- 

chapper, impossibility of escape, j~c 

\Lfe,f.,pl. |L||i et |L3L|£ , tribut, tri- 
bute, -Ajf- ; corvee, statute-labour, lj&. 

(i*t») . \lf** , pi. yU» et ILS^e , cap., 
boisseau, bushel, -U . 

^U» (de \m + ^j) a<&., done, fAen, Til ; 

e'est pourquoi, therefore, dll-U . 
|6u*t» ville..., if. v oj . 
Ia^^o sacoche, satchel, rjf- \ filet, net~&Ji. 

\&+2o , ^/. liaa,M } mixture, mixture, 
gi j- ; remede, remedy, »\j* \ poison, 
poison, <- . 

■ 2 i-t^o assaisonner, to season, (ma) J-j * 
m^langer, to mix, r> J prdparer, 
to prepare, -ul . - 8 y« j »L./ A 



a>oM 



a** 



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- p? a* assaisonnement, seasoning, J— ju ; 
preparation, preparation, rj*\ condi- 
ment, condiment, JjIj . 

IfikSvM mortier, mortar, Oj* . 

jo»jo /iron. a<f/. indef, m. etf., s. et pi. _ rar. 
pi. \»U* — quelque chose, quelque, 
un certain, something, some one, a cer- 
tain, U »^ <• u Jlu (. » tS i ; [= article, 
= article, \1>j- =] un, a, \£^> c^\ , 
ex. ;o**° |^p une maladie, an illness, 
^j* \ = n. pi., choses, things, fLil . 
|| f >opo ce qui, ce que, which, L t (jiJI 
|[»^> rien, nothing, >^1 V || *^io 
»'</. ; en aucune maniere, 6y no means, 
Ijjl ...V || U >«po »- pas meme un, 
noi euen one, o>-lj Vj ^ || <►£•> >o+*a 
a ses frais, af his expense, ^iiJ Jc |j re£., 
7Q«.v ;opo oa ;o*m jopoy un par un, 
one by one, \d>-\ji Ijl>-Ij j de differentes 
sortes, of different sorts, I/Lb* *■ Ij I j* . 

1i*m grenier, loft, ^ y j j [>&» fc*a cellier, 
wine-celler, j~^-\ *UaJ li^i . 

|-^po intelligence.., v. *^»-» . 
|?po glebe, glebe, iyX. ; boue, m«rf, J>-j ; 
poussiere, rfas*, jLi- . 
)*» corrompre, to corrupt, ±-t\ . 
-\fo<^o insipide, insipid, <!u ; impur 
(metal), drossy, (iJ- 1 **) -U^ik . 

- 3 9*m/ pourrir (intr.), to rof (in/.), ji»J . 
uu>ypo de nouveau..., v. [**) . 

1 Io>m bouillir..., v. jU» . 

|Lo*ooe langueur..., v. ]ZLx> . 

(jo»») . |»*ot» habile, skilful, yl« ; sa- 
vant, learned, Jlc . 

- N^l^opo habilement, skilfully, 3jL$jc . 

* * + 

- ILo^iooo habilete^ jfa'W, Sjlf ; grand 

savoir, great learning, JUl i^- . 
- 2 joy» instruire, to instruct, (a.) \s- ; 
■ z j«naoL/ /». ; apprendre, to learn, 



(J«j ; se montrer habile, to show 
oneself skilful, ujl . 
Ijowo dot, dowry, j+- . 

* r ' r it a * 

P«M OU ^pM , C. }£3otOX . 

tl^ai pus, pus, £J ; jus, j'aice, j^u. . 
I^xam chef des mages, chief of magians, 

Ota* e/ |&ta* (R. ^ ( j) sphere, j/»Aere, 
• p J cercle, circle, »J ij j firmament, 
firmament, dJUU . 

1 ^» , i^uu , chanceler, tr^bucher, to 
to/ier, stumble, Jj i r^ry . 

- ||ub ruine, ruin, Jlj j t pA* ; fin, 

limite, CTfef, /imt/, -i»- t _^»- 1 - . 

!***»• > /-j refuge, re^fe, UL . 
|Lom , eto., chacal, jackal, ^jT ^1 . 
1 «y» , i^aiaj , ^tendre..., c. 1 »y»» . 

Us am , ^O^Xo?, barre, verrou, iar, oo/<, 

r"i[> 4 7-Ij/» ; levier, lever, il=t . 
|<^uo, ar. jl£« j anier, donkey -driver,^-. 

(mu» tache, j/>o<, Ij'-* > defaut, blemish, 
i_~p ||joa» Of immacul^, immaculate, 

- }jkMttfe tache, stained, ^.u ; fautif, 

faulty, f Ja£ ; defectueux, defective, 

- Umom scelerat, villainous, J>\ . 
|Imoio b'itume, bitumen, yi- . 
s oa* quoi ? eto., d. (i» . 

■a 5 gto., Muses..., v. n. pr. 

'" *» , (I^>aM , pioucraTov, ecole, 



school, X*jX* 









. ^ * * 4 



musique, music, ^y^y . 
musicien, mMJtciaWjj^-^ilj Jit . 
, ete., />/. o , id. 



-li 

- |Lo^«AftaM musique, music, lS *?*j* 
| ^v>^ fi v» Eructations, belches^ »Lt»- . 



At *■ A 



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AID 



\> Q^7 . 2 kA<M , ta , se moquer de, to 
deride, j 'Jr—' • - 2 *a»iL/ etre objet 
de raoquerie, to be mocked, (^)» ( j;j 1 — I . 

- ^ a. ri tt a o moqueur, mocker, ns}i — • . 

- ILaia. i a a o j • \a.u* moquene, mo- 

ckery, »J* . 
[ooM chaussure, jAo^, jj^ . 
Uamo 1° gomme aromatique, aromatic 

gum, JJL. • 2° jaune d'oeuf, yolk 

(egg), £■ • 
\i**x id. 2°. 

l i*A 5 )uu , acheter ou faire venir (du 
bid), to purchase or supply {com), tj^il 

- |**a» achat (de bid), purchase (of corn), 

(31*.) .1^ . 

- 3 ^kief vendre, to sell, f\i ; nourrir, 
to nourish, ^ie- - 3 **»LL/ p. 

U)«* maure, negre, moor, negro, ^j t J j**. 

Io^om carthame..., p. Jo** . 

( v Jo»o) . 4 v )omL/ se faire maronite, to 

become a maronite, LJjjL* ^-»l . 
b^AM , etc., zool., murene, mumna, J~i . 
|k»jja» houlette, crook, ^\J\ Lat j baton, 

•rficA, Lat ; lance, j^ear, ^j^*- . 
jiLjaie , ar. ,y£-j» , trdsorier public, 

state treasurer, ojU~. 

i 9 
** j i*asaj , toucher, to toutA, ,_,— ; 

tater, tatonner, to feel, fumble; ur -»- 

j— ^ J explorer, scruter, to explore, 

search, d-& t (.i.) ^_JiJ . - 1 i**iLL? />. 

-)»«• toucher, towcA, ^JL . 

- 3 i**mJ faire toucher, to mote touch, ^, 
l»oaa Moi'se.., a. n. />r. 

- ll*ue mosaique (adj.), mosaic (adj.), 



|uw , /., gdnisse, heifer, iU«c . 
y*A>o muse, ™u£, di— . . 

1 K 9 
*\-*0 j ora*. x kJ» , Laiiu , mourir, ex- 

pirer, to afc, expire, *-jj C~»li c <TjL. . 

- ILeuao mortel, mortal, C-jL. . 

* * A # 

- ILoLouao mortality, mortality, ^_>~« . 

- b^M ; - b..w ouk«J» mort, oeoa, c—* ; 

mortel, mortal, cJl* II >— \ k^» *■-■* 
a demi mort, Aa//" atao 1 , C-* j ( y ,ju 
|| |6-a3 &*a enfers, Ae//, £«- . 

- }Lob»ao mort, death, dy> j mortality, 

mortality, "^y^ . 

- |Lom , Lue , mort, deaiA, O r || £ 

|Lom voud a la mort, doomed to 
death, £sjL\ -JL . 

- (jLom peste, plague, j_^U» ; deTaite, 

defeat, jl—Sol . 

- 3 k»»{ faire mourir, tuer, to put to 
death, kill, Ja t oL.1 . - 3 I>JiLLf />. 
pLuo siege..., v. ^-cst^. . 

l .f 
V^^A^O , * , mfiler, to mw, r-> J pre- 
parer (la boisson), to prepare (a drink), 

- k^oiao ^chanson, cup-bearer, jU . 

- ILa^po j - k^P» mdlange, mixture, 

rj>-' ', !^^P« boisson mdlangde, 
mixed drink, -rjji vlr- ; —pi. \&-^j& 
el |^tf3 — coupe, cup, ^-iT . 

- 2 <^|i mfiler, to mix, ^> . - 2 y^JiL/ p. 

- k^paao tempdrd, temperate, Jju« . 

- ILo^imm melange, mixture, ?:'>•'; ^tat 

tempdrd, temperate state, iJJt** 3JU- . 

- l^faw melange, composition, mixture, 

compound, ^Sj t r-'j^*' 5 tempera- 
ment, sante, constitution, health, 
4J* I saison, season, J-ai . 



|£m — o»o 



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|yO|M massue..., v. |fo| . 

(?i») . 2 ypoL/ s'etendre, etre etendu, to 
stretch oneself, to be stretched, . 



- \y\ase extension, extension, jl.lz.1 . 

- type etau a supplice, torturing vice,J*2 . 

(u*m) . \~a* cerveau, brain, Ho j moelle, 
marrow, £* ; crane, 5fo//, i_a»J . 

- }m,.m» pourri, rotten, ^yu- . 

• 1 uu>mL| ; - r >MYi»wL/ j etpalpal, tour- 
ner (intr.) en poussiere, to tern (m/r.) 
to dust, jLt Jl <J^*i . 

IIP 
J»» ^0 frapper, to 5/r^, <-jjJ \ blesser, 

to wound, rj^> vaincre, renverser, 

to vanquish, overthrow, ?j^ <■ <-^- \ fixer, 

dresser, to fix, pitch, ^~aj c (a.) c-aJ ; 

pousser (une tige), to jAoo< ./orfA, 

(oL> - 1SL» . a.) «li» • is , se revetir 

de, to />«* on, j j-Cj! j flechir (tr.), to 

Actio", i- 'aU fc j imposer (les mains), to 

/ay {hands), (^-^1 J* *jJLj) .^J, ; avoir 

trait a, concerner, to relate to, concern, 

j tj^*-' ' j ji«j ; commencer, enga- 

ger, to i^i'n, engage, j £^ 4 t-U ; 

■^ , se jeter sur, to throw oneself upon, 

Jt >>* J s'exhaler (odeur), to exhale 

(smell), ;rU . - L uwl»6Lf />. || jia ^1m 

donner un soufflet, to s/a/>, JJ . 

- ILojim , aij. |o*t» , />/, |LS**» , coup, 

blow, >~>j~Z ; blessure, wound, r/r ; 
plaie, Jore, ^-Ji . 

- 2 i— »o frapper, to drtfc, u^i ; blesser, 

to wound, r/r J couper, to cu/, Jas j 
tuer, to At//, J=i . - 2 t^lwL/ /». 



afflige, afflicted, <_-P . 
f faire exhaler, to mo^ exhale, 

I^^hwL mesure, norme, measure, norm, 



■ 4 uu»L ramener a la mesure, to bring 
back to measure, ^-LiH J' ->UI . 
l+*» , U*» ', inftn. de 1 U- vivre... 
I^um ^^» -f- »— j aussitot..., v. ,*. . 

ifa^jo ville forte..., v. |a~ . 
l£o*ti» morve, glanders, .Ultf- . 
ILomm rebord, brim, i»U- <. u^ , 
parent..., v. J*./ . 



^* »» ^ , , devenir faible, to grow 
ztwaAr, LJuwi . -H-wl/ «/. ; etre 
abattu, to Ae disheartened, »jj» c-*LJlil . 

- (Iumm faible, «;eaA, < „«, « „ ,; ; pauvre, 

^mr, jJii ; vil, w'&, J.> 4 y*>- \ 
| NS .. " . io /. /»/. ; faiblesse, weakness, 
•J**-* l petitesse, smallness, jm> . 

- bulluuM faiblement, weakly, J*kJu . 

- ILo^Lm faiblesse, infirmite, weakness, 

infirmity, j»_j c ^Jw-i . 

- 2, Wjo affaiblir, to weaken, >Jj*m»1 . 
- 3, %Joo^ irf. ; c. 1 ^1» . 
[k~a» , ( ?) inflammation, inflammation, 

v**» demain, to-morrow, 'Ji- II {-«* le 
lendemain, /Ae next-day, JJiil c_^JI j 

\i~*6 geometre, geometer, »-L— . 

- |Lo**k»arpentage, land-surveying,*?-\~-: 
ia|^m , or. L_.lyt , mihrab, mihrab. 

, |LbbuM , descent e..., v. 1 6^-j . 



^^■ to e/ 1 ^w arriver, to arrtite, J^y ; 
parvenir, to reocA, iL. ; venir, to 
come, (jl ; toucher, concerner, to touch, 
concern, j jLJ 4 j *z>-\ j profiter, to 
profit, *aj || uoto»«^ U$» ou [§x> il 
peut, he can, jJi || ovi \§i* il lui 
echoit, it falls to him, <ulp- «jj . 



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- ^-§^o arrive, come, ^~"\j . 

- U£xs arrivee, arrival, J^-«y . 

- ILo^jo part, portion, *-&- , 

- k»pL&§£0 proportionnellement, pro- 

portionately, Lj-J . 

- 2 vȣm parvenir a, to reach, Jl iL ; 
£tre mur, to be ripe, ^Ju ; egaler, 
to equal, t^jL- J faire parvenir, to 
forward, J-^yl J remettre, to deliver, 
(i.) JL . - 2 u^»L/ parvenir, to 
attain, J«»j . 

- 3 u-§jo/ faire parvenir, to forward, 

Ua^do chant..., 0. 1 ^o . 
|BudA^N goutte..., n. x t&gj . 
1 cm^m , , lecher, to lick, ^J- . 

- 2 i*ȣm lecher avidement, to lick gree- 

dily, ^ ^X , 

- 3 mȣm/ faire Wcher, to make lick, 

t>Q>M ou ^ogds au sujet de, a cause de, 
about, on account of, J»-*i/ t jt . _ 4#". 
ufi^&^M eto. j| y ^m parce que, 
afin que, because, in order that, ^iib^i. 

U£m poids..., v, 1 Vg|j . 

v ai4^ > etc -, pl- l" ' et u»' ', pizaXkov, 
mine, mine, j-^. j je«j ^/., mines, etc. 

- u»A£m , s o , etc., pi. I , O , 

[iSTaXXtxov, id. 

(^») . &CLfy* , etc., pi. *-»"', |JLSTd- 
voi«, inclination, reverence, inclina- 
tion, bow, »b^l . 

i* y ^ pluie, rain, ,Ja* . 
- 1 ^x> pleuvoir, to rain,J*>\ . - 1 ;£ioL? 
a/. ; etre arrose par la pluie, to be 
watered by the rain, JA\ AL . 

- IU$m pluvieux, rainy, Jai . 



- 2 J-6o° faire pleuvoir, to caaj« to rain, 

>'• 
- 3 ^so/ i^. - 3 ;£»L|./ pleuvoir, to 

rain, ^k. ||L^so/ il a plu, jt has 

rained, C^k.1 . 

po^gtao e/ |6-*> , lat. matrona, matrone, 
matron, (uLj^l -lit) Sx^ . 

( v ^e) . v ;£*k , efc., ar. jl^k. , metro- 
polite, metropolitan, SiiL-l ^-4j . 

(..3^a») . uaiVSoigjs , etc., U,T)Tp6lC0- 
XlC, 1° m^tropole, metropolis, io-U 
iiiLl ^j ^Toli ; 2° metropolite, 
metropolitan, SiSLI tj-ilj . 

-l ^ . ^n^ .i O . w , etc., pi. o"', [AT|Tpo- 
TtoXlTYlS, irf. 2°. 

- I La£^* 9 t£" M lignite de metropolite, 

dignity of metropolitan, iiiL.1 lJ ^ J IJj . 

A— ' »* o , crt. uJ& , aAj. ^& , «/ **!& , eau, 
water, »U J jus, sue, juice, j~at. t ^>j ; 
urine, urine, J^j . _ Aff. <*& et uIm , 
KpSL et ^ ii \n , 14«iom e/ uoicLm , o»*a8 
ei iw£ , ^ et yfl& etc. || ^ 6^ 
latrines, latrine, >^U-I c^j || U^J ■ < *' > >- 
pour uriner, to water, Jj_^JI . 

- \u.*a aqueux, watery, JL* . 

- ^i*io ta. ; aquatique, aquatic, (JU . 

- 1Lo*op» langueur, languor, ^ . 

- 1 |o>» bouillir, to io:7, Jt . 

^Iv^m , ar. oIa_. , arene, arena. 

(jao^KM , pi. /*', (i«l<7Tpo?, prefet, 
prefect, f^— . 

[>ii+y> (R. f\l) ceinture, girdle, jUj . 
tgtg"" 3 [J-eTXTOV, lot de terre, piece of 
land, ,j0j' «.«■■ ■* . 

- v a^,^*» , jxeTaTOV, demeure, aAoae, 

|M^^. a y> . [jL^Ta^a, soie, jiVA, j'^^ . 



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(Lm , |itXlOV } mille, mile, J^« ; pierre mil- 
liaire, milestone, J~. «L~. Jc Jju ^^»- . 
I&^im tapis, carpet, i-iJ» . 
*,/., lettre mim, Zrffer mim, —• .Js^i-1 . 

, jxTjiOJ, mime, bouffon, mime, 
buffoon, r-jl* t »lcVl» Jii ; scelerat, 
villain, ~JI . 

-u»*J» , /., pi. u*^Li , ntp.a?, 
comedienne, comedian (/.), "Att . 

- |L<mn\n.v> comedie, comedy, »lc VL; J-£* . 
lL>» race, roc;, J I . 
p*fit>a» , ornitk., hochequeue, wagtail, 



jfr c— » , jjLOttffTtopj maitre, master, yj . 
|fwn^.i» vin cuit, sweet wine, ry^- y . 
^ftftJ* , [nfjxwv, bot., pavot, /»<>/#>>, 



j±>- 



««-&0 , i^aiaj , etendre, prostrer, to 
spread out, prostrate, Ja_> t X. ; s , 6- 
tendre, to lie down, Ji.1 j etre abaisse, 
humili£, to A^ lowered, humbled, u as^-\ 
JJi" . - 1 i y L*L//». ; etre place, to £* 
placed, (jf) *-Jj . 

- |Lt faible, petit, weak, little, <Ju>wi 

_r*~*> ; |&&m y. j. ; bassesse, base- 
ness, Ji ; |£!&m /. /)/. ; abaisse- 
ments, abasements, C>~^SXi . 
^ 2 <yia» abaisser, to lower, ^ais- \ humi- 
lier, to humiliate, (,i.)>w»j. - 2 y^>»L//>. 

- | ■> ■ ■»» bas, tow, » Lj t»j ; vil, otT* j:> J 

humble, humble, r-^y* . 

- fi^puAM humblement, humbly, £~*\fj . 

- |L*a*a» depression, <fe/>rM5tbrt, 1 j*iLucl J 
humility, humility, *J>\y . 

- (asAae abaissement, bassesse, lowering, 

baseness, 5jU»- t ^ly . 



_3 



*f»l 



S ijX» 



&>(j> + \k) de la, hence, 4b. j- ; des 
lors, from that time, fili 1. || |amo |aw 
1° de part et d'autre, on both sides, 
c5j*-l> ^r J- J 2° ici et la, Acre and 
there, ilb»j b» J jl^o £x> if. 2<> 
jj ^ 0^.0 \k*c des lors, a Pavenir, 
from that time, in the future, j 4 illi !• 
JJ=JLI . 

Poam , c<#. (4 /,, Off), makkuk, makkuk, 

|A\oaw , ^our p» , nourriture..., z/. 1 ^/ . 

IBuLaam morsure..., v. I btL . 

V^m (^o + Vs) desormals, henceforth, 
j^l J- J deja, already ai ; done, 
therefore, Til |j 9 t~iw des lors que, 
since, b\ Xu, ; apres que, after, ul A« . 

(^») • ££ , *><*»£ , etc., f, pi. u»' ' 
et \L , |lT)X av ^» machine, machine, 
4J1 J ruse, cro/i, 5L>- . 

*.».r » ... 

- QwppM avec art, with art, yu . 

- }oJlL» et <m' , etc., pi. o* ', |nf)X<*Vl- 
XQC, ingenieur, engineer, t _y^' . 

- ( fr L i«> » , u^av^iiaTa, machines, 

machines, 0"iM . 

j fn^ i V> ^tribut, impdt, tribute, tax, -Aj>- 
*ij>- J encheres, auction, s\y> . 

- ^bbam douanier, percepteur, publi- 

cain, custom-house officer, tax-gatherer, 
publican, jLi* 4 <_->U- t ^l^* . 

- IL&a&aa fonction de douanier, custom- 



house office, <J '^Si> k^A 



- 1 «*a*» acheter aux encheres, to 
purchase at an auction, jIjIIj ti^l . 
- 1 «aML} etre lev6 (tibut), to fo 
raijffrf (tribute), (*jiy-» ) >^-£*- . 

■ a u»a»L/ percevoir le tribut, to ro/fec* 
tribute, *-ijjA\ ^j^- . 

-*^a»a» payer, to /(ay, «»i . 



183 



^M »AM 



i r 



\ 



\ 



, ,1° acheter, to buy, & jvil ; 
2° se fiancer avec, epouser (honune), 
to be engaged to, to marry {man), ._Ja>- 
(Jsr-j) zjJ I 3° fiancer, faire epou- 
ser, to betroth, to make marry, r-jj . 
- l^a-Lf p. 

Iv^o fianc6, epoux, betrothed, husband, 

ly&aao qui nance, marie, betrothing, 
marrying, -rjj» <■ ^*£ ', pretendant, 
suitor, r-ljjJl i_JlL- ; amant, lover, 
Jil* ; c. Itii . 

fiancd, marie, betrothed, married, 



- ILo^Slw , « Jdy&a» , - |yoa» nan- 
cailles, mariage, betrothal, marriage, 

- 3 &./, c. !;L.3<>. - 3 ^L.LL{/>. 
r. I»a» teinture rouge, ra/ colour, y\ jjJ . 
n. |^m terre irrigude, irrigated land, 

(^So£ ) . ,fci , tii , fii , pi. ui , 
parole, «wr<f, S*lT J propos, saying, J*» J 
ordre, command, y>\ j parole (langage) 
speech, /*^T ; chose, affaire, fait, fAing, 
a#air, /ae/, J>" i iol*- t j.\ i *^ ; 
cause, caiw, <_-y J intelligence, raison, 
intelligence, reason, iitjil '(*-*♦ J g^am., 
verbe, verb, J*i ; m., le Verbe, the 
Verb, iJ£ll || 1&* iao»I promettre, 
to promise, it-j \ repondre, to answer, 
*_jU-I J] |6^aaA |&1 digne d'etre men- 
tionnd, worth mentioning, ^S^ JJL y0>- 
|| |&» ^* "^jk^. ineffable, ineffable, 
C*-*y_ ^ 1 1 plaaA &w doxologie, doxo- 
logy, Uxi> || l&aoa (Aa aussitot, of 
once, SU- || (ao* b&o , ^ram., adjectif 



oa participe, adjectif or participle, 
Jfcli ~il _>i ; infinitif, infinitive, jXs*. 
|| t&»» "^ adverbe, adverb, J>J? . 






, />/. |6«_* ' j petite parole, 
5/wa// saying, j£~a J^i . 
|Lfi\M verbal, verbal, J*i ; oral, oral, 

UA*» eloquent, eloquent, £?*** \ dialec- 
tique, dialectic, J-A>- j raisonnable, 
reasonable, l?J>-» ; spirituel, spiritual, 
djb-jj ] pur, innocent, /rare, inw- 

).N.\v> logique, rationnel, logic, ratio- 
nal, Jip t JLli . 

|L£wA» eloquence, eloquence, *>-Lai * 
raison, prudence, reason, prudence, 
»j~H <• ^W J logique, logic, jk- ; 
parole, speech, ?~$£ ' . 

ll^aaao parole, speech, r^ j langue, 
language, *ii ; eloquence, eloquence, 
*»-Lai ; exposd, statement, oL> . 

2 ^m parler, to jr/>eo£, iSo j retentir, 
io resound, <jji J produire un son, 
to a/ter a sound, oLo J ta , demander 
en mariage, to ajfc in marriage, *_Ja>- . 
- 2, %SiL/ p. ; etre dit, to be said, JJ ; 
etre decrid, accuse, to fc criea" down, 
accused, *J»Jv»l t <u (;f) ^ji«^l || ^Lm 
ova^d consoler, to console, (a.) ^J«. . 

^L>ue />. a. ; = ...Xoyo?, e*. V^au 
ILI&&. , OsoXoyoc, thdologien, /^o- 

L n\\Y>t i ) = ...Xo-yix, ex, La'vNvnw 
>&■ ■!■ *> , cpUfftoXoyta, sciences na- 
turelles, natural sciences, *^^> rjs. . 

i&*» doud de la parole, endowed with 
speech, iSi. • Eloquent, eloquent, 
T^ai l raisonnable, sage, reasonable, 
wise, ^a <. Jic jj j bavard, talkative, 
jli/ ; qui cr^pite, crackling, j\} , 



l^M -W 



184 



llaSSin loquacity, loquacity, Ijj 
|| lloov^. Lft\Sw theologie, theology, 

\&»&» [| 'i jj ineffable, ineffable, 

U*J>£fci || ' » V id. 



U^O remplir, to fill, ^L ; suffire a, to 
suffice for, JT ; puiser, to draw, Jtji- ; 
charger (l'arc), to load (the bow), 
(u"-^' - ■**) J+r J reparer, to repair, 
^L*! ; faire, to make, J> ; achever, 
to complete, i$r \ J passer (le temps), to 
while away, {cJ^\) lS Ja ; — intr., 6tre 
plein, to be full, Sb.1 j etre acheve, to 
be completed, ? \ etre passe (temps), to 
be passed (time), (£-*j) ts-i^' ; - 1 iiL« 
zrf. znfr. « 1 ilL«Lf />. |] ov=lL> (bo per- 
suader, to persuade, *~i\ ; consoler, to 
console, ^j* || ofi. &£m etre a bout, to 
be exhausted, o *J> . 

- Ibo />. />. ; <&#., plein, /u//, o% ; subst., 

un plein de, a full of, *J» («r. (be 
\ks i. }ld«_ t |jo| plein la main, 
une poignee, a handful, »J. 4 jJI »J- 

pour un temps, for a while, Cjv- J I 
|| £s U_» soufflet, slap, UJ || fi a&£ 
)b±M. pour une heure, for an hour, 
S*U || V^a U \*^> peu, a peine, 
little, scarcely, il53L t JJU j rapide- 
ment, rapidly, Je^-j . 

- U_i (rar.), />ow U_» . 

- 6mP^» completement, fully, L.I/ j 

parfaitement, perfectly, SflT ; beau- 
coup, fortement, a £oo<f <&a/, strongly, 

-iLa-Jno plenitude, fullness, |»lc j 
abondance, abundance, IjS" . 



- \+±» , /lUs ou /ibc flots enfles, 

swelled waves, *»U» *-!»»! J inonda- 
tion, inundation, jUl* . 

- /£bo , ll^o , et f ]LL» , plenitude, 

totality fulness, entirety, SJT t *Lc . 

- I?o£m , |o&Sm , etc., achevement, 

completion, J^^j J plenitude, fullness, 
j»Lc ; somme, jam, iU- j matiere, 
matter, oL. ; abondance, abundance, 
~*j& \ force strength, »ji . 

- pAaus || |~*\*» U-Mm consolation, 

consolation, *j_J«j . 

- 2 iA» remplir, achever, to Ji//, com- 
/»/efe, (-*•) JT i }L J accomplir, faire, 
to /a#/, ^j^ii,. 2 ^£iL/ p. 
|| ... ?ooxo 5 „. &3oy iAm supplier, 
to do duty for, & Jil . 

- ^Am raccommodeur (de vetements), 

mender (of clothes), (k_>LiJI) <Sj* . 

- \1\om achevement, completion, J r »So j 

plenitude, fullness, pic j abondance, 
abundance, »j£ . 

» r c£ift* y sqf'el, achever, consommer, 
to complete, consummate, f\ t(-i») J^J 
passer (le temps), to while away, l5 ^i 
(cJjJl) ; faire, 6tablir, to ma/:e, «te- 
blish, j»UI c ^-s- ; celebrer (une fete), 
to celebrate (a feast), -Lc • ordonner 
(un clerc), to ordain (\£j J <i£'\} ~.j , 
- r b£Mb*7 ^. ; etre baptise, to fo 
baptized, -Uu ; subir le martyre, to 
undergo martyrdom, (jf) ^fiL-l j ia 
se vouer au service de, to <f«wfe 
oneself to, ...i-oi- JaL'l . 

_ u^jfljift ^,. p m • parfait, perfect, J^LT ; 
adulte, adult, iib . 

- 6^|.\v>»io entierement, entirely, LLc . 

- |Lo-Aia»j6 perfection, perfection, JlT . 



185 



a.^o — L^u 



- |.S»a> achevement, consommation, 

accomplissement, completion, consum- 
mation, achievement, Mj t |»lc I t J^^iCi \ 
plenitude, perfection, fullness, per- 
fection, Jut >U ; satisfaction, satis- 
faction, »L»jl j confirmation, confir- 
mation, £*-& ; ordination (sacerdo- 
tale), ordination (to priesthood), i.L- 
(Lj^S ) • holocauste, holocaust, ~*»j£- 
|| )i\hi>o entierement, entirely,\*\x . 

- |La*A»oa* perfection, perfection, JlT . 
U-m , or. JL. , argent, mon«)i. 

La [Li messager..., v. ^D . 

- I Lai (bo mission, mission, SJUj j nature 

angelique, angelic nature, <Sj-^* *^i». 
1 i^m } , arracher, to />/acA oaf, .»I» ; 
6piler, to depilate, .JsJ \ molester, to 
molest, (^>) l_>JU- . 

- LJut miserable, miserable, tJ -uJ . 

- k^» plumage, plumage, }V» J± j . 

- |^£» arrachage, plucking out, *li . 
Mft^M , [xaXay^a, onguent, unguent, 

^» t v «^bo , ete., jxSXXov, plus, more, 
Jol ; plutot, rafAer, ^^-"i/l . 

L*.&^» signe du zodiaque, «gn o/" /A* 
zodiac, ib^iM -r j- ; horoscope, Aorcr- 



, * .* . * -* 



cofl 



JU 



ILoa&^m astrologie, astrology, 



(^ 



j«« V?o } c^Lo } /. 5 S el, salt, -L . 

- Lu^m ; - |.imSw sale, salt, ^~L- . 

■ 1 i*^»o , "* } saler, to salt, J- ; asper- 
ger, to sprinkle, J>j \ devenir sale\ 
to become salty, ?»L . - 1 i*^a»L/ p. 

- L^i sale, salt, ^L. ; |&*&> /. ; 

terre de sel, saline, salt land, salt 
marsh, *>-t>L. t «L ^ j I . 



- |lAw ; - L*~&» sal£, ja/0i, rx~L . 

- IL&o^w salure, saltiness, **-jL . 
m 2 u£a»Ll partager le sel, fitre hote, 

familier, to share the salt, to be a 
guest, intimate, ,^-jl t JU <. JU , 

- lIa^m , bot,, arroche, orach, J*s~ • 
L^m marin, sailor, j\^ , 

- |Lii»S*> pilotage, steering, i_i- oL* . 



.»*.»■ » 



- |i M Swrvio navigable, navigable, *JL* 

I. 1 <£&m , , oindre, to anoint, ^s ; 
enduire, to coat, Jt . 

- Lg£ae mortier, mortar, J»^ . 

n,i^Ok^O } [jleX^TY], soin, attention. 

- 1 i^vm , , l» , s'occuper de, to busy 
oneself with, j ,^1 . 

- Lg^» astucieux, skilful, JiL»- ; habile, 

- fiuLgkAM astucieusement, skilfully, 

■ ! ^m apprendre, to teach, (.i.) it . 

^4^° , eto., [JLTr]X(«)TTQ, vehement chaud, 
pelisse, warm garment, pelisse, »ja ^-J 

\£§>*> , [JLsXsTTQjiaTa, soins mddicaux, 

medical care, J~t oLLt , 
Lg*L&a , jjlixXhJTX, surtout, afow; all, 

l ^ 
*> »V> , j conseiller, exhorter, to 

counsel, exhort, Jt (^») o*j*~ ' T* - " J 

promettre to promise, i*j J , %a. , me- 

nacer, to threaten, j-U . - 1 i^ioL/ />. ; 

delibeVer, to deliberate, jJ3 ; se repen- 

tir, to repent, *<£ , 



*^M 



186 



■ po&aa conseiller, counsellor, j— *»Ij ; qui 

fait une promesse, promiser, ApIj . 

■ |6iaA» promesse, promise, tej . 

■ Ja^ao , i^kM , conseil, counsel, i£jj£ 

aj^JL. || ^A» ^a ou ^ia conseiller, 
counsellor, — ^>L> t jJ- j compagnon, 
companion, J-»j |j <*&» L;a initiee a 
sa science, initiated into his learning, 
<£»^f *Tj\i4 j | te^ao Va conseiller, 
counsellor, j^> . 

■ (J&» conseiller, counsellor, j£ , 

, b^^ao prudemment, prudently, "<S^- . 

■ |J&*o , i^m , f. \b£xn } roi, empe- 

reur, king, emperor, jja\j^,\ t ilL . 

■ pn^Nw petit roi, kinglet, _r*~e iiJL . 

. t.a, \> » royal, royal, £L ; melkite, 
melchite, £i* . 

■ 6^) fsw • - k*|n\*> royalement, 

royally, iSjL • 

■ jLoiL^M royaume, kingdom, ^SsLr ; 

regne, reign, l\i- j majeste, majesty, 
*)"£*■ j dynastie, dynasty, ZSl* il^L- 
j| ILaaAjoj royal, royal, JlL II (i 
ILoi^so prince heritier, A«zr to <Ae 
/Anwar, vJj ||lLai^i k*a royaume, 
kingdom, *£k \ palais, palace, j*a» . 

. |it~\nvt promesse, promise, Ae-j j con- 
seil, counsel, hj^ j I ' * v 2s * pi. ', ar. 
•ill. , biens, goods, iJ">U |j |'"^>i«~ ^ 
initie, initiated, fjjilS Je- *lk. . 

> 2 i^k»Lf prendre conseil, deliberer, to 
take counsel, deliberate, jj^ i jlil-! ; 
reflechir, to think, £Ja . 

> z if**l regner, to reign, dlL ; d., ^i , 
s'emparer de, to grt hold of, J^i-I 
Jp ; faire roi, to make king, dlLI . 
> 3 i^k»LLf /». ; regner, to r«g«, iLL. 

, ILai&aoL&M mainmise, seizure, -Ul a-^j . 



A&» , /wur 'ji ; - IJ^Vw , etc., v. 1 \S&1 . 
)ia°\\i» , £ot., melon, melon, jk~t>\ «Ju . 
Uaauo deluge, torrent, deluge, torrent, 

|is»m mammon, richesse, argent, mam- 
mon, richess, money, JL. t ^c . 

IfthOAM , io*., pavot cornu, horned poppy, 
^ootaaw toujours..., u. ;otao , 

i. ^O ou ^O , pron.-adj. interr., m. et f., 
s. et pi., qui ? quel ? lequel ? etc., «;Ao ? 
which? whom? etc., ^y ^1 ? ^1 ? j. J 

94/. quoi? what? ? lit. |E aim , ^our 

- * r * T - * r j- 

ooi ^_m , m. — ujm , /iour v>oi J_m , j. — 

f . ^o \ qui est-ce ? wAo is it? y j« ; 
y ^o celui qui ou que, he who, he 
whom, ^-iil j| ; ^m ^i quiconque, 
whoever, j* JT ||ow> ^o n'importe 
qui, any one, ulT [A || r^»., ... ^m 
... ^w l'un... l'autre... ow... the other... 
...^Vl ...-^-|j)l || 9 ^o i^.J comme 
qui, comme si, en tant que, as one 
who, as if, considered as, olf & ^ 
(jl Lc || j ^iaa/ irf.; afin que, in order 
that, jfl . 
yM ou ^b , pi,£v f tfrfi/., certes, indeed, 



II. 



^O ou ^O, prep., 1° a partir de, de, 
from, ,y ] loin de, sans, far from, 
without, UjJb <. je- IXjo ; parmi, 
among, by. 1 par, par le moyen de, 
by, by means of, ik-l^j ; j j a cause 
de, on account of, i-j-j J d'apres, 
after, ^^ ; 

2° [lieu, place, oliC] a, du cote de, on, 
on the side of. ... i$>- j- t Jt («. ^» 
ovioo* a sa droite, on his right, -c—c Jt ; 



187 



\ia» — ^» 



onso de son bord, avec lui, on his side, 
with him, «u* c «tJU- j* ) . 

3° [temps, time, cJj] pendant, en, 
during, J i j*. («r. ^»i ^i en et6, in 
summer, U_^> ; <*&>alL ^l» pendant sa 
vie, during his life, -CL>- Sjl.) . 

4° [devant nombre, oe/ore number, ~.\ JJ 
^■ic] dans les..., in the..., ...d]y~ (ex. 
^.&1 ^a* dans les trente, in the thirties, 
jru"iC J|^-) ; par, by, j («c. ^^7. ^o 
par cinquante, by fifties, 0*-*- jwi-) . 

Con;, [apres comparatif, after comparative, 
*i*il ■*«] que, than, j* (ex. yjo ^m 
plus ddteste" que, more hateful than, 
Cf Lak, JS~\ ) || f £ • J* ^* apres 
que, depuis que, after, since, j! Ao 
L. Ji. |[ o^uft ; oviM oot de lui-meme, 
par lui-meme, lui seul, of himself , by 
himself, he alone, a-U-j j> 1 -of-Li t*;li j* 
|| ov^e ou ovue une partie (de cela), 
a part of that, (lj» j.) ,j>- || ...^oom* 
... v oommo quelques-uns... d'autres..., 
jona?... others..., ...j Jjf >-T ...^^ . 

|6oi , pi. tf* ou ^jS , cheveu, poil, 
hair, j j t ^ ; nerf, nm«, i^^c ; 
corde, string, j j . 

> } enf., charancon,we^?7,7«^-aJl l _ r ^-. 



*tf- 



compter, to count, -it ; consi- 
der comme, to consider as, ._ *■ . 

- x *+ti*\.\ p. (J \kta.t |i» astrologue, 
astrologer, j^ . 

- (iuo calcul, computation, *_jL_ >- . 

- m-^o nombre, number, j-ic ; calcul, 

compte, calculation, account, oU»- • 
enumeration, enumeration, j1u«J ; 



recensement, census, »L*>-I ; 
era, ^_ jU . 



ere. 



.» r . . »r m 



- \~ix> , pi. paS et r u2 9 />ok&, mine, 

mina, L. ; nwn., pidcette, minute 
coin, ^Ji . 

- |Oua» partie, part, />ar/, portion, .J»- 

(^4- ; sort, lot, i-j-i^ ; degre, degree, 
4»-jj j IL&m pi. \ reliques, relics, 
J\»-'i |j |Aum |&uo un a un, one Ay 

owe, U»-^j iJb-tj . 

- l*bia» ; - Uj&im partiel, partial, j>- ; 

priv6, private, iS ^ . 



*. ' * •?.'»* 



- (x*|ku» ; - k^.kuo en partie, partly, 

f *• 

- s uu» compter, to count, -ip . 

- Uim compteur reckoner, l _ r *at . 

- |La~i» arithmdtique, arithmetic, JL 

I* * 

hH& , ^w , ^os* , pron.-adj. interr., quoi? 

quel? what? which? ? ^1 ? liL. j <j<fo. 
interr., comment? Ao»? ?^JuS' (ex. l**» 
fij/ «^a^ comment vas-tu? how do 
you do? ? <iJIU- "Jj^ ) j pourquoi ? 
ziiAy? ?lili • — adv. excl., combien...! 
how much.../ ! ...i" || y Jim ce qui, 
ce que, that which, L. t ^All |j \x» ^ 
| iift , \ pourquoi? i^A^? ? I JUL |j aL» , 
pour oo» ^-m , /. i^uo ^oar uoi ^_»b , 
quel est-il ? qu'est-ce ? «>Aa/ w he ? 
what is if ? ? lo» L ? ^» L. j quoi? 
«>Aaf ? ? liL. ||" o<»» ^asi n'importe 
quoi, anything, jlS' ^ . 

Jim , ^oar [i\x> , instrument... 
fue ou jum manne, manna, ,y> . 
^&im , ar. jCj , cnaire, cAair, pulpit. 

v al^i , /., jxaYY avov i - £-l4t* > /' / - 
u» r ', lAayyavixx, mi7., mangonneau, 
mangonel, »s\j* . 

\^Um , jiavBdCTOV, ordre, order, r \ . 



«ABM *U6 



188 



IU^im , /., lat. mantile, linge, linen, JjAU J 

suaire, shroud, l y£ . 
\\^ao , jxavSpa, troupeau, herd, *^a . 

imiw l'annde suivante, the following year, 
Lob! i-JI || 'i^ uf. 

l£u» , IgtioM , etc., pi. u et u* j /al. 

moneta, monnaie, coin, -uj J argent, 

money, j*\j* ; paiement, payment, *i± ; 

frappe, coinage, *b \ coin-matrice, 

die, ~&~* . 
(luo , /., [xavia, fureur, delire, fury, 

frenzy, Oj^r <■ &*- . 
l&*~u» , bot., violet te., violet, r—J>~> . 
?ootaftiM toujours..., a. >oB*» . 



l y 
^LSO parvenir, to arrive, J~»j . 

- |_£im but, terme, £0«/, term,J»-l c ^0* . 
- 2 »ai parvenir, to arrive, &> ; faire 

parvenir, mener, to in'ng, ka^, *U 
jili . - 2 >xuoL| parvenir, to arrive, ^ . 

- puoM J - ILaixncftaa arrivee, arrival, 

I^auo , etc., patere, patera, ^& . 
fOAias , ar. j>ii* , 6dit, rescrit, edict, 

rescript, SJtr i rj"j* • 
^Vy.Nivf avant-hier..., v. iA»L . 
pnao forum, forum, i$jf <*-L- . 

£»m oa &o»p» , |om , ce qui 
suffit, what suffices, j£J U . _ Aff. 

, prep., d'apres, selon, after, 
according to, v™**: || > b*a» selon 
que, according as, \~->- ', afin que, 
that, $i . 
aiguillon, goad, ( _ r imi» . 

1 |xom cailler, epaissir, to curdle, coagulate, 
(jj)jvf- t (a.) jv- — mtr., se cailler, 



devenir 6pais, to curdle, grow thick, 
,>j£ t j£- . - 1 t-uaaaoL/ id. intr. ; s'affai- 
blir, pourrir, to decay, rot, j-ic t ;Juw» . 

- I^ut humide, humid, v^ J j pourri, 

rotten, y**z* j faible (coeur), a^ai 

- |L&*fioa» pourriture, rottenness, 4JjJ& . 

- (betas pr&ure, ferment, rennet, fer- 

ment, jiJ- l ijj . 

- JL&mmL pus, pus, £2* ; fleur de nitre, 

flower of nitre, Ojjaj _^j j pourri- 
ture, rotten thing, ~£y&- . 

- 3 i*jms&/ infecter, to in/w;/, A-il j mouil- 

ler, to wet, (<i») i_J»j ; afFaiblir, to 
weaken, (Ju) i_i»«* ; pourrir (tr.), to 
ro< (fr.), (~) ^ • 

* r r 

(Lpaue balance..., ». U» • 



.' * r 



catarracte..., v. 1 ifC*t . 
ringard, fire-rake, lJ i£ . 
IioImm etape de lOparasanges, ten para- 

sanges march, j*-*!/ "r- 6, us~* * 
|imm clystere, clyster, iJi»- . 
|l.*>aa» , ^m» , etc., V. &* . 
\ieea* chaussure..., v. J V U» . 
(«om) . i.f>ii»ava ff der., v. 



, montee..., f. 



■ * 



1 . ^ 

» m ^O 3 ' a livrer, to deliver, i-l ; en- 
seigner, to teocA, (a«) ic ; ta , L*^. } 
"*i , denoncer, to denounce, ; ^j J 
calomnier, to calumniate, J*- ^j^il . 

- lyaaoM ddlateur, informer, j^j . 

- llyofiuo action de livrer, delivering, 

JL_j j d6nonciation, denouncement, 
^j \ calomnie, calumny, *\ji\ . 



189 

. 2 ^auo , ^ j 1° mepriser, to scorn, 
Jiz-S j oser, to dare,*jj*- ] 2 e accu- 
ser, to accuse, iJ»j* , 

- 3 ;iW , ^ , id. 1°. 



scie..., v. 1 v*»j i. 

|L{xmo , /war |Lt*»|» , faisceau..., v. x t*»/. 

|&*~oi^uo fiole a huile, oil flask, o_^. . 

^£sbm ete., />/. |I^oM , juvdopiov, pla- 
teau, .fcato, (ol>il) iiT . 

U^ , /-, 1° poids {Ogr. 7), heb., gerah, 
gerah, "^ \ 2° man., obole, obole, ^Ai', 
\~x2> pi. ; argent, money, <*1j.i . 

(^»o) . i^i , U» , />/. £s , kJc2 , ^ajS , 
intestin, intestine, < ju || J-ij|» £aS vers 
de terre, earth-worms, ,jJ»l^- ' 3P • 

- ILomo , />/. ILomo , c. Cms . 

1 jmo , , vaciller, to vacillate, r/rJ • 
Ijomo region, region, «kL* . 
1 i^Im , ( ?) diminuer, to diminish, ^om . 
i i ? Mo , , troubler fortement, to disturb 
greatly, JJj . 

- &<laiM0 dans la confusion, in the con- 

fusion, iLLJL; . 

l y 
>, <YlV ao } 3 couper, fendre, briser, to 

cut, split, break, jS t ji t «iJ ; secouer 

violemment, to jAafe violently, y>y> ; 

presser, fouler, to ^rew, freaa" upon, 

(jjj <, ^ j corrompre, to corrupt, 

xJl ; detruire, to destroy, (^) u/ . 

„ivtii3*»Lf />• ; etre tourmente, to fa 

tormented, i_jiJ . 

corrompu, corrupted, 



malade, sick, l yu_y . 
i» * * . ... 

- ILm*~>m corruption, corruption, jL-» . 

- |aM« mal de ventre, colique, stomach- 

ache, Colic, ^^fli* . 

- |auo refutation, refutation, ^^-i . 

- 'uum fouler (le raisin), to crush 

{grapes), (>-^JI) ^b ; tourmenter, 



to torment, (.*.) i_jO* ; detruire, to 
destroy, (-i*) v^ - 
J •»» , iuu , sucer, to suck, ^ ; expn- 
mer, to squeeze out, j^t- ; boire, to 
(fruit, v^-* • 
- T t*t* » palpel, sucer, to ««:£, ,j-«- . 

i. I »^0 exprimer, to squeeze out, j+c- \ 
sucer, to .start, ^ . - 1 u.ooL/ p. 

» 2 u >»»• , c. 1 |«»» . - 2 uiMLf enfler (intr.), 
to .sav// {intr.), ?Jc£\ . 

- |L***i succion, sucking, ^ . 

n. x U»o , d., etre egal a, to equal, ^ jL- ; 
trouver, to find, ^-j . - 1 u^»L/ pou- 
voir, to be able, jA» ; valoir, to fa 
uwr/A, i$j- || IU~ <->j*»l-/ om |«m pou- 
voir, to fa aWe, jA» . 

- |fM /». a., pouvant, being able, jili etc.', 

il a pu, il peut, he could, he can, jA» 
jAL ; il est oa a ete possible, # ijor 
A«w been possible, UlJa^-. olS'jt f-Uai-j 
|| o{^-~ p/ Ui» U je ne puis lutter 
avec lui, I am no match for him, 

- puootae possible, possible, «-licwi . 

- |Lai<«M&M possibiUte, possibility, b\SL.\' } 

pouvoir, power, jA» . 

I&MM t ^<n , milieu, middle, J*-j . 

- 6^oo «/. ; /ire^i., 1° au milieu de, 

in the middle of, J*-^ ; 2° entre, 
between, jo ( ex. \*& r ..\ oal bLJt 
entre Horns et Alep, between Horns 
and Aleppo, vJU- j *jf~ jru || fil^A^. 

- ^ oo moyen, middle, mean, l^jz* • 

mediateur, mediator A~ii J arbitre, 
arbiter, £*- j /iroj., dodecasyllabe, 
twelver-syllable, lo~>jZ* . 



190 



bl^oe moderement, moderately, JI-ttL». 

ILa^oo milieu, middle, Ja-j. * media- 
tion, mediation, 4^Ui ; ambiguite, 
ambiguity, j»L,-l . 



-1> 



£tre au milieu, to be in the 



midst, -U~'_jj . 
- 2 m.*» 1° etre, venir, arriver au mi- 
lieu, to be, come, arrive in the midst, 

J*->N J 1 J-» J J 1 J 1 ' -^ J 2° me- 
nager (la paix), to bring about (the 
peace) (~LaJL.i.) jo ; 3° placer au 
milieu, to place in the middle, j »-* j 
\t^J)\ \ 4° aux. (= au milieu, = zn 
(Ac middle, -U-jJI j =, ex. ?»«• >x*» } 
c. *'.£ 3°) ; 5° aux. (= a moitie, 
— half, Li^iJ = , ex. •**» , %ju trom- 
per a demi, to defraud of half, ^ 
*iu»L.) , - 2 «.t»L/ /i. ; etre present, 
to be present, l^U- olT ; interceder, 
to intercede, *a£j ; etre laisse au 
milieu, to be left in the middle, 

J-jfl J 0?) AJ • 
y aU)o , ^axsXXov, marche, market, 3_y . 

iitJo } |L{a» , puit§„., v. x {j&j . 



lyaaw , bee..., V. l \su . 



i-SO -/af. pai (chose, thing, '^) ; fat. 

y*SA3 (personne, person, l j-*> s ' ) — etre 

ou devenir amer, to be or become bitter, 

\ j* jL» j\ y> || j£ Lpo j'ai ete tres 

peine, / have been very grieved, Ij^cJ^- . 

- li*U» amer, bitter, y ; violent, violent, 

Jbxi ; cruel, cruel, ^U || \k±~ ui» 

triste,W }( »- || &Su ;-&• mechant, 

wicked, j_j3 || w£ o« ;*&» trouver 

amer, penible, to find bitter, painful, 

^jLvor^l c j^-1 || <fe. oot ^tpa traiter 

durement, to treat harshly, yLi J.U 

|| ;*£» fi>i5 ou koS herbes ameres, 

fitter herbs, *j» <->lip1 . 



- bulimias amerement, bitterly, »jl/c j 

cruellement, cruelly, «/LJL . 

- |Lo;*itt amertume, bitterness, >j\j* . 

- |L*m fiel, gall, h^j* '■> venin, venom, ** . 

- pL^o bilieux, bilious, ^jJ>i- ; veni- 

meux, venomous, <— . 

- ILoyUo amertume, bitterness, lj\j* . 

- lyaM myrrhe, myrrh, i_ilu» _^ . 

- \y*x> amertume, bitterness, *j)\j» ; |Lt«M 

i ** 

fiel, gall, h'j* ] |J^» /»/. ; herbes 

ameres, bitter herbs, lj* ^\Ju\ . 

- 2 i*;» 1° rendre amer, to make bitter, 
ja\ ; 2° etre amer, to be bitter, j* ; 
3° o , rivaliser avec, imiter, to 
emulate, imitate, ^jL c^lJ j 4° s'ap- 
pliquer, to a/)/^ oneself, x^X . 
- 2 c^»L/ id. 3° ; combattre, to 
combat, JjI* . 

- lilpoao emule, rival, ^L* t jL« . 

- |lji'ii«w ; - ILdJu^ftt^o emulation, 

emulation, ••Ijlj* . 

- 3 t»/ rendre amer, penible, to make 
bitter, painful, (^*) ^-^ <. j>\ ; cha- 
griner, to grieve, f\ . 

- r vM^» , palpel, id. ; faire souffrir, to 

/iafn, (^.) jll . - T £ii>lip. || &&LI 
]»>*-■•* pleurer abondamment, to 
weep abundantly, *&j*i £~J>\i . 

- p^Mpuo ou U&** adversaire entete, 

querelleur, stubborn adversary, quar- 
relsome, ij-U L XU- jXc . 

- ILat^opuo entetement, slubborness, ^^. 

- |i» jojo action d'irriter, irritating, -Ulicl . 

u,o?p*, degre, ^r««, v>" j P art > 
share, •~?±~a> \ sort, fate, jA* . 

(|Jio) . z uji rendre amer..., o. 1 iao . 

|^m oa |yU» houe, hoe, j* . 



191 



9i» 



lt» 



\i» — Ui* le Seigneur, The Lord, <-> J\ _ 
abs.-cst. !*»».-/>/. l*t»ou | Lo»m, rar.|t»_ 
/. IL^» , erf. L^o , /»/. |L»» _ maitre, 
seigneur, master, lord, J^. t -L- j 
notable, chef, notable person, ruler, <~*-j 
efj . _ Aff. m., u** mon Seigneur, 
seigneur, vdneYable, saint, my Lord, 
lord, venerable, saint, jL. c -u* t ^iy* , 
lyti , etc., pi. i-£i , i^Ji , etc. ] 

— Aff- f »-Lpi , ^L^i etc., «/. /. 

— I^o } £/. *->_/. L^o , />/. L»» _ est., 
maitre de, master of., ...t-j-L* , etc. j 
pourvu de, ^i/iea* «;:7A, j J^f ; au- 
teur de, author of, ... >--;■ — i . . . i_JJj» 
|| l£^/ l&» o« lk^£» maitre, loueur, 
master, hirer, j*-}}* ' >_-»-U» II |6k*» |(m 
pere de famille. father of family, 
iiJUl i_jI || lao. |*m cr^ancier, credi- 
tor, ^ta j| ^s |(m Tout-Puissant, 
Omnipotent, oj-uJl JS' || Jmo> |*m 
adonne' au jeune, devoted to fasting, 

- ILo^s , pi. |Lo£m j souverainet£, do- 

maine, possession, sovereignty, domain, 
ownership, oL- c lilic t ^h^jj ; 
autorit^, authority, a!*L- ; ». n. pr. 

- |1j^» de maitre, du Seigneur, of the 

master, of the Lord, jj j principal, 
principal, j»I ; vrai, propre, true, 
proper, ^_r**- t l _j?*»- . 

- k*p»M reellement, really, li>- ; sur- 

tout, above all, U*j**>- . 

1 v^^o , , heurter, to knock against, r\~*> \ 
tomber sur, to fall in with, J* j* \ 
chanceler, to totter, -r j*r J \ *** » 
perdre, to lose, _,-*- , 

U^^o pr£, meadow, yy . 

k^*»» , jJLapayva, sorte de fouet, kind 
of whip, J»_^- jf Jy' . 



|By^U» , etc., u J 3t i 0Y a P' TY lS> perle, pearl, 
•jJjl J parcelle consacr6e, consecrated 
parcel, ^-Ai. >>- 't jS \ relique, 
relic, ajv-i . 

- ^4.*» , «»"• o\*-j» , perle, ^ear/, SjJjJ . 

- lIi^M de perle, of pearl, J J jJ . 






^O } r j ^». s r6sister a, se revolter 
contre, to resist, rebel against, *j\i 
J* * j: ] ^* , id. ou se soustraire a, 
to escape from, j* lJ aLc ; d., ^m , faire 
difficult^ a, to be difficult for, J >_-«.«■ ; 
l'emporter, to get the better, <_JU j 
chercher refuge, to take refuge, l»«dl . 
- 1 9poL/ register, to rej«t, rj\i . 

lyo^o /. 1*9 et |Ly , r^fractaire, 

• • • 

refractory, ,^1* J rebelle, rebellious, 
* r-i. J entfite, stubborn, i^t. . 



* * * * 

- tLoyo^o resistance, rebellion, resistance, 

rebellion, *jS (. ol_w»t J apostasie, 
apostasy, ij>^r . 

- !<-•;» fortifi6, fortified, &~a>- j sur, 

jure, ,>«l J escarpe, jfee£, /j ; 
ferm^, inaccessible, jA«< a^, inae- 
cessible, ( x^« t jilif . 

- |y^» 1° rebellion, rebellion, <JL-at ; 

2° forteresse, stronghold, j***- || &-a 

- fLoyJao rebellion, rebellion, uL-at . 

» 2 y^o fortifier, to fortify, (Ju) j-a»- . 
- 2 jti«L/ se revolter, resister, to 

reieZ, rej«t, |»jU t i^jc . 

» ^ f 

- (Lojpoio 6tat fortifie, j/ate o/" defense, 

- )**»» rebelle, resistant, rebellious, resis- 

ting, ,^1* tij*^. ; obstin^, obstinate, 
■i^e- \ ennemi, enemy, jic j qui se 
reTugie, taking shelter, * L f?^ . 

- l**«t>o rebelle, rebellious, -s 



(**• — »**• 



192 



- 3 9*W exciter a la reVolte, to incite to 

<A« raw//, uL^mJI Je (^) <J"*r*" ■ 

^ojao Maron..., v. n. pr. 

%" *' * i" ii r 

- (*jo*m et 1*109 po maronite, maronite, 

lit* marche (province), marcA (province), 
(i,aA.I J*) iSku . 

- liailM gouverneur, governor, <->bj^ j 

cap., boisseau, bushel, X> . 

(a*i*m canal, £cluse, canal, sluice, "*t-j c SLS , 

k»*+3o hardi, ftoW, »<j>r ; effronte 1 , 
shameless, tJj ; difficile, difficult, ^^ . 

- ew>^.^o hardiment, boldly, »»'_/£ . 

- IL*..** hardiesse, boldness, «[/^ j 

effronterie, impudence, effrontery, 
impudence, S»-tfj t i*LL- . 

- s u»iML/ 6tre fait avec audace, to be 
undertaken boldly, l*\jt jr . 

- 3 t~£W etre effront£, to be shame- 
less, r*j , - 3 i~jj*LL/ devenir oa se 
montrer hardi, oser, to become or 
show oneself bold, dare, j»>\iaj t *jj>r 

"U^ • 

- lilfrMM hardi, AoW, »^ ^ . 

1 )? 
K*^0 , , arracher, to pluck, /Ji ] 

depouiller, to spoil, (wi-.) ij*- - 9(mL? ^. 

- l4*M plume, feather, <£jj . 
- 2 <^;aft arracher, to ^/wei, *LJ . 

- ^^o manteau, cloak, «_iLw . 
|&*{*o o« |m , /., moiit, mj«<, jlL— . 

onguent, ointment, *j» ; chrome, 
chrism, Ojj* . 



1 i*»£m , , presser, to /r«j, ^o*- ; frap- 

per, to ifrifa, u^J . - 1 u»^*L//). 
u»£m , etc.,/., [JiipOS, partie, /iart, ► >- . 
[ka^.^ } jJiapffUfllOV, bourse, pouch, ~>j* . 

i y 

^♦J© , " , etre malade, languir, to 
A* i//, languish, ,^ajl t ^^ . 

- (-*■»»• , /. |&*£m , malade, faible, ill, 

weak, iJu«^» t o^-j* j subst., ma- 
ladie, illness, <j* j* . 

- ILo-vJjo maladie, infirmity, illness, 

infirmity, 4*1* t ct*J" • 

- lixyoM maladie, illness, ^Z j* . 

1 r 

> ^ i V) } 9 nettoyer, polir, to scour, 
polish, lU- t (.i.) <_jJaJ . - 1 u>^oL/ p. 

- \a»iao pur, ^ure, y*^> . 

- e^ta-Jio nettement, cleanly, Li*- . 

- |Lao^;jo 1° nettoyage, purification, 

cleansing, purification, j^> <■ i- Vh' . j ; 
2° puret£, purity, »jU^ • 

- (o£m m/. /° ; polissage, polishing, jJU- . 
- 2 uop*L/ , c. 1 a>J»Lf . 

- layoM } c. ILaa^po 1°. 



)i&>p« jaumsse..., u. \&i* . 
\*ta» cible, cable, *Uj . 
1 um 5 itwi , palper, to feel, j-»- . 
- r i*$a»i , palpel, id. 

Ju*^9 balayer, to ji«e«^, (-*-) ^-IS j 
rdcolter, to ^ef in, ^ ; caresser, to 
caress, Jb j d^truire, to destroy, 
(.*.) Uj> j eloigner, to remove, Xol , 

- |<um glaneur, gleaner, Ja»V . 

- li*M inutiles, useless (pi-), <jr«»lj j^ . 



193 



~&M 



U» 



- 1 "** et \ K --" rebut, balayures, 
rubbish, sweepings, L*UT 4 *jLu . 

- 2 i**ia caresser, to caress, Jta ; nettoyer, 
to cZean, <Jaiai . 

^oam j «!<., criquet, cricket, *->x*r . 
Ituwant narines..., v. x ^jj . 



I. <»» >V) } } oindre, to anoint, ~» ; 
baptiser, to baptize, (a.) Xf j s'oindre, 
to anoint oneself, -oli «^. * caresser, to 
caress, JIj . - 1 u&*MLf />. ; r. 

- IL&^ttt onction, unction, ~«. . 

- |la*ao qui oint, wAo anoints, ~>L . 

- |mi»w christ, messie, christ, messiah, 

» I «*■ chretien, christian, l ^»s—» . 

. |ti> .. . »in onction, unction, ?•_• . 

- |**j>m , />/. Ii£j*o , huile, 01/, iIj j j 

graisse, ./af, j*j . 

- v»«m onction, unction, ~-» . 

n. 1 im*m , , mesurer, to measure, ^\j . 
-lnJ*»Lf/>. ; 1° etre £tendu, s'eten- 

dre, to 6; spread out, Ja~u * s'etendre, to 
spread out, JtJ j 2° L& frequenter, to 
frequent, <JjTj 3° fitre ou se faire d'une 
mesure donnee, to A* or become of a 
certain measure, liT ^-Lic jL» _>l <L>IS"\ 

- |la*» mesureur, geometre, measurer, 

geometer, ^x^ <. ^L»* . 
_ |Lo_au» || (j^j/ La-o*» , g6ometrie, 
geometry, ~i*x£\ ic . 

pi. |b£>a*a» «/ I^Titi*" , mesure, mea- 
sure, ^-Li j taille, haute taille, size, 
tallness, iL jl» i.U« i-li j age, a?*, j- ; 
puberte, puberty, f^L ; degre, degree, 
l^P * moderation, moderation,t}\j£&\ j 
/nv., metre, meter, j^ . 



•kM mesure, measured, ^U. . 

-|LaJu*jMtaft frequentation, frequenta- 
tion, H1\Ja , 

- 2 i*l*m mesurer, to measure, ^U j faire 
mesur£, temperer, to nui& measured, 
temper, (Ju) Jot t Sj=<« <*!«»■ . 
- 2 i~iiLf , c. 1 i-i»oLf 3° . 



/>./>. ; moyen, modere, middling, 
moderate, J-l^u 1 .L-^u . 

bu^uJAM avec mesure, moderately, 

• . p^^aio mesurage, measu- 
rement,^^ j mesure, measure, ^Li" - 



if " r 



, , se dessecher, to rfry a^, <Jii*: . 
p. p. ; emacie', emaciated, ^yj-^i . 

- |^4M negligence, carelessness, JI>1 j 

grande faim, strong hunger, JUXif-^*- . 

- |«&m» , gram,, m£taphorique, meta- 

phoric, (^jljf . 

- &?£*m negligemment, carelessly, Jl>L . 
- 3 y**aJ dessecher, to rfry, tjii*- . 

\*mm peau, cuir, skin, hide, -lU- . 

|(<ja 9 path., eresipele, erysipelas, »jt- . 

|fe» et |L|ae , jb/. |&4 e/ |Lo&m , region, 
region, «ku J patrie, fatherland, $»j . 

(utytaft) . itto^ol^c , etc., pi. o , [J.£9o- 
065, m6thode, method, u^l-l . 

«*J^«^0 , , tendre, to j/retoA o«<, Ja^ j 
presenter, to present, (a.) |»oi ; dresser, 
61ever, to je< up, raise, «ij t j»lil j diriger, 
to tfirec/, jI* ', ^tendre, to spread, J* ; 
rendre long, to make long, JU»I J 
pincer (les cordes), to pinch (strings), 
(jlyVI) u ^i J faire chanter, to make 
singi^A**-', — intr., s'etendre, to rfrvtoA 
oneself out, 4i*l j durer, to /tu^, aIj J 



Ab*B atlH 



194 



vivre, to live, Ji\c- , - 1 w^mL/ p. ; r. ; 
se propager, to be propagated, yilil j 
durer, to last, (•'•». 
_ ^Eao prolonge, prolonged, -£i . 

- b^^Lkw longtemps, long, %.J* LiL. j ; 

sur un long espace, on a big space, 

if * * -it 

- |L&M*fao extension, extension, jl-u.1 ■ 

longue duree, tong .s/>a£« o/" time, «x» 

- ^.Csm , uC« , espace de temps, j/iote 

0/ time, 3-U J terme, but, (mn, £»a/, 
tj-l* t 1>U j ampleur, ampleness, f-Lol. 

- lltao extension, extension, jl-t*l . 
9 y 

JJj&»-iO parabole, comparaison, parable, 
comparison, 4-iiJ c Ji. J recit, fable, 
tale, fable, SjjL^I c i*»S ; proverbe, 
proverb, JL- Ji* . 

- |i2£.b» ; -|*L£&» allegorique, alle- 

gorical, ii>j i ^jU . 

- fi^pL^L^M allegoriquement, allegori- 

cally, L>j . 
m l ^.t>M s : comparer, to compare, 
(,i.) *-£ • symboliser, to symbolize, 
(,i.) Ji. j user de parabole, to use 
a parable, *&. J*«sJ . - 1 ^B»oL/ p. 

- ^>k» p. p. ; semblable, like, ^jJ- . 

m 2 ^.taa comparer, to compare, (.i.) <ui . 
- 2 V£>ioL/ /». ; etre signing, designe, 
to be signified, designated, <dl ^v-tl t ^1 J 
devenir semblable, to become like, 



o y rar.)oty», coiuooCvw, 



« 3, ^eNi*/ user de paraboles, citer un 
proverbe, to use parables, quote a 
proverb, >L- ^ j jU J-joI ; comparer, 
representer, to compare, represent, 
jj~» i Loj?\4Jz i demontrer, to demons- 
Irate, j*j- ; pr&Iire, to predict, Lj j 
imaginer, to imagine, jj^j J etre 
semblable, to be like, *A£ . 



toujours, depuis toujours, always, \J\* 

. w r * •jll * * * * * * 

jamais, n«;er, i-b! . 

- (Iwoboo eternel, everlasting, ^Jbl . 

- &*}aoo&» eternellement, toujours, eter- 

nally, always, u b c LjuI . 

- |L&oao&M eternite, eternity, iuj! || t^ 

m eternel, eternal, ^Aj! . 



1£»&m , eto., u,5£9tj jixtoc, doctrines, 
doctrines, <_~»I.L . 

- [.at^ t orv t o ; - v ae*£dotao , pi. o , 

mathematicien, mathematician,^^ j . 

\\*^°) • tf-fc» paresseux, /ojy, ulL-T j 
oisif, tV/fe, JLL J lent, slow, f^u J 
faible, a>«i£, ,Jn_m„n , 

- k*llttoo paresseusement, lazily, J— £J . 

- iLoJubM indolence, indolence, « j^i' <Jj ■ 

lenteur, slowness, flu j faiblesse, 
weakness, C*»~J> . 

- 2 ^fcjoL/ etre paresseux, to oe /asy, J-T ; 

marcher lentement, to aw/A slowly, 
*i^. Jp jL. j tarder, to tfe/qy, ^U j 
cesser, to c«aje, iJJ^J ; attendre, to 
wait for, J&\ . 

-'^Dao/ retarder, to <fe/q>', (jJ) ji-\ . 

lejjcola reins, fot'ru, J^J croupe de mon- 
tagne, ridge, (J^) ^ . 

1 uobao , , sucer, to jhcA:, ,j^« j absorber, 
to absorb, »b j aspirer, to tni^tre, JiLJu«l. 

- 3 aj6»io/ faire sucer, to mate juck, 

|£J;^J* , ULSTpt]Txi, ca/i. (3.9 /., ^), 
m^tretes, metre tes, jL^I . 




^ 50, 50, o . ; ^ 500, 500, o . . . 
(j ou hj done, nou;, £Aoi, Til j eh bien ! 
allons ! well! now then! L* t A* , 

\a\i dent..., pour Ja»T . 

VU , pour tti* , v. 1 |jj , etre fatigud... 

tip , pour ;aj' , /a/, de *& , etre froid... 



p$|jgorge,ddnl£, deep glen, pass,J~** i ijiS. 

\A>^-»J . llLi prophete, prophet, ^J ; 
interprete, interpreter, ^..a,. : !*-->■ _£ ; 
femme de prophete, jtij/e of prophet, 

- |IIaj proph&ique, prophetic, <j^J . 

- k*llL> proph6tiquement, prophetically, 

T ; •: 

- (Lo^j , jw. |L<L^j , proph^tie, pro- 

phecy, S ►_,«> j proph&isme, prophetism, 
J^ ; co//., les prophetes, the pro- 
phets, .LuVl . 

proph&iser, to prophesy, Uu . 



_2 



Up. 



s 



d^lirer, to 



fe^ i . -u f v io en proph^tisant, by foretel- 



V ^^ J j v^,*^ > jaillir, to spring up, 
£J ; sortir, dmerger, to go out,. emerge, 
j j i *il» • germer, to germinate, £~J . 

- U^j rejeton, shoot, ?j . 

- t»i ^\ < , gram., denve\ derivative, J=i» . 

- 2 k^uL/ s'&oigner, to go away, -ux>l . 

1 ovaj , o»aj ef <*a=u , se mouvoir, etre mil, 
to stir, be moved, iij^ • s'eVeiller, veil- 
ler, to awake, be awake, Jai c <ui j sortir, 
to #o out, >U> ; s'avancer, to advance, 
{XiZ ; etre libe>6, to be freed, ^J^t . 

- |o>2u ; - |ov=u mouvement (de l'ame), 

motion {of the soul), (,j-iJI) iS'j*- . 
, t_&^j , aboyer, to iari, ^^t . 
ILa-oaj ; - \U±i aboiement, bar- 
king, Aje. . 



«*^ — 



196 



- 3 i*ta{ faire aboyer, to make bark, *i«- 
,Sj»i ; o , enflammer, to inflame,^\ . 

2, ^=J invectiver, to rail at, -i . 

£i^j , etc., sorte de harpe, kind of harp, 

■^ J* t_s • 

1 *»j f *aj , jaillir, to spout, g ; germer, 
to germinate, £~>i ; etre decouvert, 
apparaitre, to be uncovered, appear, 
jfi i Jii£j\ ; "^. j aller au devant 
de, to go to meet, .-, .SlS^ll jU . 

- \->su , «ai , - [>aa>» source, ton- 

taine, source, fountain, j*c 4 fj~i 

L^-aaao ii<) source, source, j*c . 

■ 3 00/ faire jaillir, to make spring up,gj\', 

engendrer, to engender, J_J . 

!^aj , »aj , sauter, to leap, _)i» J ravir, 

to cany off, .JJa>. . 
|&j.£aj candelabre, candelabrum, jl-Ur* ; 
foyer, hearth, JSy ; flamme, flame, i_-J> . 
• 4 i*£aj enflammer, to inflame, (.i.) ^-1 . 

- 4 «*£ajL{ />. ; briller, to jAine, »i . 
-ilia J feu, fire, jU . 

- &*lL»tAjkM ardemment, ardently, «jj^ . 
s^Cucu lettre, fctfter, ilL*j . 



T\ 



1 Q ^ *> } va^ ou oaii , se dessecher, 
to become dry, <JJut j etre sec, to fe 
rfry, L_j1j (jl^ . 
- L&^ s£cheresse, dryness, tJU>- . 
- 2 »A^ dessecher, to dry, ^jub- . 

- ^-s^ aride, sec, arid, dry, ^-jL t J»-li j 

engourdi, benumbed, jA>- . 

- ILo^^o secheresse, dryness, J»li»- . 

*^Slf j *<^ j tirer, trainer, to draw, drag, 
j>- i ^f j attirer, 10 attract, <->A»- ; 
mener, to conduct, jli ; emmener, to 



tafc flawy, j <_-*i ; enlever, to take 
away, fj\ 6tendre, to stretch, It-j ; 
— 2° intr., s'^tendre, etre etendu, to 
stretch oneself out, to be stretched, J&.I J 
foncer, to rusk, *i-lj1 . - 1 »^L/ ^. ; se 
figer, to curdle, J^- || o^ allons! cojtk 
now! ! La |j cx^m^ ^ retrogra- 
der, to retrograde, • I j^JI Jl /«>- j . 

- I »«»4i guide, chef, £«£<&, cAie/",Oj*U c JJ o . 

- v*^» ^. ^- ; p. a., tirant, drawing, 



<_jJL»- j efe. 



- Ijtt^o ciselure, chased work, ^iJu . 

# * • • • 

- |^^ attraction, attraction, v 1 ^ j coup, 

coups, ofoui, blows, oyj t iJJ j 
peine, chatiment, pain, punishment, 

- 2 »^i tirer, to rfraiti, ^>- ; frapper, to 

oea*, ^^ j flageller, to scourge, 
aU- J arracher, to fear q#", ._~«a^l . 
- 2 v^»L/ ^. ; etre contraint, to oe 
constrained, (^) jla-il . 

- p» sg iio tortionnaire, torturer, j'lU- . 

- I*«^*' > Ht., mus., premier tropaire 
ou theme melodique, first troparion 
or melodic theme, j=JJI »A*U jl j j* Jjl . 

• * ^{ attirer, to attract, ^^ , 

Ot»^J , ©v^i , luire, to <iiain, ^ ; <m^ 
ou Low faire jour, to i« daylight, ~^>\ . 

- »k^» aurore, tfawn, ^^ J vepres, »«- 
-Ios^oj aurore, matin, dawn, morning, 

- ...i_.ok^o aurore, dawn, j^i ; veille, 

eve, 4^ ; Iok^m id. 

- 3 ov^/ faire luire, to maAre jAfw, t-V ' ; 

luire, to iAine, /Ja- ; passer la nuit, 
to .s/Kna' /Atf ni^Af, J-UI ^^-a* . 



197 

(V^) . U^ , /., rar. |B^£ , faucille, 
sickle, g- . 

_1 V4jL/ £tre jete a bas, to be thrown 
down, fXf-\ . 

- 2 V^ d<§barrasser, faire place nette, 

to clear, clean, (jJ) ,_ak> t (,i.) *• y • 

fuir, to flee, ^j* . - 2 V^L/ p. 

x, *«4i j **"^ i s'asseoir, to sit down, Jui . 

- 1-»<3» depression, depression, dip, c £\*£-\ . 

*«^^ , t^ , durer, se prolonger, to 

last, be prolonged, J It ' f'-> J rester, 
persister, to remain, persist, c~u i J; 
|j ploy ^ patient, patient, jy-* . 

- |U^ qui dure, lasting, j*i~*> j long* 

long, ji> ; lent, slow, -J« || \U£<t 
orloj indulgent, clement, indulgent, 
clement, <!>>>- <. JL- . 

- kJt*^> longtemps, a long time, Sk^W . 

- ILovs^ longue duree, length of time, 

iL^lo IXa |[ ploy Lots^ patience, 
patience, j^o . 

- Ii«^*» 1° long temps, a long time, cJj 

Ji^* l 2° = adv., longtemps apres, 
a long time after, Jj^ ^j. (IJU) ju* ; 
depuis longtemps, fong, Jj>_^ JUj j. 
|| l^oh. idL 2°. 

- P»f>^a> passereau, sparrow, jjjj , 

" 8 *X? faire durer, prolonger, to make 
last, prolong, JU»I t j»1^l ; donner du 
temps, to grant a delay, J*.l ; rester, 
durer, perseverer, to continue, last, 
persevere, Co? i *b i j; ; attendre, 
to zuat'f for, Jiil || oCoJ »^J etre 
patient, to ie patient, jw> J perseV6- 
rer, to persevere, <i*u , 

- ( IL;^* ) || ploj L^ patience, 

patience, jw» . 

- ILaj^i* retard, <fe/q>i, j»-U . 



It^g charpentier, carpenter, jUi || i»i»$ 
|^ architectes, architects, u^-x^. . 

- ILoi^i atelier de charpentier, carpen- 

ter's shop, j\jC Jii. . 

- 2 ^ degrossir, charpenter, fabriquer, 

to roughhew, square, manufacture, J« 
J^ ' (f^A \ aiguiser (la langue), 
to sharpen {the tongue), (*jLJ) sAt- . 

1 y 

W , ju , se reveiller, to adz, Jii~-i ; 

^o , </., avoir horreur de, to foa/A«, 
Cr j& • " 1 »f , ' ; -l fitre meprise, to A* 
despised, (*) _^-1 ; etre souille, 
contamine, to 6e soiled, contaminated, 
^Jj i jii ; etre pourri, to be rotten, y& 
|| ^o «A L*j j'ai eu horreur de, / foa- 

- )»*** abominable, abominable, p~j J 

immonde,/ou/ )cr *: ; rejet£, rejected, 

* * * 

- IIo«ji»j abomination, honte, abomina- 

tion, shame, i»-Lii t i»-L» j salete, 
.AM, SjU . 

- IL*> m^pris, scorn, jLi^-l j salet£, dirt, 

• jl-ii . 
- 2 ftj avoir horreur, to aAAar, ^ . 

- 3 ♦*/ chasser, eloigner, to chase, remove, 

■A<ol t Jjl»; reveiller, exciter, to wa£i, 
«wife, J-»- c (a.) *J ; c. 2 >Cj ; execrer, 
to execrate, >^ . 
1 |Cj , iCu , jaillir, to ^aj/t ou/, jioji ; etre 
saillant, to jut out, U . 

- P*jj saillie, protuberance, standing out, 

protuberance, »>d . 
- 2 l.»j bondir, to bound, y& . 

- Pivim vagabond, vagabond, .s/M. . 
a, %hj , ^o^j , mouvoir, to mow, £j^ . 

- 2, WiL/ etre annule,to be annulled, j*-&\. 

- Iff aj commotion, commotion, Ju . 



♦ <HJ 



»*» 



198 



i ^ 



i. ^*J , jo»j } vouer, to uo«>, jij 
- |»»j , & ; - |»^j voeu, now, jii . 



- lyyai tourment, torment, 



lOt 



n. 1 J ¥ j ? j»J , decouler, couler, to pour 
down, flow, JL- ■■ jJ-iJl «. JL- . 

|<»i ,'pour |oo*i , ,/w/. oV 1 |ooi , etre... 

to cry, 7-j~e ', g£mir, to groan, ul . 
- |^<ni rugissement, roar, _w j . 

1 |(HJ , |<hi , secouer, to shake, j}* \ irriter, 
to annoy, (a-) Jp j . - 1 |owL/ p. 
- 2 |ow secouer, to shake, Jj* \ tourmen- 
ter, to torment, (-i-) <-"■** J faire grand 
bruit, to rattle, ?*J> . 



t\ 



^0O»J , poiyu 5 rugir, to roar, Jj ; 
croasser, to croak, J*> ; gemir, to 
groan, ul j mugir, to bellow, jl>- ; 
ta , invectiver, to revile, *£ . 

- poow rugissement, roar, _>u j */. ICmoovj 

iW. ; clameurs, outcries, Mj+>* J gron- 
dement, rumbling, j-Ji* J g£misse- 
ment, groan, jo I . 

- (mow rugissement, roar, jo j . 

- 2 ^oovi rugir, to roar, jjj \ crier, to cry, 

rj^> \ bourdonner, to Aam, <J-iJ^ ; 
gemir, to £roan, jl . - 2 joo*iLf rugir, 
to roar, jlj . 



■ pomai clameurs, outcries, 



t-s*> 



bour- 



donnement, hum, i;Jb.s ; gemisse- 
ment, groan, jo I . 

i^j<n-» , zool., crocodile, crocodile, »-L~c . 

^OV«* , jo»i> , luire, to shine, ►!—» ; com- 
mencer a luire, to dazvn, »,^b ijb ; 
etre eclair^, to fo lighted, jj£ . 

-$<*» matin, morning, t-Lu> , 



- ijwat , >o<nJ , lumiere, %A*, jj ; 

vue, 5:.<»A*, jr -« || v. n. pr. 

- ]lfwot ; - (jyotai resplendissant, res- 

plendent, *t£j~£ , 

- ^lijoiat brillant, shining, <v^f , 

- iLwfOiai splendeur, splendour, »Lj- . 

- 2 io>J eclairer, mettre en lumiere, to 
Zi^A* u/>, Arwig to /xgAi, jlil cUjI j ex- 
pliquer, to explain, *■ ji- . - 2 iowL/ />. ; 
etre instruit, to A« instructed, «I«I , 

- I^iovi clair, light, ?J>\j J transparent, 

transparent, J»Li j brillant, shining, 
**")} ; illustre, illustrious, j^i ; ins- 
truit, habile, learned, able, jJ t JL j 
— jaoj/., lumiere, light, *jJ> \ lampe, 
cierge, torche, lamp, taper, torch, 
J*JL* t icr' i JjxJ j astre, star, /?■ . 

- k«|t*o>i clairement, clearly, ry^ji , 

- |Lo*»ow clarte, clearness, rj~*j ', 

eclat, brightness, JUL ; transparence, 
transparency, ^Juii j illumination, 
illumination, «»L»I ; penetration, 
shrewdness, »lS"i . 

- IJoov lumineux, luminous, ^J . 

- IjoiaJ elucidation, commentaire, ;/uci- 

dation, commentary, *■ j$ <. -A-^} \ 
illumination, illumination, SfLil . 

- ILa'yotibw eclairement, lighting, i*Lj>\ j 

illumination, illumination, *\~J> . 

- 3 j«n)/ eclairer, to /i^Af, »L»I ; elucider, 
to elucidate, (*•) »vij ; allumer, to 
/j^A«, (a-) J*J ; faire briller, to 
make shine, fJJ J briller, to shine, >X . 
- 3 j<»iLL? p. 

- 1>}ovuq n. a^. ; fenetre, window, oisU . 

- |Lat joviao explication, explanation, ~j2- . 

l»ovi , »o»* , p/. ILojov' , qqj. ^»>om , 
fleuve, river, jrr II n. m. pr. 



199 

V*^") • l«^ oaJ ou ^*> naufrage, 

shipwreck, 3yl . 

- a »^*» I - 2 ^ajL/ faire naufrage, to 

be shipwrecked, Jji . 

1 * 
J-J , *ou , £tre secoue, agite, to be shaken, 

agitated, ^ t Jir 5 palpiter (coeur), 

to flutter {heart), (^JLiJl) ji^ ; chan- 

celer, to totter, jr/r^" ; fuir, to fly, 

^j* ', errer, to wander, elj j se reveil- 

ler, to wake, Ji5_=^l ; se lamenter, to 

lament, *-U . 

- 1*-^ I -IjaJ 1° tremblement, trembling, 

jl>»l ; 2° tremblement de terre, 
earthquake, *~J> J\ »ja . 

- Jj'JaJ t'rf. 2°. 

- 2 »*jL/ etre remue, to A<? jfc'rrwf, '±j£- . 
- 3 v»j/ remuer, secouer, to jfc'r, jAafc, 

» r 

- r j»j J > />a//w/, secouer, to jAafe, j» . 

* r r » 
- jJjjL/ p. 

_ |»>tai tremblement de terre, earth- 
quake, 4—*» J i «J* . 

Ii^ai , lit., nugzo, ««^o, ijp^j . 

1 9 
•**-» y u.Mj , se reposer, to r«rf, j-lj^-1 ; 

s'arreter, cesser, to jto/i, «aw, <JJ_^ 



tranquille, quiet, jU ; doux, 
gentle, gij j agreable, grateful,^~i-» 
|| l-o j u~J deTunt, deceased, jjz* 
(| ^j —j z'rf. || v £i u^J £<f. 
■ k«l~~j paisiblement, peacefully, . jAf- ■ 
doucement, gently, lik j aisement, 

IL*— * 1° tranquillity quietness, . j-l* ; 
ser^nite, serenity, 3jj ; 2° douceur, 
gentleness, icj . 



- l-u , h~cu } id. 1° ; repos, r«f, i>-!j . 

- I— j repos, rest, **-[, j lieu de repos, 
resting-place, ^\j» ; plaisir, pleasure, 
3-il ; volonte, «;i7/, oljl ; grace, 
grace, i**J ; /. |6^»L repos, rest, ~*»-\j \ 
mort, death, Cjja ; repas funeraire, 
funeral repast, S»-LJ ; plaisir, joie, 
pleasure, joy, ^J t S-U || 1*^1^ |^i 
semaine de Paques, Rafter «;«?£, 

C**" L* - ' II '*^* J ^ chapelle, 
chapel, JUa. . 

- 21^^ calmer, to j/i//, (,i.) ^^SC . 

~ |-~aj apaisement, appeasement, jU*I . 

- 3 i*J>l faire reposer, to maie wr, M '; 

apaiser, to appease, (j*) l ^L, ; conten- 
ter, to content, ._ — >-l ; servir, to .rm/e, 
(•■w- ; decharger, to wnfoa</, <c* 1«_ 
J*J-I J deposer, to /ay <fou;n, Ja»- j 
laisser tomber, to rfro/>, J»- c JajJ 
- l^jLI./ />. j se reposer, to rest, 
^ljv-1 ; s'arreter, cesser, to jto/i, 
«aie, ^Lii! t J/*j j mourir, to «/ie, 
oL ; rester, to remain, Ja> ; ^ , etre 
exempt de, to fc exempt from, ,y Jcl ; 
i» , acquiescer a, jouir de, to 
acquiesce in, enjoy, j »*J ; j ^Jj . 

- lu*»<M n. a^. ', utile, ajf/a/, «»U ; servi- 

teur, servant, j»jU- j moine, ascete, 
monA:, ascetic, -l»lj t i_jblj . 

- |L&i~*lm soulagement, alleviation, 

^Ijijl ; service, service, i.o»- . 

- \L1* tranquille, satisfait, tranquil, satis- 

fied, £» i j,TL- ; agreed agr^able, 
/iAerf, pleasing, iJU t ^-^l^. || n.".^ ^ 
( = fcj »^I» J ) s >il te plait, if it 
pleases you, tiLJ || |o»t nJ» U il ne 
voulut pas, he did not want to, ij i 
|| \*£kt taio defunt, deceased, jyu . 

>i*' j «4<>>' , -»a4> ^* > etc -> P^ •&*> , 
vaUTYj^j marin, sailor, &j£- . 



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200 



\L>oj paturage, pasture, j-j» ; bergerie, 

sheep/old, ~ a j&»- . 
I^t^u , &vaj(Ci)pY)TY)? } anachorete, ana- 

choret, ,j-±?~ . 

- ILo^tJsaJ vie anachoretique, anacko- 

retical life, ISLJ ;L» . 
U&j ,^.olj , ensouple de tisserand, weaver's 
beam, sIju* ; trame, woof, XJ- ; toile, 
(d'araigne'e), spider web, (cj^-Soa) ~-J 
[j ll£ ^L fil de la vie, thread of life, 
SU-I V- . 
(^.w) . fij demon, devil, lJ ^) . 
■ 2, ^.ai tourtnenter, to torment, (jJ) i_jJ* 

' 4i r i • 

- ILsiaiio tourment, torment, i_jIJ* . 

- pou fievre continue, continual fever, 

1 >qj } >oau , s'endormir, to fall asleep, fl» . 

- balj • . |i&w4uj dormeur, sleeper, 

- I&moj sommeil, sleep, j>\j j . 
- 3 ?4-j/ endormir, to put to sleep, M . 

Usai , V0UpL[XG£, monnaie, argent, coin, 
money, -»Ija i JLJo . 

|»ai ou uaoa/ , /., V0JJ.Y), piture, pasture, 
*\A> <. £j» \ domaine, domain, dlb . 
|| \L.&1) |»at ulcere, utoer, r-_/ || »*»/ 
umu ^as , ^a* , i^=&> , s'etendre, 
se propager, to spread, to be propagated, 

1*imaj ete., v sou/if) via, nouvelle lune, 
iK«> moon, J^U . 

ItMaj «/ v ot»a 4 , /a/, numerus, nombre, 

number, j-It . 
bat poisson, ,/uA, iS^r* . 
1 «xw trembler, to tremble, <_i»-j . 
Ua&j , vxoc, temple, temple, JSL* ; nef, 

fuw, 4-i^ j*? j chisse, shrine, j£-Xa ■ 



reliquaire, reliquary, /U-i cjj J cha- 
pelle mortuaire, mortuary chapel, *^S~ 
J>J ', ? citadelle, citadel, S*i» . 

1 Ai , idoij , 1° s'incliner, to Actio 1 , J* 1 1 ; 
2° s'appliquer, to a/>/>/)', i_Jol . 

- (S&> inclination, isn/, ►U^l j signe, 

- 3 &»if elever, to raise, «»j ; agiter, to 
agitate, _)* ; faire signe, to A«;Aon,jtf1. 
- 3 aJll? , c. x tal 1°. 

|£&aoi } efc., vauxXrjpOS, maitre de 
navire, shipmaster, *~£j* AjI» . 

*}»• , $aii , s'effrayer, to become frightened, 
<_»>o jl J se hater, to hasten, Py ' • 

- |J«j effrayd, daunted, <_-«j ^ . 

MQ-» , /., />/. ILo$« f , feu, fire, jU 
|| IjaJ JLls anges, angels, SSoiU [[ bua 
Ijai temple du feu, fem/i/e of fire, J£L» 
jLJl J fourneau, stove, JjilT . 

-b'jat de feu, fiery, ^jli ; b"»oi pi. ; 
seraphins, seraphims, <ijj^ . 

- (Jy a! de feu, Jier?, ^ jU . 

- |La*jja - nature ignee, igneous nature, 

- |L(ua candelabre, candelabrum, <1>1.W j 

phare, lighthouse, »jL« ; ar. «jl^» , 
minaret, minaret, iiiL. . 

- 2 v»jL/ bruler (intr.), to 6am (in/r.), 

M>»a ; branche, rejeton, branch, shoot, 

Uu tombe, tomb, j£ . 

..* * * 

fLa^tp menace, menace, ■hXf . 

^•^p , ^oi_j , secouer, to shake, J* J 
abattre, to /Aroia down,li~» '. conduire, 
to conduct, ili . -^mL/ />. 



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*dfc» — \i» 



-\ii-i mclinaison (de la balance), dipping 

(of balance), JLw- j ; poids, weight, 

JiJ I Evaluation, evaluation, alio . 

(Jm) . )t-M nazir^en (judaisme), nazirite, 

(Judaism), (^Jl Xs) jX, ; continent, 

continen', ^XJe- ; voue\ sacrd, vowed, 

sacred,^^. t jjXj. ■ ascete, ascetic, U*1j . 

- ILo^m nazirdat, naziriteship,dLj s. j jj ; 

chevelure de nazir, hair of nazirite, 

- «m , Jin } mettre a part, vouer, to 
put aside, vow, joi c jjii ; vivre 
dans la continence, to live in conti- 
nence, laJL Jtlp . - 1 iu ) L/ /». ; faire 
le vceu du nazirdat, to make the vow 
of the nazirite, dLJi\ jji ; ^i } s'abs- 
tenir de, to abstain from, ^ l J» * 
se se"parer, to separate oneself, J, rt ^l 
II ***> >M s'abstenir, to abstain, Jt& . 

- UfW continence, continence, *J» . 

1 Is 

* "^ »** , **»•»' , maigrir, depdrir, to get 
thin, pine away, tjJj 4 LLsi jL» . 

- n ... i ; - |aa^ maigre, /Ain, .J^ . 

- IL&so^j maigreur, thinness, SiU . 

- >a~j , ia**j s adj., peu abondant, 

maigre, m>/ too plentiful, poor, Jjii 
J~-» J faible, o^aA, >Ja..w . 

- |a<j , subst., depErissement, pining- 

away, ^ . 

it ■* r 

- ILa^wi maigreur, thinness, iil^ . 

- 2 iiwi amaigrir, to make thin, ^J\ . 

1<u j ^«-l> , cribler, to sift, J^ . 
- 1, WjL/ p. 

- fi-li criblage, tt/hVi£, Ji^ . 

- |&wm */ |6\o^i ; ■ jilii C rible, 

sieve, Jii. . 

1 ^*u deperir, to pine away, ^Jjj . 



- 2 ^ m jL/ t^. ; se carier (dent), to decay 
(tooth), (o^jS) j* . 

v—* > ^—J , torrent, riviere, torrent, river, 
jr <■ Jr* 1 vallee, valley, ilj . 

\J a ** J / • I^«^J ; -\LmLL r&urrec- 
tion, resurrection, i*Li . 

a *r 

- ^-j ressusciter, to raise up, >Lm • con- 
soler, to console, (-i.) ^jc . ■ 2 joL3tf 
p. ; <r. ^^-j . 

- J*_ai 10 relevement, raising, ^iy^- \ 

2° resurrection, resurrection, i.L» • 
reconfort, comfort, JSlul . 

- |Loaa_ai • - |ta&~oj id. 2°. 

1 \&Li fitre d£chauss£, to be barefoot, lJ k^\ . 

m Zj^J humilier, to humiliate, (jJ) pij . 

- 3 v^l./ dechausser, to />u/Z off (shoes), 
Ji*-\ ; <:. 1(A~j ; perdre les ongles, 
to W one'j twjYj, »^ilfel cA*-\ ' etre 
afFaibli, to be weakened, ■Ja*J> . 

1 <-»»*, ^i , respirer difficilement, to 
Area<A« heavily, *-ij J Li ; ronfler, to 
snore, j& . 

- |<h-»** nannes, nostrils, ^L. . 

- |Lj<uj , />/. IL^-ai j ana/., tibia, ft'Wa, 

9 <> 



devin, augnre, diviner, augur, 

- M-»»» pre'sage, augury, Jli . 

1 r ■** 

- u^j , I****) } pratiquer la divina- 
tion, to practise divination, J*Uj . 



»» •■ .in 



c k-> . 



k-J bronze, cuivre, iron^e, co/»/»«-, jlS 






de bronze, de cuivre, brazen, 
copper, ^^ 4 ^jiJ . 



±fr 



202 



chasse, hunt, -L-*> ; chasseur, hunter, 
al s-» ; gibier, game, ^_y-j . 

- pL;.»Mi chasseur, hunter, jLs»» ; soldat, 

soldier, ^Jjr . 

- I La ;[>■**—) chasse, hunt, ±~*> ; vaillancc, 

ua/tance,iJLj ; aptitude, ait'/t^Ll*! . 

A»*» * , La*li , descendre, to descend, J> ; 
redescendre, revenir, to com? cfown 
again, come back, *>■ j t Jjr ; aller, s'en 
aller, to go, be off, r\j t i_-*i j cesser, 
to cease, Jlj II |y) tw> engager le 
combat, to begin the fight J bill i-Ujl 
|| ov*o^ k-j avoir la diarrhee, to have 
diarrhoea, <uki jlL^-l . 

- |k-j , /., descente, descent, Jj > . 

- 1^4 a/. ; /. ILkli , pi. \lLl* , id. ; 

reduction, diminution ^jaJLj II L6-00 
U»P? diarrhee, diarrhoea, ^aJ\ j"&l*\ . 

- (jGwmm descente, descent, Jjj . 
m 2 b^.i faire ou laisser descendre, to 

make or /«( descend, J>j 4O jl <J> I . 
■ 2 bwujl{/>. ; descendre, to descend,}} J 
s'abaisser, to jtoo/>, rJ>\y j condes- 
cendre, to condescend, JjbJ . 

- ILaiXuJtao descente, descent, }jj J 

humiliation, humiliation, <Ui 4 J^il ; 
humility, humility, £J>\y \ condes- 
cendance, condescension, JjbJ j com- 
plaisance, complaisance, Sit "A. . 

- 3 fck-f faire descendre, to catwe to com* 
down, }j\ ; abaisser, to bring down, 
(J -ai>- ; deposer, to put down, lit- j 
jeter a bas, to *AroK) down, f-i» ; 
emmener, to take away, j <_-*i J oter, 
to remove, fj \ - 3 bu.LLf ^. ; r. 

- |Loj6m*m deposition, deposition, lu- . 
|Xuj , pi. \bJLi , vetement, garment, lj^J , 



(aoofiwu.) boulanger, baker, JL>- . 

(|£j) . jl£a» , voTiot, humidite, humidity, 

- l£a humide, humid, <_!> j . 

1 u^o , uȣu , etre precipite, to be preci- 
pitated, rjai\ ; ^> , toucher, to toucA, 
ijJ. J briller, to shine, «i . 

- I^frt J - t^gti j - t-^4 Voucher, tot#A, 

^ ; splendeur, splendour, »Lj- . 

^^w*-* , ^.a^j , puiser, to rfraw, Ji ^c ; 
pencher (balance), etre plus lourd, to 
incline (scale), outweigh, jli t (jljdl) JL. 
&u J se pencher, to fora/,,^! ; abolir, 
to abolish, Jtul . 

- U*£ui lourd, heavy, J-Ju . 

- kl|]*£j lentement, slowly, OUj . 

- |La\.fri pesanteur, weight, Jit . 

- |i£.> action de boire, drinking, <-jj± . 
-&£» , «&-, poids, wez^At, «l)jj . 

- V&gJM chant, cAanf, »Uc . 

- 2 , %^.>'alourdir, to mafo heavy, (.4.) Jij . 

- 4, %^kiLJ. fitre opprime, to be oppres- 
sed, Ikjl ; fitre hesitant, to A« hesitant, 
nj j tarder, to deZoy, ^U . 

- t^at doute, doubt, dii . 

" 3< ^&/ laisser puiser, to &/ </ra«j, » - 5U- 

^^■J , i3a4' e/A 4'> degoutter, to rf«>, 
(-u)jl»j ; fondre (intr.), to melt (intr.), 



V 1 * • 



|b>Agj , bot., casse, cassia, jCJ- jL>- j 
guimauve, marsh-mallow, l j^- . 

|63<4 , ai^. ^4 , #■ ^4 5 goutte, 

i&s^u, tk^u, pi. uk{,Jet \Li±£, id. 

|6-3o^jIo t'rf. ; d^gouttement, dripping, 

jAaJU . 



203 

- 2 iS^J 1° degoutter abondamment, to 

drip abundantly, Sjl^o Jvu ; 2° faire 
degoutter, to make drip, (ju) J* . 

- 3 A# id. lo ; emplir, to fill, H, . 

'+•$-* , t£i <tf iogj , garder, conserver, 
to keep, preserve, l>L» ; iLU- • observer, 
faire attention, to observe, mind, J*»-V 
Vil ', attendre, to wait, Ji£\ - 1 ^ k iLf p. 

-i&t p. a. j| |asoJ ;^J remplacant, 
vicaire, substitute, deputy, ^Jti j| ^J 
1*1 satellite, satellite, J>jZ j| |^* ^,1 
homme en embuscade, man lying in 
wait, j. IT . 

- \lol^ garde (f.), guard, ^\J».\ . 

- Ija&i n- tf£. ; garde (m. ), keeper, ^.jU . 

- iLoja^j observance, observance, Jix»- ; 

observation, observation, v'^f 5 
garde (f.), ^iwrrf, ^.^ . 

~ I**£j eminent, de valeur, eminent, 
valuable, <+3 fi i iyU , 

- MH^ avec precaution, cautiously, 



fcj — a^u 



- |Lot*£j j c. ILofa^j ; respect, rej- 

^ c 'j J=k? j Providence, Providence, 
(Ul) LU . 

- !»■£> J - M*&J observance, obser- 

vance, JkLU- . 

-\if*&> , /»'• I&4* et iLi;*^, ; 
- ILoyoQj *d. l prescription, pres- 
cription, w, ; garde (f.), guard, ^j- 
|| ILja£j &-» prison, /iroon, ^^w- . 

- &i»» garde (f.), ^wara", ^IjL-l . 

- |L;££ , />'■ ILifci , garde (f.), u;afcA, 

tfS- ; veille, M£z7, < ^* || i*ii;£i 
le suffisant pour vivre, the strictly 
necessary to live, <jliS3l . 

- ^Sfi"» garde (m.), keeper, ^ jU- . 



- 2 ȣj garder, to keep, 



iSj>- 



m* 



WIP- 



b*&» garde (m.), keeper, ^ jU- . 
(LuigdM garde (f.), £aard", ^j*. . 
It^oi garde (f.), keeping, ^y- ; conser- 
vation, conservation,^- j observance, 

observance, J*i»- <, ~+zj . 



Cf^^ 1 > 



- 3 *£f faire garder, to mate keep, 
Conner, to entrust, (a.) JL . 

l*£i , etc., lot. notarius, notaire, notary, 



done. 



«. tf 



Ja»j dent molaire, mo/ar too/A, ^^ . 
£j»j lance, /anr«, ^.j ; mdteore, meteor, 

^ptgyti , virpoVj win., nitre, nitre, i>jjhi . 
;3a\*j s ^<uA } etc., nenuphar, nenu- 
phar, jij[J . 

\*LH y vyjijlx, fil, thread, li^ . 

lamU , vsavicxos, adolescent, aaW«- 

*m«j avril, april, uLjJ . 
- ).i i» .i pnntanier, .spring (adj.), ^jujj , 

os^o , anat., poche a muse, vesicle of 

musk, 4miU . 
|^j joug, yoke, jo • ensouple, weaver's 

beam, SIa_» || |uj ^a epoux, husband, 

ZJJ ', compagnon, companion, J-ij . 
oil , vSJpoi, [ periodes de 600 ans, 

periods of 600 years, Cj\j^- "\ . . ._i-] . 
t£o;«j , c. &&*j , nenuphar... 

9 * . 

signe, «^n, i.->U ; enseigne, dten- 

dard, ensign, standard, *\ji i JU ; sym- 

bole, symbol, j>j', but, terme, aim, 

CTia*, 5jU t. ij>^* ■ dessein, projet, design, 

project, Xaa. t |»jc j sens, sense, ^** • 

argument, argument, i«- ; matiere, 

sujet, ma/fer, subject, fyiy <. oL. ; 



AAJ JttJ 



204 



occasion, occasion, *£\*~*~ej j exetnple, 
example, Ji. ; maniere, regie, manner, 
rule, SJipli 4 JSli j poeme, /><«m, SJUaS ; 
ffiwj., mode, mode, ^- *\1* || }*^ *» 
qui pense de meme, who is of one 
mind (with), -oli o^i . 

- itiJ signe, sign, JJj . 

^^J , l&j , ■"%. , l&er, nuire a, to wrong, 
harm, j~i t jii ; ^ , s'opposer a, to 
be opposed to, ^j\* . - 1 i-ajL/ p. 

- }*a&j nuisible, harmful, jJl* . 

- )u*>i dommage, harm, j j*Z ; douleur, 

pain, (II J fraude, fraud, *e-i*- . 

- 2 i^aj leser, to wrong, ^ . - 2 i*ajL/ /». 

- 3 i^{ nuire a, to harm, j _pil j blesser, 
to Aart, »-j»- . - 8 i*3|L/ subir un 
dommage, to j«$t harm, j jJu . 

- |uaM malfaisant, malfeasant, i J- j 

offenseur, offender, jvp . 

- ILcuuam dommage, Aa77n, j_r-* 5 mal- 

faisance, wrong-doing, »lil . 

(w*aj) . iii.ii oa m.M pudique, reserve, 
cAofto, 5Ay, -irf. t .Juis- j doux, 

- ILo^IlL pudeur, modesty, i_j»lie ; dou- 

ceur, gentleness, Sttaj . 

^^AJ s ^j et %.&& ,d.,m, tromper, 
to deceive, J& ; depouiller, to spoil, ^\ 
^ , tendre des pieges a, to wf traps 
for, J -bl£. i_wsj . - 1 ^aiL/^. ; user 
de tromperie, to employ deceit, 9i>- . 

- |)o2d trompeur, deceiver, ^U . 

- |La^o-u ; - Lbi tromperie, ruse, <&ceif, 

craft, £J-W- 4 ^ . 

- (L&j trompeur, deceiver, ^M- . 



■ &-IUaj en trompant, by deceiving, ,Jmi , 

■ (LoLoj tromperie, deceit, Ju- . 
■ 2 Vsj tromper, to deceive, J&- . 

■ pb\aai trompeur, deceiver, ^U . 

■ 3 ^sf , ^i , tendre des pieges a, to set 

traps for, J Jjl£» <_~**j j soup$onner, 
to suspect, «-fl ; tenir pour suspect, 
to consider suspicious, £ 4-xil j penser 
a tort, to <feem falsely, \Lr- jb j 
penser, to <f«m, ^Scjl . 

■ IL&i^am tromperie, deceit, J& ; opinion 

erronee, /a/jtf opinion, -U-L- ji- ^1 j . 



1 r <> 

i rn"l J 5 ubojli , dgorger, immoler, to 

butcher, immolate, tv* . - i uaa L/ />. 

- p^aaj immolateur, boucher, imnw- 

lating, butcher, j\j*- i »-lo . 

_ |[a^»AJ immolation, immolation, ^i . 

(l«*aj) . |~***v troupeaux, biens, herds, 
goods, Jljj' ' JljJa* J y. Itat&i im- 
molation, immolation, ^i ; victime, 
victim, i>mji . 
„ 2 vmaj immoler, to immolate, ^i j 
^gorger, massacrer, to butcher, mas- 
sacre, ~ji 4 j£- . 



l r <B 



avoir honte 



> — — — — j ^* , 
de, craindre, to be ashamed of, fear, 
(JjL^ 4 j,. J*^- J ^i , traiter avec 
egard, faveur, to treat with deference, 
favour, » jTl c ^JJ»"if j| <-i fiAai j'ai eu 
honte, / have been ashamed, c-i»- . 

- \k*> , tAAi , /. |6Aaj s pudique, 

chaste, saint, modest, chast, holy, 
9 j j 4 (Juic 4 -i^ j venerable, 
venerable, JJU- . 

- fi^^Sai chastement, chastely, iio ; 

sagement, prudently, "*<&+£■ . 



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*u — Au 



- \LaAa* chastete, chastity, lie ; tempe- 
rance, moderation, temperance, mode- 
ration,^^ 4 SfrU ; saintete, holiness, 
<-IaJ j vie monastique, monastic life, 
5^-J SL>- j coll., les moines, /Ac 
monks, oL»>J\ . 

■ |&&a.i pudeur, modesty, LJL>- . 

■ 2 Aaj rendre reserve, pudique, sage, 

to make guarded, modest, prudent, 



- a \&L±jllp. j se montrer reserve, etc., 
to show oneself guarded, etc., iJI -**—* ; 



avoir honte, to fo ashamed, J»- ; 
craindre, to J^ar, jU- . 
■ i&auo reserve, reserved, ~Zz£ ; chaste, 
cAojte, iJuift ; sage, prudent, *&*- . 

• \l&ajao qui rend pudique, «jAo, wAicA 

makes modest, ,_iuLu . 
P*ai j m pfikfiaAi pudique, chaste, 

modest, chaste, dJu- <. ptzt- . 
t&soj action de rendre chaste, etc., 
making chaste, etc., iJl 
deur, shame, »L>- . 



|_A-„1)|J 



pu- 



2 ^-y 



repudier, to repudiate, ^j . 

3 ^/ 1° «£ j 2" connaitre, to know, 
<->j* ■ ' 3 *^IL/ (pour {.sLL?) />. A /°. 

l*i£u , adj., Stranger, stranger, strange, 
^?ij* \ insolite, unwonted, oUI jjL>- 
j| \ 1**30.; low perdre, to lose, j~*- . 

|L&*^oj calamity, calamity, L?U j Jo , 
separation de. perte de, separation 
from, loss of.., ...SjL-*- t ac jljji . 

*■*;» rendre etranger, separer, 
Eloigner, to estrange, separate, remove, 
•UjIi J^i s (i») <_j^ . - 4 i*£wL/ />. ; r. ; 
fitre prive, se priver, to fo deprived, 
to deprive oneself, ,je >0£.l j renon- 
cer a,to renounce, jc Ji ; oublier, to 
forget, ^J . 



- ^ i^^im different de, different from, 

- l*i£ai , jafa/., abandon, forsaking, ilj . 

- fj.ai*»&jtao separation, separation, H\ji\. 

(i*aj) . 3 u^/ frapper, battre, to j/refo, 

iS-AJ t Ioai , mordre, to bite, a Jie. ; 
irriter, to sting, ^ r Jte.\ . - l t>ktll P- 



- ILksai ; -I&wLoam morsure, bite, at.. 

- 2 bAt mordre, to itte, ^^p . - 2 kajL? /i. 
ll*u fourmiliere, ant-hill, J*JI i*^^ . 

^i ffflS a,. » J . |^&*I j vojjlO?, loi, law, 
io jJ ; regie, rato, S.ul» j coutume, 
custom, Sale ; vo;xoj, province d'E- 
gypte, province of Egypt, \j~a* iili. . 

- b» |4»&mj selon la loi, according to the 

law, ■Uj^JJ! ._—■»- . 

16gal, /at^/ii/, ^^1 . 



.* * ^ * 



- |La. « a *i > legality, lawfulness, \f-j$ . 

- |o*Maj , vojxixo?, homme de loi, 

lawyer, 4-ii . 

- 4 u»*sajL/ etre etebli, to ie /airf 
down, -SI . 

ijaa* , /. ILJjaj , leopard, /eo/iarrf, ^ . 

- \*\xu j - ^j^oj feroce, ferocious, ^»- j . 
~ 2 VAiV\ ^tre ftroce, to ie ferocious, 

,J±-J> ', menacer, to threaten, a-l» . 
I^ftj pieux sacres, sacred stakes, i-XU jUjI . 
(L^&i fosse, cage, ^i/, ca^, (j^i t 3 ji*. j 

piege, lacs, trap, snare, iSLi t jo . 
\1lu menthe, mint, ^*i . Rappr. \JLu . 
(lu ou llui , /., ficelle, string, <-^ 

l^w menthe, min/, /«i<o . Rappr. i— jj 

i* * . . . ■ 

|*ij , ^to., cimeterre, scimitar, (»L-»- . 



206 



fuu) . m*mi faible, malade, weak, sick, 

_ ILftit^fidj faiblesse, weakness, <Ju^J> . 
(\*») . ILUi , etc., /., pi. |L|^i , 
balance, balance, jl>- . 

^ fYl i ) . [leBj tentation, temptation, i^f . 

- }Iau II |'~ ■-» a credit, on credit, Lj^ . 

- li*oaj epreuve, experience, examen, 

trial, experiment, examination, jUcJ 

_ Ijo^bj tentation, temptation,. \j£- ', 

maladie, illness, ^ j* . 
• 3 umj tenter, eprouver, to tempt, prove, 

(<i.) uj»- j essayer, s'efforcer, to try, 

- i^ctiM />. ^. ; lepreux, leper, ,yj). 
_ li^ux tentateur, tempter, <— > jf- . 

- |Lo.mim experience, experiment, jLj^-1 . 

- ^a>ai tentation, temptation, i_^f . 
- 3 ^j»j Eprouver, to prove, ,j*^»l . 

[mj ft ^^j signe, jign, i»tAt . 



1 r 
O ffl.1 } auj , recevoir, prendre, to 

receive, take, -U-! 4 JLj ; communier, to 

communicate, J jU J epouser (homme), 

to 7narry (nwn), (Jr-j)^ -^ > oter ' to ta ^ e ' 
away, 9j ; ^. , donner pour femme a, 
to give as wife to..., **-jj l J**\ J com- 
mencer, to begin, \i&\ . • 1 i&ouL/ p. 
11 [iia , |LBo£ vaiu se marier (homme) 
to marry {man), (J»-j) jrJ> |h 3 M* * a * w 
J9oi^» avoir des egards, to be deferent, 
^Ij j favoriser, to favour, l \~oi\ \ etre 
hypocrite, to be hypocrite, ti'j j| ^*" 
\_- x >*-* se rappeler, penser, to remem- 
Aer, think, ^i\ <. £'£ || Js£ c=u£u s'6- 
lancer, partir, to rush, start, jlLJL .jail 



|j um&i*^. vaoj recevoir promesse de 
vie sauve, to receive promise to be spared, 
(£-) l y,Jz~'\ II |&\\ % o<u commencer, 
to begin, \Ju II ^xx am converser, to 
converse, ilol*^ II opooS "^i. La.au ba- 
vard, talkative, J5j jl jli^j am pren- 
dre conseil, to tofe counsel, jlilJ . 

- p»a«a> n. ag. ; participant, fidele, 

participant, faithful, ,>.! t dij^ . 

- oacu /'•/'• ]l |jooi o^«aj dement, 

insane, ojJ~ . 

- ILb^^bki 1° prise, taking, JS-\ j recep- 

tion, reception, J^J c ,^-iJ j 2° com- 
munion, communion, Jjbj . 

- [loit , omM , f(/. 7° ; mariage, 

marriage, r^jj II Csja Aeua partia- 
lite, partiality, »Lib£ j feinte, dissimula- 
tion, SU-i-U ■ hypocrisie, hypocrisy, *Uj 
|| I&9 ^cue mariage, marriage, t-'jj 
|j ||&*o P^aom commerce, commerce, 
*V*£. J i*-\ j| JSo^kdy |ae>« divina- 
tion par tirage de versets, augury by 



drawing verses, 



^ 



s+ fn > 5 i~om> , repandre, to /war out, 
._— » ; fondre, to me/* doom, iiJL« ; 
intr., se repandre, to spread, v_~aji . 
- 1 L r i ) L? />. ; r. 

- la*J eduse (du ciel), flood-gate {of 

heaven), (»^JI) *c _/ . 

- pani n. ag. : fondeur, founder, i!L* , 

etc. ; burette, cn#<, i_-JI *^i . 
_ )*.««■ idole, idol, <w» . 

- \b^*L> fusion, melting, dJL— ; metal 

fondu, cast metal, uji. JA*. . 

- tlau action de repandre, pouring out, 

c__*> ; fusion, melting, dJL- . 

- p^aw clystere, clyster, *u*- ; seringue, 

iyn'nge, j«i . 

- |3uuo , c. [uti . 



207 



>k&i — 



(i^aaj) . \k*><v copie, copy, 4i««j , 
m ± l ^txLj transcnre, to copy, Jjh . 

^a^aoau , etc., VO<70x6:j.lOV, hopital, 
hospital, «,tT„.,. . 

l y 
I- » * y> - ) , jaaaj } scier, to saw, j£ . 

-^iLf p. 

* * 

- I^sw pnsme, prism, j^-y \ scie, 

saw, jLii. . 

- Uottj sciage, sawing, _^ j coupure, 

cwf, j»lai J lf-«u ^/. ; planches, boards, 
^l_jJl ;/. |L*fiu sciure, sawdust, Sjlti . 

- |*suo scie, saw, jlii. ; sommet de 

montagne, mountain top, J->- o . 

Ii. 1 jxa> deployer, to spread, _^ . 

\j*> poitrine, breast, jX^> . 

(axi corbeau, raven, vl^ 5 ? orfraie, 
osprey, t^lic- . 

- )-^kj de corbeau, raven (adj.),^^^ . 

*>^ , »^a»j , enlever, emmener, to tofa 
a«;a>>, lead away, i <_^ i ' f _/ . 

- 2 *^» , c. 1 s^J ; ramener, to inn£ 
away, j «-j . 

1 ^aj battre, to ieaf, ^^ . 

Ujj fer a cheval, horse-shoe, ^ J& J»i . 

- 2 ^»j ferrer, to .sAoe (Aor.se, etc.), Ja~> . 

1 »i rugir, to roar, jlj . 

- Jaa-sj autruche, ostrich, A*> II fiCls 

- It»sai.) son, voix, sound, voice, ,jji 

Cjj~e j chant, chanson, chant, song, 

<L^I t. iLly . 

1 ^t grogner, to ^ranf, «j» . 

lou corbeau, rawn, J^ . 

1 i.»j , Ja^j , braire, to Aray, Jf' ; rugir, 



-|U" 



to roar, jlj ; o , sonner (de la 
trompette), to .sound' (the trumpet), jju 

( JjJ' J) • 

- Itij braiment, braying, jl^ . 

|6Aj , m. et /., /i/. |£lij , ordure, ordure, 
Sjl-ii J rebut, refuse, SjLu . 

1 ^ 
m m. A J } u.a£j } souffler, to breathe, ~ii • 

exciter, to excite, £*■ ; insuffler, to 

insufflate, (j) ^ii ; inspirer, to inspire, 

ii' ts^j' ; gonfler, to jtw//, iii j 

enfler (intr.), to jim;// (wtfr.), JuL; . 

enflure, swelling, ~iJ . 

- |**Sa> tumeur, tumour, rjj • vent, 

wind, fuj . 

- \Lki souffle, breath, iii ; vain orgueil, 

elation, i**\Ji5 . 

- U**&> ; - pla^M soufflet, bellows, joL. . 

- |fcs...n a >ifl souffle, breath, ™Ai j insuffla- 

tion, insufflation, i*~kj i iJu • inspi- 
ration, inspiration, -\^\ • Eruption,. 
eruption, i>\jy . 

- 2 mAj|.f enfler, to swell, iJcj\ . 

l$3u , vd<pTGC, min., naphte, naphtha, JaiJ . 

1 M- 5 ' ^' ou \i$*°J , XzuLTCTirjp, lampe» 
lamp, Jj_xi . 

^.2U , ^1,* 5 tomber, to /a//, Jai- ; 
faire defection, to /a// off, iij ; etre 
epileptique, to ie epileptic, pj-JI <J OlT; 
arriver, to arnw, J^»j ; gtre ■ jete, se 
jeter, to be thrown, to throw oneself, ^jl 
j-^Ljl ; se repandre, to j/ireaa" (infr.), 
j-i^' J — ^. , s'accorder avec, to agree 
with, «- ^JJ^; ; trouver, to find, -U-j j — 
^» , perdre, to /oj«, j*S- ; manquer a, to 
break (b.e. promise), ijA+\ j — ^I } con- 
venir a, to a^r«e wtVA, ji\j j concerner, 



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to concern, ^rai- • equivaloir a, to be equal 
to,ts jL- ; — ?«>• j combattre, to combat, 
Jlli ; faire l'union de chair avec, to 
accomplish carnal act with, ^Li t jl j 
>o^J> , plaire a, to please, c—*^ II ^^ 
^•i^at^ } Ijo^Is combattre, to eom- 
bat, Jj"U || ... 9 uI^om ^o ^Aj ne pas 
comprendre, not to understand, n^Ju i 
I ft* ^» ^>^» faire erreur, to oe mis- 
taken, i»U . 

- (i&j chute, yb//, i>_ t i- J |jZ&j tombees, 

scraps, oll»LL» . 

- |j&» , ^Slm , 1° action de tomber, 

chute, falling down, fall, fj*j ', 
2° descente, descent, J _,>' \f |&ai 
id. 7°. 

- |fc\o&» ,pl. |h\ «iwg/|r\ .\n°iw, chute, 

/a//, JyL- ; defection, defection, ii _/ ; 
peche, jin, *^J»- J epilepsie, epilepsy, 
?_r* ', cadavre, corpse, '&*■ ; union 
de chair, carnal union, otnil ; gram., 
cas, case, ~»VliJU- j proclitique, pro- 
clitic, 4juLJI S»1£)Ij J-a^> »ljl . 
.2^il jeter, to ^in^, J-ij . - 2 ^L/ 
tomber, to fall, Aj ', pourrir, to rot, 
jjiJ ; diminuer, to diminish, ^^j j 
quitter, to £raw, iJ ./ . 

- H»Aivo ecroule, collapsed, jtjL. . 

- "^Aj tomW, fallen, iaxi* <, Ja»L- j 

/. ll sV t l gain, £«*'«, £_> . 

- 3, ^9/ faire tomber, to make fall, ial^\ , 



I. 1 -«-*' , ua^i (occ), ut&j (or.), tirer au 

sort, to riraw lots, f jS\ . 
n. (va&aj) . l \xn±jLl etre demelee (laine), 

to i« combed out (wool), ( <J»^ -*) jSju . 

■ » J , iAj , im/ier. »£ rf «o3 , secouer, 
to shake, J* ; rejeter, to reject, j j . 
- 1 jAjL//i. ; r. ; pondre, to /ay («££*), 



- |t&j secouement, shaking, J* . 

- |Lj3 , pi. £s , sort, to*, ** J ; 

colonne (de livre), column (of book), 

( v ur j) ^ . 

- 2 *Aj secouer, to shake, y> ; faire tom- 

ber, to jAafe off, .LiL-l j liberer, to 
liberate, j_p- ; depouiller, to j^oi/, 
<_JL- . - 2 *AjL/ /». ; r. ; ^o , etre en- 
traine loin de, to 6* carried far from, 






- M«&no purgatif, vomitif, purgative, vo- 

mitive, ► (J i. t Jf— . 

- Ifdoi evacuation, evacuation, -Aj>-\ . 



1 £ 



ISO&J 



, sortir, to go oai, r-^- • 
s'avancer vers ou contre, to advance 
towards or against, Jt j\ j£- (»ajj j arri- 
ver, echoir, to happen, befall, >ij <. iA»- j 
avoir cours (monnaie), to ie current 
(money), r\ j j passer (temps), to pass 
(time), (cJj) ^^-i. ; se lever (soleil), 
to riie (sun), ( tr .f ) cJ^ J apparaitre, 
to appear, j^t ; devenir, tourner a, 
to become, turn, J I J^ t jU* j passer 
(le temps), to j/xjnrf (ft'me), (c^ll) ,j^* ; 
proferer, to utter, Jiil ; etre depense, 
consume, to be spent, consumed, ^ l jii ; 
etre repousse, to 6e pushed away, szj j 
etre emmene, to £e /ajt^i away, Xsa\ 
<u (;£) !_-aj ; etre connu, se repandre, 
to be known, spread^ ^ilil t ^j/ol j etre 
traduit, to fo translated, {ff) fr j \ se 
demettre, to resign, aI^I ; ^e , perdre, 
to lose, j*S- \ ^o , soustraire a, to 
subtract from, j* r-^> ' } ta } math., divi- 
ser, to divide, ~J j fto j adherer a, 
suivre, to adhere to, follow, »J t ; j^I 
|| vS^. |&ao ia&i excuser, to excuse, jic 
|| |Lo»ow» ihAj temoigner, to testify, -V- 
II ['^^ i&Aj etre fait, to 6f done, J*ijl 



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Q±, 



|| |»^&>S o»A) excuser, to excuse, jie 

iii'* ■'* r »' T ■» 

J | \-oia ou \-of o>Aj , i£s- ,*%*., id. ; 

deTendre, to defend, ^ ^U- ; s'excuser, 
se deTendre, to excuse oneself, defend 
oneself, <uli (a.) (j- t j-btl II ^lo$ <j&Aj 
^->nn\ reTuter, to refute, *j t Lr a21 
|| ( mi\»\ ia&j etre fini, to be fini- 
shed, ^\ . 

■ \Lsu || la£*l b!a£> prostitutes, prosti- 

tute (pl.f), il^U . 
. }ao&> sortant, proc&lant, coming out, 

proceeding, J^'* ' zjk*~- 

ii*'*' • • 

. iLaoaAj sortie, gcwg o«<, t-j^ J pro- 
cession (du St. Esprit), proceeding, 
( ^jOJI £j^l ) jl*JI |j |&^ LaaaiJ 
Eloquence, eloquence, 5>-Lai . 

ini*ii p. p. ovjooi oe ioaSj dement, 
insane, JJLJ! jJli . 

p ft ■ 

• (ft&j mine, mine, *»«^. ; depense, 
expense, 4JLu , 

■ |a&i tumeur, tumour, r-1/*- J I&A&J , 

/>/. |N n^i, depenses, «$*we.>',oLiLu • 
argent, money, >lji || |ko&j) |t^w 
excuse, excuse, jj* . 

. |a&m } i&^m 9 sortie, 5<«'ng oaf, rj/- J 
issue, resultat, wra«, result,**^ i <JU J 
recolte, harvest, *JU J prononciation, 
pronunciation, iaii || io&m , }~oy iaSm 
|~o;a response, r'/>(>>, <-> 1_j»- ; refuta- 
tion, refutation, j^-i J excuse, de- 
fense, excuse, defence, ^-L^-l <■ jic . 

- )a&k |[ |Ba* <"if>^v» a la fin de la 
semaine, at the end of the week, x^ 

|&&a» sortie, goin^ out, rJj^ ■ 
lu&&» sortie, exode, going out, exodus, 
■rjj*- ', fin, resultat, end, issue, i>L^ 
*j*;Ii ; production, production, CjLjI J 
edition, publication, _ r fJ t J 1^1 J 
anus, amu, C— <! . 



»«# r .»'f 



_ piaA» J! ) ,in^v> [wfot issues du 
corps, outlets of the body, .L-i-! t-jL**- . 

- 2 *aAj faire sortir, to make go out, -r _^-\ j 

produire, to produce, f-Aji t <_u- j 
exposer, to expose, ^js- j emmener, to 
/«h/ attiay, j *_jo ; depenser, to jp«i<f, 
Jiil ; exercer, instruire, to exercise, 
instruct, («i») it t (a.) j ^ ; corriger, 
to correct, (.»•) *JL» . - 2 't>fr'L/ />. 

- ja^iw instruit, learned, JLi. J expert, 

expert, j>-*- . 

- ^a> sortant, sorti, going out, gone out, 

rj>- (^•iil <■ zj^~ ', traduit, translated, 
^-j^ || o£t trt.^i il est sorti, he has 
gone out, -rf- . 

- |aSoj exercice, instruction, exercise, 

instruction, ,j-tj-£ t ^j* i lfj£ || fc-a 
U>i*l \aSoj camp d exercice, trai- 
ning camp, jj*dl ol-L. . 

- 3 iaS/ faire sortir, to make go out, t,j>-\ ', 

expulser, repudier, rejeter, to expulse, 
repudiate, reject, rjo ' (***) 3^* ' J J* ', 
produire, to produce, > Jl ; ^crire, 
to write, <^f J traduire, to translate, 
f^j \ enterrer, to bury, $* ; faire 
passer, livrer, to ^ojj, deliver, Js*»jl 
(^i*) L» ; passer (le temps), to ^aw 
(^^.(cijJI)^^; instruire, former. 
to instruct, (a») i—jti? t (a«) J^ ; oter, 
to take away, f'j ', ^o , extraire de, 
to extract from, ,y> rj*c*\ j ^o ? sous- 
traire a, to substract from,^* -r Je J^* , 
depenser pour, to spend for, J Jiil ; 
proposer a, to j«/ over, Jc- JS j . 
- 3 u»3Uf p. || ££ 1^9? propager 
une nouvelle, to spread news, Tj«^£jil 
|| t-of (A3? s'excuser, se deTendre, 
to apologize, defend oneself, j-b^l 

*j!j (^i.) Iji . 



J£ 



— a±i 



- |&a&» Edition, publication, jiJ t jlj-l ; 
traduction, translation, **- j ; d6- 
pense, expense, iiUi ; tumeur, tumour, 

C.'> "• 
i. 1 *Aj , jaSu , s'enfuir effarouche' (che- 
val), to run away frightened (horse), i_j/» 
(oLo*-) 5GU- J avoir en dugout, to 
take a dislike to, j» jii . 

n. x {Ai j ya&j , fremir, to shudder, J^>J ; 
hennir, to neigh, ^tf* ; beler, to bleat,\i$ . 
- |*£j hennissement, neighing, J^ ; 
frdmissement, shudder, ^iUijI . 



JjikSU , v*L , /., />/. IcJIal , ame, 
esprit, vie, soul, vital principle, life, 
SL»- irjj i ^j-ju j personne, homme, 
quelqu'un, person, man, any one, ^j*** 
i»-\j i J*-j J stele funeraire, funeral stele, 
^c L. <_...^i,i * a&n/. ou reft., ut&i rfc., 
moi-meme, myself, i^li , elc. jj o%*£ia 
en lui-meme, in himself, -oljj ; de lui- 
meme, q/' himself, «jU j. ; Iui seul, 
sans rien, fo alone, without any thing, 
'ts* ^j c »J»-j _^* j au prix de sa vie, 
at the price of his life, «JL»- < yjj j| 001 
ovtAia lui en personne, himself, «*j 1-ij _^* 
|| ©vkAj ^» de lui-meme, of himself, ,y 
4jI j ; par lui-meme, Ay himself, <olJb j 
a son gre, to Au liking, »\J>j \ .»j 
<H*Aj improvise^ improvised, J*^ Ij jo^so 
u£j? quelque chose d 'anime, jonw- 

* 

thing animated, ^- *^ || ^l^iy «-ooi 
mene la vie solitaire, lead a solitary 
Ufe,\ijJc^Jit- || |*Ajj |L&* prieresilen- 
cieuse, «7«i* prayer, 1-L^!j 3^L» || o^ 
!->»■. k» ott&iA il r^flechit en lui-me- 
me, he thinks within himself, <ol Jj j£-ij 
|| ov*£iA. 1*0101*2 en lui-meme, in 
himself, *j!^j || (lai *» qui a une ame, 
who has a soul, iJ Ju ji II L.*. u^j etre 



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vivant, living being, i*-J II oykAj Lam 
suicide, suicide, jUol || «»1&> t_*^ 
genereux, generous, ^£ || oylaj *»» 
decider, to <&?«'<&:, jjj || omAj ^j, 
faire semblant, to pretend, jAi£ ; se 
montrer, to jAou; oneself, ^Jlj ^jUI . 

- Lu&j anime, vivant, animated, living, 

f <■ a-* J> • 

- Lu*&> de l'ame, psychique, q/" (A* soul, 

psychical, lS ^ii t cJLju . 

- C^LuAj d une maruere animale, qA an 

animal manner, i^jj~«- JS^ij . 
_ iLaui&j animation, animation, *ij~- • 

- LfcLib , |*Li» , L**&j respiration, rw/>i- 

ration, ^jJcj ; temps de respirer, 
repos, time to breathe, rest, -'f.-\\ cJj 
4»-ij ; /. |&*|£j souffle, breath, £~aj . 
- 1 v*Aj expirer, to breathe out, (**) rj>- 
*~£j • '_>* J d&irer, to desire, j »_-* j . 
- 1 i*21jL/ respirer, to breathe, ^jJcj . 

- u*3j anim6, qui respire, animated, 

breathing, ^f-i^* <■ ^f . 

' <■ * * 

- ILojwAj ame, soul, iJ ~ii . 

- 2 u£j reposer, to m/, ^-Ijl j animer, 
to animate, (-i«) ,^-0 . - 2 uAjLf />. ; 
etre anime, respirer, to At animated, 
breathe, (j-i^J t ( _ r i5 'i t L»- jl^* . 

- 1*&jm anime, animated, iJ Ju jj . 

. l«£a< animation, animation, *jj^~ . 

1 6Aj , ? tremper (le pain), to joaA (bread), 

I*) dpervier, hawk, jib . 

'Iij, !»j , se disputer, lutter, to quarrel, 
struggle, js~\Jlj i ^e\j^ ; s'efforcer, to 
strive, & . 

- L.*j disputeur, batailleur, disputer, 

quarrelsome, Jjli« t ^»Ls=. . 

- |La-to contestation, wrangling, Jii»- . 

- Luo ; - ILov* , /><• "-of« , dispute, 

quarrel, ic^Ui . 



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l r 

-^ * •" ■* * i i 

^^ *-* , oouri oo*i j , planter, to /itort, 

( _ f ^p ; etablir, fonder, to establish, found, 

l _ r f\ i plil ; creer, faconner, to create, 

make, £~o c J»-j1 ; pondre, to /ay (eggs), 

- poo planteur, planter, ^ jU j crda- 

teur, creator, ■*»-_*» ; fondateur, 
founder, ^ > . 

- ILoa^.i plantation, plantation, ^ji- . 

- |6>s»j plant, plante, plantation, plant, 

cJ <• "*^_f- \ . plantation, plantation, 
u"jp ; semence, seed, fjj \ oeufs de 
sauterelle, locust eggs, ilj*- ^-sjj . 

- lijka»i vegetal, vegetable, JLj ; vege- 

tatif, vegetative, c-J- , 
- 2 t»»j planter, to plant, ^^ . 

1 v 
»*» »>J , i~*u , briller, to jAww, «i ; fleu- 

rir, prosperer, etre celebre, to flourish, 

prosper, be famous, jr J-\ c jf i j**j\ j 

vaincre, l'emporter, reussir, to wzn- 

^"KtjA, prevail, succeed, ■*£■ i Jli c <_-it . 

- JiL o victoire, triomphe, victory, triumph, 

jilt c Sjic ; gloire, gfory, if ; belle 
action, haut fait, splendid achieve- 
ment, great deed, Sj-L. t Sjiiii . 
- 2 t~*i celebrer, to celebrate, (-L.) if ; 
rendre o« declarer vainqueur, to 
make or declare conqueror, j^UI jl jit I 
I _/U» j faire prosperer, to raife pros- 
per, j**y 4l*»- ; rendre celebre, to 
ma£e famous, Jf J'\ . - 2 i~*jL/ /). 

- (-1**) brillant, bright, .w"^ j glorieux, 

illustre, glorious, illustrious, j^i- t XJ~ J 
vainqueur, conqueror, Jfe ; vaillant, 
valiant, JLj J claire (voix), clear (voice) , 

- &.»^l*u brillamment, brilliantly, *lfi j 

clairement, clearly, LU- . 



- |La^.*j eclat, splendour, »L,- j gloire,£to- 

ry, if J supeYiorite, superiority, 3yZ . 
-'i-*/ rendre vainqueur, to make con- 
queror, jiii\ j briller, to jAwk, A J 
etre vainqueur, to be conqueror, J& . 

^V , ^oji , ^ , verser sur, to pour 

upon, Ja i_.SC^ . 

- U*i action de verser, pouring, ^L . 

- 3> W liberer, to liberate, jj>- ; sauver, 

to save, (a.) ( _ r aL^ . 

I. ^r 1 j ^t ? simer, to whistle, yue \ 
<a , s'emporter contre, to inveigh 
against, Ja i r «i£ . 

- P*> sifflement, whistling, _yX^> . 

ii. 1 cS*> 6tre clair, to fo c/ear, ^ j ; etre 
savoureux, to Ae savoury, <->!& j fitre 
fort, to Ae strong, ^yi . 

l. r 
4 J-* , t*' , 1° murmurer, bourdonner, 

to murmur, hum, o -hi <. ~f' ; 2° chan- 
ter, to sing, (^-) ^ j glorifier, to 
£tonXv, (U-) -^ ; 3° grogner (pore), 
to grunt (hog), gi . 

- I»9>> grillon, cricket, j^>^> . 

- |L?<oj hymnes, hymns, pjU ; chants, 

chansons, songs, tunes, JU-I ; J-iUI ; 
cris, cries, r-\j-t> . 

- | y o murmure, murmur, ^-J 1 ', chucho- 

tement, whispering, ~<^j^j J bour- 
donnement, humming, Zi-ii* J pepie- 
ment, chirping, ( _ r oJ ; chant, singing, 
>\z±- ; grognement, grunt, f-Li . 

- 2 j *) , c. J » »j 1° ei 2° ; pepier, chirp, 

,j-aJ j bercer en fredonnant, to rocA 
while crooning,Lx*> A*a* . - 2 J ul} p.; 
etre symbolise, to Ae symbolized, 

- (.i^ «im n. ag. ; caressant, caressing, JJ u * 



V 



.*l« r 



-ft^lytuo en caressant, by caressing, 

- Ijna: chant, singing, »b* . 
]ly%i rejeton, shoot, ?ji , 

V«>*j sorte de drachme, kind of drachma, 

Lyo Nazareth..., v. n. pr. 

- Uf\> nazareen, nazarean, ^j^J . 

- | La* £ o christianisme, christianism, 

(Lo) . 3 L«/ £couter attentivement, to 
/irten attentively to, l J^ t . 

1 Loj , Lcuj tf (&) , sacrifier, to sacrifice, 
j ( y*' . « 1 i*aiL/ s'appliquer a, to 
a/>/>^ oneself to, Jc ^iiSCt . 

- Loj enclin, adonne, enclined, addicted, 

i_iTU t JjL. ; ^. , expose a, exposed 
to) J* o*^ • 

- LvAj , /., pi. ILooj , brebis, jA«r/>, i»««u . 

» 2 i»aj faire une libation, to make a 
libation, (ii-jU) _ / J-l ^SL. *Ji j offrir 
en sacrifice, to <>$«■ as a sacrifice, 

- Lloai libation, libation,^^^ j*i- \ i_-5^». 

'aw j oaai , trouer, to bore, i_-aj ; creu- 
ser, to rfig, _^i»- • enfoncer, to ann* in, 
jj*l . ■ 1 iaa>L/ etre effemind, to be 
effeminate, <!.:£ . 

- |tv -i.ru sorte de carcan, kind of iron 

collar, J^MI ^ £ji , 

- [aai perforation, perforation, t-Jij J 

trou, Aofe, i^Sj . 

- |kaa.i 1° _ abs. |mi — femme, woman, 

Syi ; femelle, female, Ji I ; 2° ~abs. 
ooj _ adj., feminin, feminine, iLJj* . 

r * " 

- |Ln->ru genre feminin, feminine gender, 



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- \Jsa> feminin, feminine, do J* , 

- &*Lsaj au feminin, in <Ae feminine, 

- L.i^a.i effemine, effeminate, liobu . 

- ILouAai j - |Lo6w*aj , c. ILaaoj . 

- pfioAi ; - LtibA&i feminin, feminine, 

- ILaibAAj j - |La*JbOA> , c. ILa^ru . 

- Laa* poincon, bodkin, jJ£ ; chas, eye 

of needle, J/VI p^ ; » |b>aAM tran- 
chee, trench, Jx*. . 

- 2 ow trouer, to Aore, i_-5J J tatouer, to 

toftoo, -ij ; ronger, to gnaw, ^ jj 
J^t ; gram., mettre au feminin, to 
put in the feminine, iLJ Jil *JU- j «-^ j . 
- a ^lL/ A 



»/ trouer, to ior«, t_Ji? ; briser (le 
sceau), to break (the seal), l _ r a» . 

(aft<) . La^ m , ar. i^^li , chef, gouver- 
neur, chief, governor, $"\*- t ^^jj j . 

(*ai) ILvoai , pi. lltoai ;t lioar , point, 
point, Skij * instant, point of time, &i~ ; 
goutte, drop, Ijai ; pole, pole, <_Ja» . 
Rappr. 1 1&> . 

» 2 »ai celeiwer, to celebrate, (A.) iip . 

^•^•■* , «aj , pur, pure, ji J delicat, 
delicate, jJ j ; precieux, precious, ^ J 
l^ger (son), //gAi (sound), (o^^cJui*- . 

- (io»aj delicat, delicate, 3j^> . 

- k*|,A> purement, purely, »U^u , 

- ILotAJ purete, purity, ajlii . 

- 2 v aj nettoyer, to clean, <_ilii . - 2 ».swL/ />. 
I^oj pasteur, shepherd, f\j . 



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1 r 
WU , (ajw , piquer, to prick, jd- . 

- I1&&1 bee, beak, jUL. , 

- \\Jba. , et f ILksoj , point, /winf, SJaiiJ , 

- ifaai ou ifaaio bee, taai, jliu . 

- 2 »a» ponctuer, to punctuate, Uaij ^j ; 

frapper du bee, to peck, (.i.) J& ; 
donner des soufflets, to slap, <-?j** 

- toot p. p. ; tatoue, tattoed, J-j* , 

- ||ao> soufflet, slap, <li- . 

1, ^jaj , ^a&j , faire rouler en bas, to 
make roll down, jj*J& «1*»- ; rejeter, 
to throw aside, sj ; oter, to take away, 
tij ; nettoyer, to clean, (■«») ijaikj j 
aplanir, to smooth, (a.) <^- j detour - 
ner, to turn aside, A*A ; franchir (pont), 
to cross {bridge), (j-»-) A* • - x, %aiL//i. 

^ 1ft AJ j . I&^aoj , bMa; , vengeance, 

z>eng«ince,|»liJl |||fioa&> ooi* £tre puni, 
to be punished, >-i*y- . 

- 2 ?«ajL/ venger, to avenge, jlili -Ul ; 
^0 , se venger de, to be revenged on, 
^ j&\ j etre puni, to be punished, 

- iLiitaallVw vengeance, vengeance, AjoS . 

1 t<tAi couper, to ctrf, *** . 

- \ea£k> morceau, piece, -uk» . 
|_*ai caverne, cavern, <_i^5 . 

|6aai pierre precieuse, gem., j*_yr . 

1 t> 
AXEJ , Aaj , ^ } adherer a, se 

joindre a, suivre, to adhere to, join, 

follow, *j <. i J»»JI <■ rj> ; ^ , se 

soumettre, to submit to, *-J*>- ; s'unir a, 

to unite with, j J* 1 ! . - 1 <AajLJ etre 



attache, to be attached, (jJ || \&At il 
convient, it is suitable, jJL . 

• ISoaj n. ag. ; sectateur, partisan, vo- 

tary, partisan, ^Li- <. «jU . 

• \SiAi adhesion, adhesion, JL»jI ; union, 

union, i\^-\ ; frequentation, frequen- 
tation, iillj* j concubine, concubine, 
~*ij~> || \ka> j* mari, husband, rjj ', 
compagnon, companion, J-ij 5 fami- 
lier, familiar, ^Ij* . 

■ ^Saj adherent, adherent, ^j^* • 

. k*l&&j par suite, consequently, JUlj ; 
sans interruption, without interrup- 
tion, f-lkiil ^j . 

. 2 (AajL/ , ^ , s'unir a, rester avec, to 
unite HJt'/A, remain with, »» ^ 1 j o*:l . 

|°i.f>i qui adhere, uni, adhering, united, 
i>Cj> tj-ai« J qui suit, following, «jij ; 
^ , qui convient a, suitable for, 
J jJV J I t*j£p v&*&i pieux, pious, Jj . 

■ k*l&*AJ en consequence, accordingly, 



; en ordre, in order, |>U& . 

|L&&*aj coherence, union, adhesion, 
coherence, union, adhesion, s\&\ 1 f-~£ 
JUaJl j continuity, continuity, JUall • 
concordance, concordance, Silk, j 
gram., affixes, affixes, 



U 



I 



■ [ftati adhesion, union, adhesion, union, 

. 3 i2u>f attacher, unir, to fasten, unite, 
•*- t J^ j ; continuer (tr.), to ronft'- 
hu« (/r.), J* p jli ; s'adjoindre, to 
<w/;'oin to oneself, <oli J I *-i J com- 
mencer, to ie^w, '.£»l . 

|6>^a/ genre de chants, kind of songs, 



U» *A» 



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-l-Uull p. 



creuser, to hollow, jh- 



- |**a> auge, trough, O^r . 

- |iA&; trou, Aofe, j-jS ; bloc, block, 

- IJju incision, tncuion, J*,- • caverne, 

caw, i-AjT . 

- |*aa« «/ tL*a» puits, well, ju . 

- Ivam bee, beak, jLL. j marteau, ham- 

mer, iJ^L. . 

- |y&ato bee, foa£, jUL. . 

1ȣj*;aj , vSMpoj.xvT8ia, necromancie, 
necromancy, J^ll »t*oiJ . 



, i*aai , frapper, to knock, <-Jj~* \ 
fixer, etablir, placer, to fix, set up, place, 
*J> j i|-lit t(A.) tr _iij pousser, to push, 
rii ; jouer (d'un instrument), to play 
{an instrument), j J»^e ; jouer de la 
cithare, to play the cithara,~°j\ZJdV> J>>; 
^ , assieger, to besiege, j~*{>- ', ?*»> , 
combattre, to combat, ujU j retentir 
(tambourin, etc.), to be struck (tambou- 
rine, elcj^^tyo, . m 1 uittjL//>.; etre 
ballotte, to be tossed about, >*l || i*oj 
(A3 applaudir, to applaud, (<i.) Jl*» 
|[ (.j^ood i*oj faire publier un ordre, 
to make proclaim an order, 1^.1 f-jil 
j | (aS t*aj donner un soufflet, to give 
a slap, -uxj *-j jJ> || fa^A uum faire la 
guerre, to mofo war, «_j jU- . 

- (*&&> musicien, musician, i j^-y <■ jVI J 

instrument de musique, musical ins- 
trument, IJL^j* ill ; pilon, pestle, j-i* ; 
simandre, (sorte de gong), kind of 
S on S> o"-^ \ plectre, plectrum, v^r^* j 
douleur, mal, pain, ache, »■_> t Jl . 

- [*oj frappement, knocking, v^r* j 

action de jouer de la cithare, playing 
a cithara, SjliJUljJsje J tremblement, 



trembling, <J»Lf jl ; bruit, nowe, ^ >s 



* r * 



|| (As i*ai applaudissements, a/>- 
plause, J. j^a* [| (*.} oai mal de tete, 
headache, ^ij «>-j j humiliation, 
humiliation, JVii ; refus, refusal, ^j . 

- |b*A> syllabe, syllable, .Jal. J voyelle, 

vowel, iJj-^ <_»_/»-. 

- 2 uai frapper, to knock, <_> _,»» . 

- Uoa.i coup, AnocA;, *j _,»* ; investiga- 

tion, investigation, £*£■ . 

I^fj hache, axe,^ ; hoyau, mattock, ji^ . 

v® »P , t"? ; ' ' u »®?»^ j P l - **}£ j v «p^o?, 

nard, nard, {j*J . 

'iy'l , unj>j(j , ffc., VapXl(7(70?, bot., 

narcisse, narcissus, tr *- j- . 
fc , ,~<iLl^ , etc., /., vxo8y]$, nar- 
thex, narthex, Jj^JU j >!».>) ( _ r -5o j 
i-i^SOl ) . 



1 »- 



r* *> 



y ujj «/ i*o4j 5 etre affaibli, relache, 
adouci, to 6e weakened, loosened, softe- 
ned, oV ' jjj^j' ' <-i*^ . 
2 u**jL/ etre affaibli, to be weakened, 



- («**; faible, weak, • J . a . * ^ . 

- 6-lL-»i languissamment, languidly, 

- |L&iLaj faiblesse, weakness, ■Ja*~* . 

- 3 i*>/ aifaiblir, to weaken, >Jt*J>\ * etre 
affaibli, to fc weakened, 



A*J , (Ii , oublier, to forget, ^J . 

- (iU ; -|LojUiiIS» oubli, forgetting, 

oL-i . 

- 2 4*Ii faire oublier, to make forget, ^^ . 

- 2 **a>L/ oublier, to forget, ^ . 

- (liar oubli, forgetting, oL-3 . 
- 3 i-I/ , c. 2 ia*j ; seduire, to seduce,,sy\ . 



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>.Lo — - |m 



1\ 7\ 



femmes, women, »LJ [pour sing., v. 
|L6ii/) || l*Zla o& Low il 1'avait epou- 
see, he had married her, 1$^- j j" Ji o^S" . 

- |6> i in » » femmelettes, weak women, »LJ 

- |lkj de femme, womanly, jLJ . 
Uj , ^oar |i»/ , homme... 

1 r 
* "^ ^ * , »a»j , souffler, to blow, wJ* ; 

s'enorgueillir, to grow proud, j&3 . 

- 1 vii*jL/ etre agite par le vent, to be 

shaken by the wind, —>J\ o^-* II «-*-« 

k*lo*^ etre inspire de Dieu, to be 

inspired by God, Zi\ ,y < j~j\ . 

- \au souffle, blowing, breath, «-»_*?* • 

- ^ai id. ; tempete, storm, ii^U . 

- |b-a*j tourbillon, whirlwind, *x> jj . 

- \ix**» souffle, breath, ~J t v_*r* 5 vent, 

- 2 oukj souffler, to blow, ^_-* . 

- 3 iA*? faire souffler, to make blow,<- r *\ . 
ta*j filet, .rnajr, nef, iSli t *•« . 

(i^») . t^*j obscurci, obscured, ILL. . 
V* 1 > l 4>**' j Scorcher, to jfo'n, «i- . 

- |£*j ^corchement, skinning, «i- . 

1^*J , »a*> ei >ea^ij , respirer, to 
breathe, Q-kJ ; souffler (vent), to itou; 
(wind), (?«ij) iI-t* J is , reprimander, 
to reprimand, (a.) i_JI . 

- |>o*> souffle, breath, *ij j esprit, 

- |&a&: j , aij. po«j } «/. ; ame, soul, ^Ju . 

— 4^- "toou , v ooiC^ajj , etc. || |^a 
|taA*i Lo*a» unanimement, unani- 
mously, pb-^L . 

- [fr.iocioft narines, nostrils, _r«^L. . 



(a*j) . (A*j et (a*ai serpent, jnaAe, IL*. . 

- l£*jj propre, pur, clean, pure,j> i i_Vhj ; 

.rai^., fleur de forine, fine flour, Ju**. 

m 1 i&Ll/ etre nettoy£, to fo cleaned, Jab:", 

- 2 Aaj rendre clair, to mafc <r/far, Jjj . 

- ^A*jL/ , c. 1 ia*jL/ II ^.a* Ajj oter 

entierement, to tafe azray wholly, 

k ^ AJ , <xa»i , baiser, to Aiyj, JJ . 

- |bka&a- et lkn*ai baiser, Ariyi, JL» . 
- 3 .ttA) baiser, to Ariss, (a.) Jj . 

- l&ko) baisement, kissing, J^a." . 
|»*j aigle, ^a^/e, ^,-J . 

- IVooj faite, top, <i . 

1 i^^» causer un domrhage a, to A«r/, j jJ>\. 

1 * " 

^^ j /"^w, il donnera, he will give, 
(jUw* , etc., v. sens de <-»o»I . 

- D&M don, gift, 4j* |[ |^.f ^&£ reddi- 

tion, surrender, ij || IJbJso |aa>i 
commerce, commerce, t\lae-j JU-I . 

^■*N— ' , *►&> , tirer, to draw, ^sa • 
retirer, to withdraw, 9 > ; — intr., 
trebucher (balance), descendre, tom- 
ber, to turn (balance), to descend, fall, 

£»j ' J > t (^'^) ^"J J ^tre plus 
lourd, to outweigh, ~$ju jli ; Jb } 1'em- 
porter sur, to prevail over, i_i£ . 

- |Lax.ki traction, traction, ^^ . 

- (-xDki trebuchement (de la balance), 

turning (of the scale), jU»>- j . 
■a^m&i oter, to te«e away, 9 y . 

- 2 <».kjL/ />. ; etre alourdi, to ie made 
heavy, ^Uj jlijl , 

- |-^Lat attrait, inclination, attraction, 

inclination, J-# t ^X r ; abondance, 
plenty, Ijj . 



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»SlS«-* , iSofco j tirer, attirer, entrainer, 
to draw, attract, draw along,<-jJc*- 1 l i_-^ ; 
oter, to take away, 9j . - 1 *3fc.iL/ p. 
\\<nl&> \k*Lt d^courage, discouraged, 

- (So Co attractif, attractive, v^V • 

- |Lai.bo distraction, inattention, 



- \kbo decouragement, discouragement, 

m a iSfio attirer, to attract, i_jA>- ; arra- 
chcr, to pluck out, <_ia , torturer, 
to torture, (-i*)^ . - 2 3bjL/^. ; £tre 
tirailld, to be pulled about, f >il . 

- ^SLftJ 1° attraction, attraction, v'^r' J 

2° distraction, abstraction,£~lZs i J-<»i. 
-ILolscJfcji iW. 2°. 

J.V— ' , jbo , tomber, to /a//, >al ; se 
desagrdger, to disintegrate, J*il ; — /r., 
jeter a bas, to /Atom; down, JaU . 

- vjCo tombd, fallen, jci* . 

- f ykj decomposition, decomposition, i Li j 

chose tomWe, parcelle, /a/ten /Ai'ng, 



particle, Ijl^o 4*LS c jlii ; anatheme, 
anathema, j»J || |6-fj IJfiu , Ao/., 
chardon, thistle, <-jIjoJI fJj^ . 

- poJfc.» parcelles tomWes, fallen par- 

ticles, j\is . 

- |j6o chute, falling off, _/bJ ; decom- 

position, decomposition, J"5^i „ 
- 3 »LJ faire tomber, secouer, to make 
drop, shake, jj* <. jo . 
|j6o , mt/i., nitre, nitre, Ojjaj . 

1 *T 
tA,A«J , uoki , 1° d£chirer, to tear, 

(^.) Jj* ; 2° arracher, to />/«cA oid, 

^J£J ; 3° extraire, to extract, J& ; 

4° mordre, to ir'te, ,ji^ ; 5° diminuer, 

to reduce, j-ajul . • 1 i*fioL/ ^. 

- |*ki d^chirement, tearing, JiJ-f J 

arrachement, plucking out, .Jo . 

- 2 ».k6o mettre en pieces, to tear in pieces, 

\kijs 3y. ; c. 1 t*L 2° et 3°. 

- l*La' , c. l*fiu * extrait, extract, »-u 

II lUoa u.Loi detraction, detraction, 

* y " ■ ' . 




t*. 60, 60, \ . ; L» 600, 600, -\ . . . 

\i[L _ aZ>j. Itl^» , or. |^i _ pi. ^JL\L et 
^-.(—.oo , or. !—»(.«• , _ ("duel, dual num- 
ber, ^J ^-»L)jL __ heb., cap., seah, bois- 
seau, seah, bushel, -l. . 

0,«D , ^|iu , vieillir, to grow old, j-U 
||o{L &i>^ id. 

- 3 ^M «^- 

p»|^ argent (metal), silver, <J* . 

V U» , yjiaj , chausser (quelqu'un), to 
supply with shoes, l-U- j se chausser, etre 
chausse, to />wi on, wear jAom, ^Jba-i . 
- Jio^j» j - [i[tox> ou [laue chaussure, 

Soulier, footwear, shoe, »lJb- . 
-"^fc^f etre mis (soulier), to o« worn 
(shoe), (.l-U.st) ^JU- . 

[=>j» vieillard..., ». >->-— , 

lov^fift ; a |LootA£» ressemblance, /ife- 



- lotAooM , ovafiue , semblable, like, ^i> . 

* 4 r 

- ILoo^mao ressemblance, likeness, 4-1 J 

imitation, imitation, *\x£\ . 

1 r 
«* ^>it> , ^x*j £/ ya^au , ia , adherer 

a, to adhere to, j i__ij* ; rester fixe, to 

stick, .__lljl ; va , »»• s approcher de, 

to approach, J* ^-jj£\ \ ramper, to crawl, 

lJu-J ; ^ , La^> , faire effort vers, 

s'appliquer a, to make an effort towards, 

apply oneself to, Jp ._5ol t Jl X^*-\ • 

d., ta , ^ , se jeter sur, to rush on, 

Jf lJjJ ea , prendre a (feu), to 6rea£ 

ou( <z( (fire), (jli) j ,_J. ; V , se 

coucher sur, to /re i/oui» on, Jp /»U • 

se mettre a, to begin, \->cl>\ . 

_ i ^ . -^rw adherent, adherent, ^_~iU . 

- 2 i^i 1° fixer, to fix, (a.) cJ ; 
2° adherer, to adhere, i_.'J . 

- 3 yxa»; faire adherer, fixer, to wwAre 



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* i j^aJI j s'effor- 



; ^ , attaquer, 



adhere, fix, (»i*) «: 

cer, to strive, ^ 

opprimer, to attack, oppress, Jp >»» 

Jp jU- j exciter, to excite, <L*- . 

[j <aan-tt\ i.im/ s'efforcer de mon- 

ter, to endeavour to go up,-Xj^ajo\ J^-=r'. 



^£*> 



, , porter, to bear, j*- ; 
recevoir, emporter, to receive, carry 
away, j »_-*i 4 i»-l ; supporter, to 
ju#>r, J^J . - 1 *£&••? p. 

- Ucl^o, porteur, carrier, J*l»- . 

- ILq^smb support, support, J£»-1 . 

- p&Sikao presents nuptiaux, wedding 

gifts, i*-ljj UJ* . 

- 11am action de porter, carrying, jjt- . 

- |A&3ia endurance, support, bearing, 

- 2 ^a«B supporter, assumer, to fear, 
assume, > iJiISsj t J»^»-l ; gratifier de 
present nuptiaux, to bestow wedding 
gifts upon, Jc <^-ljj Ijl-y ^1 ; 
demander en mariage, to ask to 
marry, r[jjll ylk . - 8 ^>3k*»/ rece- 
voir des presents nuptiaux, to receive 

wedding gifts, *~r\jj Lj_ l-A* lS 2Ij . 

* * * .11 

- lkn» porteur, earner, J*l*. . 

- 3, ^iu»/ , 2 d., imposer a, to impose on, 
(<i.) J*- . - 3 ^moLL; supporter, to 

|6\au» , pi. |6\^s» ? escalier, echelle, 
staircase, ladder, L> c ^j* ; genre de 
cantiques, fa'nrf of songs, JL-U'if I j* fry . 

1 ^ 
> fY>^ fT» multiplier, multiply (tr.), 

(*L.) jo j se presser, abonder, to 

^r«j (intr.), abound, jO c _r!5o j| oaa 

Um emplir entierement, to ^// entirely, 

Clc" ^. 



- |n^« resserre^ narrow, -rf \ dense, 

epais, dense, thick, >iLc 1 .Ji^iT • 
populeux, crowded, J»T . 

- D^sa^^ souvent, often, 1 jl^. . 

- |Limyi.~>i« foule, crowd, *j- ; densite, 

epaisseur, density, thickness j£ \f 1 iiliT 
|| oBB.->wia d'une facon continue, 
assiduously, p-Uaiil ">Ij . 

im^wiw , cto., (7s(3aT"6s, Auguste, em- 
pereur, August, emperor, j jl»l_^.l 4 J^. . 

>&2lX0 } «3M , etre rassasie^ to k/« 
on«'j ///, «~S . - 1 mo6j»/ etre pris en 
degout, to become an object of dislike, 

- 1 >ini , «aa , rassasie, full, uL-_i . 

- ftn| ^->m jusqu'a satiete, to satiety, 

satidte, satiety, «~i . 

- t-*aa» £rf. ; abondance, plenty, «^i j . 

- |e>\->nmo satiate, satiety, *~i . 

- 2 <&aj» ? 2 </., rassasier de, to jate kij/IA, 

a* /*r*' • ■* «»&■»/ ^. 

- \ \.-\m rassasie, full, uU^-i . 

- |_vaaaa , lit., Complies, Compline, 

- p^a&fiuo |j ac insatiable, insatiable. 

•jLS ^ ; dont on ne peut se rassa- 
sier, of which one cannot be satiated, 

41* «-^J V . 



1! * r 



, penser, to think, jk J 
esperer, to hope, J* I J attendre, to wait 
for, Jk$\ . - 1 ^a6>*»//>. ; paraitre, to 
j«m, ^ . 

;.->«> pense, dit, prdtendu, thought, 
said, supposed, rj*y> <■ <> ^-^ 4 bj&* j 
soupconn^, suspected, ^ j habile, 
skilful, jCfi- . 



219 

- ILo*^a» opinion, opinion, ^tj • illusion, 

illusion, fj ; imagination, imagina- 
tion, J Li- . 

* r r 

- Ita— , i=>*» , esperance, hope, JJ ; 

attente, expectation, jlkjl 11 f ;-w~ ,^v 
donner ou rendre l'esp£rance, to give 
or to restore hope, >\*-J\ aUI j\ J*»- . 

- |Ui» opinion, opinion, ^lj 5 soupcon, 

suspicion, 5*^- . 

- ^=« , d., cs , espe>er, to Ao^e, j J- 1 ; 
penser, to think, £&\ . 

- 3 ta-f esperer, to &>/*, JJ ■ f a i re 
esperer, to wiafc hope, J- J, 4-*. ; 
attendre, to wait for, J&\ • penser, 
to £Air£, jlSiil j donner a croire, to 
maAe /A:'nA, jUII L- J^l ; soupcon- 
ner, to suspect, *^\ . 

\i *: r ■ • t 

- ILoivacoio opinion, opinion, ^Ij ; soup- 

con, suspicion, i^T • suffisance, «//"- 
conceit, At.s\ , 

ii* ^ 

Jl.*"t Pf> } L^a» , />/. |L^a» , nouvelle, 

fufingj, U ; evangile, gospel, J.*: I jj ». 
n. />r. 

-"•^ut, annoncer, to announce, jvt-\ ; 
precher, to />r<?<wA, Jit j ; evangeliser, 
to evangelize, (^.) ^ . . a {.»£«■/ /,. ; 
recevoir une nouvelle, to receive a 
news, (<) ^c! . 

- |ilaMW messager, messenger, J^-j ; 

prddicateur de l'fivangile, preacher 
of the Gospel, Jjtyl >S*- . 

- ItAoaa annonce, announcement, »jLij ; 

o. n. /»r. ; avent, advent, *j£ . 
- r *a**» , pai'el, qqf. &J* , /kihjW, 
supporter, soutenir, to £<?ar, support, 
,J~=»-t t ^-U ; 2 d., remettre a, to 
rCTm'/ to, £.L j se contenir, to restrain 
oneself, ilie ; ^i , se passer de, to 



^f-^» 

do without, & Jax-I . - r •i.g^* ^, . 
r. ; se nourrir, to feed, ^JLo . 

- ILoi»a^uo patience, support, patience, 

bearing, JL\-1 4 j^, • continence, 
abstinence, continence, abstinence, Jl* _>" 
ilL-l . 

- lU. -ww nourriture, /oorf, »IJU . 

- |j ^ . Nm- o j| m U intolerable, intole- 

rable, J^rf JH* . 

i. >^^X> e / 1 i* < ^» etre nombreux, 
abonder, to ie numerous, abound, J&~ 
J j ; augmenter (intr.), to increase 
(intr.), i\ ijl ; prospfrer, to prosper, «c . 

- Ik^«^ , conj*. L(^^ , multitude, 

multitude, '*]& ; le plus grand nom- 
bre, the most, ^fVl ; aac. 1° (souv. 
employ^ pour l'adj., often substituted 
for the adj., C-JI J* fjl^ J,, v.,..) 
beaucoup, mucA, 1^^ ( ex . \^"L 
lk^*«» de nombreux jardins, many 
gardens, Ij^JuLS) • 2° longtemps, 
a /ong time, %Jb liUj || l^a^s^ ^ 
le plus souvent, mojffj», jl^.^1 cjicl j . 
- 2 **^f* augmenter (tr.), to augment 
(tr,), >\j 

- Ik^» j /• ILk^» , emph., nombreux, 

grand, abondant, numerous, great, 
abundant, J\j c jS <. _^f • = adv. 
(rar.) tres, very, much, U»- ( ex. ]H 
IKqj» il est fort attrist^, he is very 
saddened, fa»- ^ j- -u I ) ; — est i*^» , 

pt^C^,'fL^ iP i.iC^, 

abondant en, abundant in, Ji jcS~ 
(nombreux noms composes, many 
compound nouns, Ijii^ '*■?>>* »LH ex. 
ILS»oj ia^6 multiforme, multiform, 

??/ Ljl^ (/.), ^-, 1° tres, beau- 
coup, trop, very, very much, too, too 

much, Ai-\ Jji i fjAiT i Ta.- («. i*^i 



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ILaa't beaucoup d'affaires, many 
things, JUi^l j, J&) ; 2° (souvent 
employe - pour l'adj., often substituted 
for the adj., c^JI J* J^-l >So , 
g*. i*^a pii de nombreux poissons, 
ma«)>^A*j,3j2iS'iJljc"l) II ^o u^»plus 
que, plus nombreux, etc., que, more 
than, more numerous, etc., than, ^> jo I 
^ ii\ IaAc j£\ II u^ *i> tout au 
plus, af the utmost, jo M! Jt j bien 
que, though, <i)l « || ;_»Dsj u^i a 
plus forte raison, much more, cSjJ-L; 
|| t v °^^> k*«^» assez pour vous de..., 
enough for you that..., ... jl JTUS . 

- |Lo^j» multitude, multitude, sjo ; 

gram., pluriel, plural, *> jj Lo^^b 
Idvk polyth&sme, polytheism ,ii"if I^juJ 

- l'l*s^f> pluriel, plural, ^ . 

- ^il^» «fc., irf. ; nombreux, numerous, 

- &4u^m au pluriel, in the plural, ^^{i , 
m 3 1*^»/ augmenter, to increase, i I J ; 

multiplier, to multiply, (a.) jo ; 
rassasier, to satiate, *J.\ J aider, to 
AW£, 4tL» ; aw*. (= a<ft»., beaucoup, 
mueA, 1 ^rviS' , e*. ?a- j l -»^»»? il aima 
beaucoup, A* fowrf mucA, irjiT*--*-! ) , 

( k^» ) • |B-s4.ft^» suglto ( sorte 
d'hymne), suglto [kind of hymn), 

- 2 us^ ; - 3 u.^«/ chanter, to sing, 
(**) isP • 

*^5** 4 , se prosterner, s'incliner, to 
prostrate oneself, bow down, ^\ i j>- \ 
adorer, to worship, X£ • saluer, to 
iom (to), J* (.A*) ^L . - 1 j^&m/ />. 

- I»<k^» adorateur, worshipper, a>-L . 



ii, 



v*^* /». p. ; l^j— v6n£rable, wtw- 
rable, JJU- || o^ »*>^» qu'il soit 
adore" ! may he be worshipped ! 

|L*^m adoration, worship, syf ; objet 
d 'adoration, object of adoration, L. 
<d j»_j || IL^q— k*» temple, 6glise, 
temple, church, i-jp t J^~* . 

|»^auo 1° adoration, worship, ij& ] 
2°, ar. -L»«™. , mosqude, mosque ; f. 
|L*^ao*> id. 2°. 



2 * H > 



e. 1 j^6-./ . 



- 3 *<^b/ faire adorer, to make worship, 

q-»« „i 4L>>- . 

(Ja^» grappe de raisin, bunch of grapes, 
t «« '-^-» , ffiyjVift, lances, lances, ^>\j>- . 

rescrit imperial, imperial rescript, i*\j 

LJUJL. 

(^^») . la-4« afflig£, a#«terf, 
i__tS' J impotent, impotent, j>-\* . 

- |Laa*^B dommage, damage, ^M . 

- ^lA^aia «/. ; perdition, perdition, iJ^U . 

- 2 A^n> nuire a, to tn/utv, j _/-»! . 

- 2 A^e^/ subir un dommage, to 
be injured, ^ilJ . 

- [la^-rnw nuisible, harmful, '*y> . 

1 ! r ^i> , ja^f^ j fermer, to c/ok, J**- ; 
enfermer, to jAu/ a/», j***- \ interdire, 
empecher, to forbid, hinder, «i» c ^-j^»- . 

- I^X a*o collier, collar, &Jo . 

\l^L , ^» , pluie, rain, J*. . 

i. Its* entraves, stocks, Jit . 

ii. \la> , long, (cent pas, hundred steps, 

«_jL^ Si») 
[joC^ , (Tiv^wv, linge, /inen, Jj-L* . 
^L«m chene, oaA, ub-U^- . 



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— ^*- 



ii^L , tfxvoaXtov, sandale, sandal, J«i . 
(?•♦*•) . ^o,« Sodome..., v. n. pr. 

- |Ihiw ( bi> sodomie, sodomy, i^j-iL . 
\>*ta enclume, anvil, o\x~* . 

1 y 
^**CQ j 5 dechirer, diviser, separer, 

to tear, divide, separate, J-as 4 j-i c j_)* ; 

se separer, to />ar/, J-aiJt ; se fendre, 

to craci, jiJl . - ^.ojfcua/ p. ; r. ; etre 

trace (sillon), to 6* fra<r«f (furrow), 

- |oo»o fauteur de schisme, abettor of 

schism, jllijl Jc ^ ^ . 

* • ' * 

i! * * • • • • -i- -i 

- |Laa*»*o scission, scission, jUAji . 

II £&*. Loa**a* dissension, dissension, 

- lo*a» dechirure, schisme, tear, schism, 

<jLil c (j^»- • morceau, piece, 4*L» j 
|^o»a» ruines, rums, *->\j>- • 

- l*oO)X> schisme, schism, JULiJl . 

- ^o«x*m faction, faction, *-?}>■ . 

- 2 u»v*» dechirer, to fear, 3j» ; separer, 
to separate, J-a« ; former une secte, 

to form a sect, *AJ!J . ■ 2 u»j6j»/ /i. 

* * * - 

- |a;ox» dechirure, tearing, jj Jj: ; 

schisme, schism, jliiil . 

9^-00 , to*** 1 , disposer, ordonner, 
arranger, to dispose, order, arrange, 
(a*) t-J j t. (-i*) Jii t ij!-^ j exposer, 
to expose, ^Z j* j enumerer, to enume- 
rate, a* ; ordonner (des pretres), to 
ordain, (i^T) ^ _, . . l fits*,} p. • r . 

- Mt-*7«» avec ordre, orderly, flkj . 

- ILo^^xd ordre, ora^r, pUAj ; disposition, 

disposition, i— jj./ . 

" '»»■• j >♦*■ » s^rie, linge, rang, jwki, 



/is*, ro«£, (_i»» t J»^ t j_j j ligne 
de bataille, line of battle, iS^JLI 1^ • 
sedro (hymne), sedro (hymn), jjX* 
(Sjjiil) ; rideau, curtain, *->\*»- . 

****** _*■* 

|^aa> suaire, linge, shroud, linen, jii 
<->j5 J echarpe, scarf, ^Li j ; turban, 
turban, <.!> . 

l * 
lOt-CO , , temoigner, to testify, x£ . 

-■■^oikaa/ />. ; etre interroge, to £« 

interrogated,- (^) JJL— . 

- Ij&yta , /. |L)o>o> , temoin, witness, a* Li ; 

martyr, mar/jr, -u^i || ]*&a, n--* 
martyrium, chapel of a martyr, i-^T 

- ILojovob />/. |Lo»o>a» W |Lo«ou» , 

temoignage, witness, ol$-i jjmartyre, 
martyrdom, jL^JUL-I || ILoJovi b^a , <?: 

- |.tm> de martyr, of martyr, ^-Ufi . 

- Mjou» en martyr, as a martyr, a^Ji.. 

- v*ow» />. p. ; connu, known, <Jt jj»* . 

■ >©♦*• temoigner, to testify, X$Z ; 
prendre a temoin, to call to witness, 
j a^, n , 7 .^l j adjurer, to aaj«r^,4ui--lj jr »l; 
^e , mettre en garde contre, to caa- 
iw« against, j* (-i.) jJu. . - 2 >«L»/ 
subir le martyre, to suffer martyrdom, 



- 3 »ww»? temoigner, to testify, X$Z ; c. 

'a r r ; 
^ >©»**•/ . 

/^Ot-fiO , iovao , m. rf/., lune, moon, j> 
1 1 lyotBBt* (jour) de pleine lune, (</ay) 
o/~/a// wwon, jOj (^^j) . 

- Wy<y** lunaire, lunar, ^ Jt . 

- Mt<»«» croissants, crescents, 1*1*1 . 

- («jjov» lunaire, lunar, <j Ji ; semblable 

a la lune, moonlike, j*aJIj -i-J; . 
- v joi6na» lunatique, lunatic, fjj~<** . 



3an> 



222 



y}C\ m) . \Lat desireux, desirous, ^Ij . 
■ 'uo^I desirer, to desire, u*j . 

- |La*a» desir, desire, 4-i-j . 

- 3 ua»/ rendre desireux, to make desi- 
rous, (a.) uij . 

(| mb) . |Lo» , pi. I La*. , holocauste, 
holocaust, ~**j£- ', odeur de chair consu- 
mee, odour of consumed flesh, *\jil\ i^tj . 

(o^) . 2 ia*» souiller, to soil, jJJ ; 
declarer impur, to proclaim impure, 
L>i -dUi ; repudier, to repudiate, ij* . 
- 2 ialfcx»/ p. ; r. 

- (La^tMM souillure, stain, jJu ; objet 

d'horreur, object of horror, oj^S^.*^ . 
_ L&ian souillure, stain, jJi ', profana- 
tion, profanation, ^-ji-G . 
ui|3t« , turc, chef, chief, AjIJ . 

(Uao> , 1° aU;j.fio7.^, festin, feast, iJj ; 
2° ffliixfiOAaj part, sort, share, lot, 

j0> t !*»»- II ILaaas &»S ttf. 1°. 



V^£D , t^ami , enclore, to enclose, ^-> 
enfermer, to shut in, J=>U-I t j^- 
obstruer, barrer, to obstruct, bar, A- 
empecher, to hinder, »~. ; reparer, to 
repair, ^^A . - ' l^aaLL/ />. 

- L^a> cloture, enclosure, ■A?- \ limite, 

bound, -U- ; rafle, grape-stalk, Ji ^ZJ- . 
- |6>^» clos, close, r-L-* j couvent, 
convent, js J camp, camp, ^S— « 
|j 1^"-— 6u^ haies, hedges, oU-L^ . 

- 3 ^w»f fermer, to jAa/, jUI ; reparer, 

to repair, jJL^I . 

If an parole, entretien, speech, conversation, 
CjA»- 4 p^T J langue, tongue, iiJ ; 
enonciation, enunciation, juo . 
• 2 yo&j»f parler, to speak, iSo . 



- lyoaaa langage, language, jk- . 
- 3 »aa»LL/ £tre dit, to be said, JJ . 

If a^ et l*ao> , cap., mesure, measure, x> . 

1 r 
w*&£9 } , se precipiter, to rush, «i.ui 

jjLJ J desirer, to desire, jU ; bien 

accueillir, to receive well, jAAi Jjix-I j 

ks se complaire dans, to 4e ifWZ 

pleased in, j (jf ) j-- . 

- L~oa> invasion, invasion, » jU . 
> 2 u.aaJ- 2 u- ot^»/ desirer, to desire, JU . 

- &*llaauo volontiers, willingly, J»\>- i—lu 



- |La_a«uo desir, e&ftre, J^ . 

- L^am avide, eagffr, »J» . 

- I La iita desir, desire, 3jZ- . 

- L1oo<b empressement, eagerness, »j^L. j 

desir, diwire, j^i ; joie, j'<y>, ^J ; 
exhortation, exhortation, ,j*ij£- • 

L V 9 
SJS-CD , i^assj } etre brul£, consume, 

to A« Aurnf, consumed, (^) ,y c J j«-l . 

- 2 i§I^ bruler, to iurn up, Hj>-\ . 

- 2 ^k»? p. 

- \§*\-L brule, 6«rn/, J J^- . 

1 * 
■ > fT> , y»i , etre hni, to if ended, ^3^ . 

- \k^> , yM , fin, terme, *nrf, /ctot, ilf 

iU j somme, J«m, «b~ ; arf»., tout a 
fait, absolument, entirely, absolutely, 
Uik. c ULr || i^m )} en aucune facon, 
jamais, by no means, never, t>L^I ... "il 
1.0 1 ||>-^» 0» illimite, unlimited, ji 
jjJbt || [iu»o et ccetera, et cmtera, Jl 
»^l || ovi"L3 1° entierement, enti- 
rely, '5U15' j 2° en gros. en general, 
upon the whole, generally, Jl^L || ^e 
«Oj» id. 1° || Laota , |&aBAf ij../ en 
resum^, brievement, on the whole, 



223 



MAM 



briefly, I jLcl 4 TjUc,-! j| ^ji ^ £s 
nous tous, all of us, U~>- jf- 1 1 i^x» 
^ « •>«» entierement, entirely, Lie 
[| ^^.f p. nn> extreme, extreme, 
b jju ; excessif, excessive, -ii-l jJli . 

- (jaob universel, universal, «*U- . 

- 2 y^» limiter, d^finir, to /imt'/, d^fK, 

iO*. ; finir, to finish, J . - 2 yIL*»J /». 

_ j^i^^M de facpn finie, on a finite way, 

*j*£ 9£j ; inclusivement, inclusi- 

vely,^i-\i ; brievement, briefly, ljL£l . 

* a r 

- |L&a*aaM limite, bound, Jb- j nature 



finie, finite nature, ojA*i 

- l&**ea conclusion, conclusion, y^ j| ^J 

p^om^t pour parler brievement, in 

a few words, I jltfl . 
_ pLA.«b>aaae || mU lnfim, infinite, ij*£ j£- . 
-iLai^.Nmio attente, waiting, jlkxi! j| jj 
m infinite, infinity, *A^ V . 

POOD _ £l |kS*aa , /)/. p&m et |&Aa» — 

branche, branch, j-oi. . 
lis&aa gouvernail, rudder, ( v^lA') *" • 
Uaea , c. Uaa^A , sibylle... 

iJ>(ja^ *?fc., /iZ. u» r ' ) (TuXXa^iQ, syllabe, 
syllable, «Li. . 

(iJJoxb scorie..., v. IW . 

v lg\oa* , ar. uUsLi , sultan, .ru/ton. 

- |Loig\uB royaume, kingdom, *xJj . 

- |i i^\nnn , ar. JJUaJL , mo«., sultani, 

sultany. 

li^&aa scorie..., 0. 1 |JM . 

\ 9 
1Q.CD (R. «*«») , y^L, , placer, 6tablir, 

to place, set up, *l»l 4 .-Jj ; presenter, 

offrir, to present, offer, fUS ; remettre, 

to deliver, (.i.) JL ; deposer, to /w/ 

down, St*- ; enterrer, to fiury, j».i ; 

imposer (un nom, un ordre), to impose 



(a name, a command), j *^li t *Ui • 
affirmer, to a^irm, (.i.) aTl j supposer, 
to suppose, ,j*jis\ ; citer, to yuote, jjjl ; 
composer, £crire, to compose, write, 
t-J3 t (.i.) Jl ; projeter, decider, to 
intend, decide, jji <. Jp *_^ j observer, 
to observe, Ji»-V ; ^1 , comprendre, 
to understand, ^i ; ^i , jLa ? tendre 
un piege a, attaquer, se mettre a, to 
set a trap for, attack, begin, S-lSC ■_■ .-v 
►luil t j~1» ; 1^./ 5 tenir pour, to fooi 
a/wn <w..., tj—i-l . - x >4^LL;/i. ; r. ; 
^»> , complotcr contre, to ^to/ against, 
Jt j-U ; attaquer, to attack, /rl* [[ >*« 
^ 1^*/ ordonner, sacrer, to ordain, 
consecrate, **j\\ C 9 / >«— se diriger, to 
tarn, <ts£! j se decider, to decide, pjc 
|| pjai ^oxa ftechir les genoux, to iCTia* 
the knees, b>- || |^. t oC^a>\ ; (u M« 
^doi^a ( ^ c p^, , remarquer, to 
remark, ii#-V || o^ >a^ t cnla'i y*^ 
decider, to decide, jji ||o>a*a*^a ^m 
ovu^^a t oi>°>i-% id. ; penser, juger, to 
think, judge, ^lj t ,jk || oviLa y>jL 
graver dans son esprit, r^ftechir a, to 
impress upon one's mind, revolve, j j^-j! 
j j±Ju <. Obj || Jjftla >«^ faire un 
traits, to make a treaty, \x$c Xkc- \\ ?oe« 
|1<v3 proposer, to set over, dj 1 ^U 
|j v££L. |liv^ >«*« exposer sa vie pour, 
to imperil one's life for, ... J^-^ «— ii> ^U- 
j| ...iup >a*o punir, to punish, -a~«»l3 
j| ^oo oX-t ^Ai y.vt. n> ^ ik ue nous 
tiennent pas en grande estime, they do 
not esteem us highly, \ji£ UJ jj-aIj V . 
■ ji^.joa n. ag. ; auteur, author, iJJ y> ; 

l^gislateur, legislator, 9 jU ; ordon- 

nateur, manager, Jii* . 
. |La»a-aa composition, composition,J*J LJ 

jj |l»ia L&»a~o> adoption, adoption,^ 

jj |C\m Lubcum style, j(y/e, »LdJl . 



224 



p. p. ; se trouvant, dtant, being 
present, being, sjry ' constant, stable, 
constant, stable, Jk~~» c c-jIj ; pret, 
ready, j-i\>- \ gram., present, present, 
j->»U- ; p. a., ayant mis, etc., having 
put, etc., p\ i »J>\ j |j l;$a3 
agenouille, kneeling, £\j II b 
o^. Low il avait resolu (de), he had 
made up his mind (to), (u!)j^i Jii lilts'. 

• |Coc*a» tresor, treasure, yS" J secret, 

secret, _^ j action de placer, placing, 
*-J> j j deposition, deposition, Ja»- j 
plantation, plantation, ^ jt- ', adop- 
tion, adoption, ^ II twn.tnt en lieu 
de, pour, instead of, for, jc IJjc- 
...oLSC || L«^> b^a^as chasse, shrine, 
js^X. | ] [Zska b^o^m &«3 biblio- 
theque, library, Xs£L> . 

• |Labo^» oeuvre, work, J> || La*a..a» 

Lwia adoption, adoption, ^J . 

OOsom in/. || |i.£a ^qobio peine, puni- 
tion, /win, punishment, j*UJ c ^L5p 
|| lL>**» )4cuo intention, decision, 
intention, decision, rje- <. 5J j pensee, 
avis, thought, opinion, <^ I j i _ / Svi ; 
soupcon, suspicion, jJLt . 

bolxs action de placer, placing, »-J> j \ 
imposition, imposition, *J>j J depo- 
sition, deposition, i»- j sepulcre, 
sepulchre, j£ ' composition, confec- 
tion, composition, making,*** t v-^'-'' 5 
livre, eCrit, ioo/;, writing,^juy» l i_jbS j 
| vi "m />/. j points du pluriel, plural 
points, «*AJ JaJu ; |kao*a» plantation, 
plantation, ^ ji. ; ouvrage, work, J> j 
sepulcre, sepulchre, j£ || !►*{ ?4**» oa 
|*.i&^ea ordination, consecration, 
ordination, consecration, i.L- II ^^» 
|ijor> genuflexion ou genuflexions, 
genuflexion or genuflexions, £j\£ j j\ 4*Tj 



|| ILaiMdOiy x««b credo, creed, j_^L» 

- Lo&*a>L&* positif, positive, (iLfl ; ordi- 

nand, ordinand, 1.LJ! i_Jli» . 

- 2 ;**«» proposer, to propose, ^jc- \ com- 

poser, to compose, (a.) J I j vocaliser, 
to /wtnf, (a.) i!^»- . - 2 ^£m»/ />. 

^oaHui j /' , £fc., (TU^oXov, />/. /*', 
profession de foi, profession of faith, 
bis^iii ?«ij~aJ J annonce, announcement, 
•Jj^i • 

[§2£Ax>*A 5 (7au,pouXsuTai, senateurs, 
senators, rj^r 1 • 

^ttua , ffwoiXTi, corps, bodies, iL_*-1 . 

[■fol^wom, <7Uu,7wO(7ix, auberges, mm, 

b'am , aipavov, linge, linen, JjOi. . 
uBoyalom *fc., /., />/. o* ' , <TtJV0O0?, 

synode, J)wrf, .mj? J astr., conjonc- 

tion, conjunction, o\jl\ , 

- Ltyai&so j £fc., (TUvootx, society, society, 



» t * # * 



- u»&»,.faa> , <TUVOOIX6? ; - ltA«90waa> , 

etc., synodal, synodal, ,j«-jf . 
L^^idn , <TUVTU^13C } relation, entretien, 
relation, conversation, io0»- c SUlit . 

im.m^Oiiatn , (TUVTX^lC, syntaxe, syntax, 
j£ j ordre, ordre, ^lioj . 

v al;5ft&'""> j (TUVTXXTi/jplov, discours 
d'adieu, farewell address, f-l-s^l *-jlla>- . 
a , etc., (7UV3C5i£, assemble reli- 



gieuse, religious meeting, ^i ft?- 1 . 

imn'rtnu^^Jto , etc., <7UXXoyl7U.dC, 

syllogisme, syllogism, Jo»- . 
uaftj&&jaaa , *to., fj'J'XKOVOG, coadjuteur, 

coadjutor, Oji** . 
Uoj&b) , etc., (JUyXsXXos, secrdtaire patri- 

arcal, patriarchal secretary, S j J*\^& ' • 



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t*»ofi>.\anim j etc., (TtiyxXiriTOJ,/., s&iat, 
senate, f^-iJI^jJbf j m., s^nateur, con- 
seiller, senator, counsellor, jlil— i j^i . 

- |Lnfr.\fttim» se^iat, senate, t- ir~^ ij^r • 

^.j^jaio } uoYXplTTQ^, assesseur, asses- 
sor, (^LSJi jjU* . 

mo^6>L*M , etc., (TUyxaQsBpoc, ia". 

m-.&uoao, (JUVY)Qei<X£, salaireSjWa^ej,^!. 

|_9a*.iO)k>aAo, ffUVopaviGotl, intronisation, 
enthroning, ^-tA*-! . 

(uiui) . |tt^ } m. rf /., ent., teigne, 
moth, ~<A*~ . 

|ft.^l5««f>i» , etc., GQGT%TWr], lettre de 
recommandation, letter of recommen- 
dation, <~*>y SJL-j . 

est., franges de..., fringes of..., 



r r 
... i >f JLfe>l 



* - 



, saph'el, gueVir..., v. Jx»/ , 
|tni>ttn» , pi. |L<M»a*» ,y. ^mhi» , />/. |k_» , 
cheval, horse, jUa»- . 

^^^XO , R. <o^x» J . |kv*» troupe, armee, 
troop, army, i J^ r t iiy ; fun£railles, 
funeral, <L . 

- &l(v««» eh troupe, in troop, V_>* • 

- |t<a secours, help, iiUl . 

• 2 «d> aider, to Ae^>, jUl . » 2 *«&«»/ ^. 

- lv>oa* secours, help, iiUI . 

1 9 

» °EfT> } iSomj , p£rir, to perish, ^ ; 

cesser, to ceove, J I j . 

- IS&o* , iS&m , fin, limite, end, bound, 

entierement, entirely, t j~\i || ^ia 
."■ ft n~ partout, everywhere, oLS 1^1 . 

- }*£&» nni, finite, *j*£- . 

- [iSaa* fin, mort, end", death, Cjy t JjLf. ; 

destruction, destruction, ~~j\j!- . 
- 2 ia*«» definir, to define, ja»- . 



_ ^.aa* destructeur, destructive, u/ . 

- 3 i&^»f d^truire, to destroy, (^i.) V^* - • 

- 3 iA-4»LL/ p£rir, to perish, ^ . 
P3a» , (JO^plcX, sagesse, wisdom, UC- . 

- |fl.fMi°>« , |m^nf» , etc., v. 'fr~*~ . 

1 9 

'^ ffi , iauu , respirer, to breathe, {J Jd • 

sentir, flairer, to .rm«//, j«n<, -i • 

aspirer, to inspire, J.l\"..*l j absorber, 

to absorb, JiJu ; expirer, to expire, iJi • 

rendre l'ame, to giw a£ the ghost, 

r-jj\ (^-) X- j exhaler, to exhale, 

r\i ; sentir (intr.), to jrw// (intr.), 

<c*i I j c*>Ja- ; braire, to iray, J^ . 

m 1 iA^ at LLl p. || !&*£*.] >&a> rendre 

l'ame, to give up the ghost, *-jJ\ (a.) JL . 

- |a«h souffle, breath, *uu t ^j-ii j respi- 

ration, respiration, u J£i \ odorat, 
smell, *»l£ j narines, nostrils, j^L. . 

- \**m odeur, smell, *£■ I j . 

- 2 u>oa» sentir, flairer, to smell, scent, -i ; 

braire, to iray, J^ . 

(lyoM Syrie..., v. n. pr. 

- \1' 9 om* ; - UI*a«* syrien, syriaque, 

syrian, syriac, ij^.j- ' <£jy • 

- b^\l')tu» en syriaque, in syriac, 

- ILo^I^om religion, ou langue, ou lite- 

rature syriaque, religion, or tongue, 
or jyrior literature,, i__>IjT jl iJ ji ^ 

- |L*«om jacobite, jacobite, Oj**t . 
(■,-~) . | — mou, soft, jr~j ', fluide, 

fluid, juL j subtil, subtle, J-i j ; trans- 
parent, transparent, Jjlii J pourri, 
rotten, ^j . 

- |l"--*~ subtilite, subtlety, 4ij . 



dissoudre, pourrir (tr.), to 
dissolve, rot (tr.), (-i.) ji* t Ji»- . 



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1 \ 9 

A»»BO et 'mm se baigner, to take a bath, 

-fcp^*-l ■ se purifier, etre baptise, to 
purify one's self, be baptized, -UjJ t j£al • 
nager, to swim, ^y \ voler, courir, to 
fly, run, (j^Tj <. jU» ; se propager, to 
spread, gj* . 

- U^fift nageur, plongeur, swimmer, 

diver, ^Uw- t r-l— . . 

,' r . ... i II » 

- |o^bb natation, swimming, 4a-L- (us 
[fi^tin piscine, pool, ~<& j . 

- \ti^j» lavage, bain, washing, bath, 

|.L»- t J^c ; />/. |L5-L*» chiffons, 

_ ).la> purification, purification, j^LH ; 
natation, swimming, Sa-L- . 

- ILat&aoM , C. |Al»g* . 

» 2 t_»&a»f etre lave, to A« washed, ^ «il . 

- 3 iuuaf baigner, to ia/Ae, (a.) ^pLc ; 
faire ou laisser se baigner, to maA« or 
to Ze/ Aa/A, ^-j ol 4J «jC jl <lL>- ; 
faire nager, to mate wrim, i»--<l . 

1 r 
> °> — CT> ? ? 1° renverser, abattre, to 

overthrow, cast down, f .u c f y-* J 2° ex- 

pulser, to ex/v/, sy\> . ^A-fc^f />. 

- |3a^> destructeur, destructive, /ol* ; 

ennemi, enemy, jJ& . 

- |Loau— a» destruction, destruction, p-l* , 

- |Si4it rangee, row, ^Juo . 

- |.°in. t m renversement, overthrow, (»^* . 
• ^Amo., c. 1 i&^ aB 1» . _ 2 !&*.&»//>.; r. 

- |& ^.imw ruines, ruins, (-j^ • 

_ lump) destructeur, destructive, foU . 

- ILn^nonw • - ^.aaa renversement, 

destruction, overthrow, destruction, 



»>» flf> , r , mendier, to ieg, JU^ . 

- !}&**» mendiant, beggar, alrf? . 

- |Lo)a«*£» j - l»f> mendicite, beggary, 

- IL«-~j» , />/. |L^i» , citadelle, vaste 

demeure, citadel, spacious abode, i»!i 
VJ J J« J (?) voute, wu/f, X«t • 
(?) edifice, edifice, iJu . 

|L^a> vallee, valley, z\j . 

1 1 H ? 
A ^ fi t * devier, se detourner, to deviate, 

turn aside, .iU- '(■**) j-j» ; ^. , aller 

vers, chez, to £0 towards, to, ^- <_-*j 

- 3 h^a>/ s'ecarter, to swerve, (.i.) ^^p j 

se separer, to separate, 3 j*\ J — fr., 
detourner, to larn au^oy, jU-I ; em- 
mener, to tafo awo^, -> <_-* i ; seduire, 
to seduce, ,jy-\ , - 3 i*^««LL/ />. 

- |iif).gai9 transgresseur, transgressor, 

JM • 

- ILailfrm-w egarement, straying, J^Ui ; 

apostasie, apostasy, -5>^=r J trans- 
gression, faute, transgression, error, 

^aImI^m } 0"Tau,vo£:, cruche, ju^, Jj j- I . 

^ao^at «/ l«aa&£*» , (TTOt^s'iOV, element, 

element, j^s. . V. [tS^^l . 

1 * " ' . 

iMoto^n , C3CTUpO€, satyre, satyr, _is*u 

Ma, <(yj)>w> , c. «/ , hymnes... 

v o{.». 5"* > i*'- '5 '» ^'f'X^P^j Poeme, 
poem, "t\~M3 . 

(^a.) . (j^» , pi. Vi^l4- e/c -» ffTTQ^, 

colonne, j^fc, column, stele, iff t ( 



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&*m — y\tstm 



l >a§m , , Her, to bind, (.i.) aJ • affer- 
mir, to strengthen, JlLj • fermer, to 
close, -L- . - *;«£&>■{ p. 

- Mo^ofis lien, bond, Xj . 

- 2 >*§m Her, entraver, to oiW, shackle, 

!»£*» , c. J*4W , acier... 

U&m Satan, demon, Satan, demon, l _ r Ai\ 

- |«l§4» satanique, satanic, jUaJi . 
nn i twfi»nr > sedition... • - |»« B ig>ia> seditieux.., 

V. mf . 

(i&£«) . 2 ka^L»/ etre coupe, to be 
cut, .kail . 

\&a£m , v ." , myrrhe..., o. 7 *»j . 
I 9 ft * 

'•V^ , 4- , c6t6, ™fc, ^ || 4«£. 

a part, ajwfe, SjlH J* || ;£«» ^ id. ; 
obliquement, obliquely, \ jjj || oo ^o* 
sans, without, bji> • outre, besides, 
jc •■iUj j excepte, except, lot L. j 
autre que, oiA«- lAon, _^ || *£>a*o et 
ccetera, et coetera, 1^»- l*j . 

- i+Qm separe, separate, J .Aa\. . 
|(^m. morceau, to, 5«U . 

- |j&4*» coutelas, cutlass, J_>i»U . 

- a v£"> depecer, to £ar»«, (.i.) (J lri . 

t*>|£IS£~ , C. 'mj , pi, V. ^,i^ml . 

\^,i$m et m{ , v. £&£&*»? , armee... 

- lj, n -{,£6 " » , <TTpaTt(&->)?, soldat, 

soldier, &•&>■ . 

- « "«fci(j" » , <7TpaT0? } armee, ai7ny, 

- ^a.^^^nt efc., ffTpaTrjXdtTTr)?, chef, 

chief, ,j^jj . 

U**&m } c. ]Li^ml } luxure... 

(TaTpiTCY)?, satrape, satrap, oUj^. . 



- |LaS^» satrapie, satrapy, \jj» \ 

ILaS^uJ. /i/. ; satrapes, satrapes, 

(<A*m . Rappr. ca|x») . I^L» vieillard, 
oW ffwn, j^i ; aieul, grandfather, o»- j 
vieux, ancien, old, <o» ; \LsJa vieille 
femme, oW woman, jj*& . 

- \*km senile, senile, ^JS ; ancien, 

oW, jfJ* . 

- l*k&o> ; - l^jfi^Aa de vieille femme, 

of an old woman, i£jy** . 

cheveux blancs, white hairs, 



\i " 



vieillesse, old age, *>-j^J. • 
coll., les vieillards, the old men, j-^-tJi . 
U&^jL , (JlpuXXa, sibylle, sibyl, iil^c . 
'ik^rn supporter..., v. |L;JLe» . 
\'t+m chaux, lime, ,^-IT . 
\t*+m , bot., armoise, artemisia, &- <. ~J- 

\l§-m , lat. situla, seau, bucket, Jk~ . 
1&£^ > (TiTiXOV, grenier, granary, ^y* . 
Mn.t^Sim , /., OlXCyvlOV, pain de fleur 
de froment, pure wheat bread, j j^- 

[}fi\.m , <T(oXViv, conduit, pipe, i_jI>. J 

ruisselet, brooklet, iJL- . 
jovu*» simourgue (oiseau fabuleux), 

simurgh {fabulous bird), jyuoz) jy? 

boue, marf, J»-j . 
lune, moon, ^5 . 
[aj^bb , num., demi-drachme, semi-drach- 



l coup 



ma, ai 
|L^a^o> troupe, iroc^, ^U- 



, < ■■■ - , epee, sword, 
d'epee, sword-cut, li» . 



p&&^Bft , <n(p(6v } trombe d'eau, water- 
spout, iojj . 



*- — 



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{ * * 



lat. securis, hache, axe, ^li . 
uata^o^sB , etc., pi. o , GlxXoC, man., 
side, shekel, J Lit. . 

S'+J* , pi. l'' et u»" ' , fil, thread, Ja~t ; 
cordelette, string, jJ_ J^*- ; chaine, 
chain, JUL- . 

^•»-^» , efc., pi. ><«in.nr» 5 liSlpYJV, sirene, 

jjren, i-i>- ; oiseau desertique, desert 

bird, (Sj^j^ jja-o*- J chien de mer, 

sea-dog, & j£^ l_.IT ; hyene, hyena, *~J> . 

(i^») . |tsa*», /»/. Jal» , piece, j/ate, oJj ; 

clou, natV, j^*. j soc, ploughshare, SSL- 

ul-laJI ; coin, wedge, ,>£-- . 

. 2 ^^ clouer, to nail,jf • enfoncer (des 

clous), to fix (nails), (^L-*) jy- . 

- i^sfe**/ p. 

\A ^ flOJ . 2 i*aJ> attendre, to wait for, 

- ^lHarsusaM selon l'attente, according to 

expectation, jlko^l ,_«, >■ . 

- lla&as attente, waiting, jU&l . 

l» ( .im , (T^sSia, embarcation, small 

boat, Jjjj . 

- |I?'._u» , <7)(5&xcia, tablettes, tablets, 

J 1 -*- , /•> P^ I , IL , |6- , couteau, 
knife, {jSi* . 

\J^Ato) . 1 ^ac/ etre compris, to 
be understood, ^iil . 

- 2 , %-j» faire comprendre, enseigner, 

to make understand, to teach, Lk*\ j» 
(A.) it • avertir, to warn, (-«) *J . 
- 2 ^J>ba»/ ca , comprendre, to «n- 
derstand, j* ; i_ } remarquer, to 
remark, Ji»-V ; reconnaitre, to reco- 



- |it^«Ati prudent, prudent, jL» . 

- Lv.|jb\&-u» prudemment, prudently, 

- ILaitiSom prudence, prudence, iL» . 

- tbaoa intelligence, intelligence, j* ; 

pensee, thought,^* ; sens, sctlh:, J*. . 

- b»»)rv>Nm*> mystiquement, mystically, 
I 






U'V CP ? ^ia, , / |i£_iu» , sot, foolish,^ I . 

- k*|l&a» sottement, foolishly, *j\?c . 

- |La__LB> sottise, foolishness, *Sl»- j faute, 

peche, yaw//, jw, fl ( «L-I . 

- |LaJL2-AM ; - U_u» sottise, foolishness, 

- 2t ^£ka»/ se tromper, to mistake, iaJLc . 

■ 8 V»/ irf. ; agir sottement, to art 
foolishly, &• ; pecher, to «n, '^- ', 
etre trompd, to be deceived, 9jJd\ . 
- 3, ^-j»LL/ etre commis (peche), to 
6e committed (sin), (&Aa*-.£-\ l __Si,l . 

- |rv>fwv> pecheur, sinner, '^i^- . 
(*^_u») . lAaiao , etc., c. x»J , f. Nb^W . 

- ^illai. , pi. C ', (JX°^ l0V ) expli- 

cation, explanation, t- j^ ', f, ecole, 
school, 4-j.u . 

- P^^a-w , C. a>] , V. %-«! . 

- |»j£a_u» , etc., C. a»/ , V. "Vkoo/ . 

2 )«ii» former, to yiwro, ~-j • imiter, 
simuler, to imitate, feign, j ^aal 
j ^Ui: ; orner, to oJom, (a.) Jj^ . 
«' : ?4-6u»/ />. ; r. 



|j(_l«UO 



^^ CO J . iLLaa* , jILalo e/ 

— f. )ii«im-io , pi. |&_u_kaaio _ pauvre, 
poor, jrtii ; malheureux, wretched, iJ m ; 

lepreux, leprous, ^y j\ . 

.* * * * * 

- |L ni . ^rov> pauvretd, nusere, poverty, 

wretchedness, 4-UJ t ^ . 



229 



i^*^ ^— lAlM 



-*^aa» appauvrir, to impoverish, JH\ . 
-* x L»kiL/ />. ; etre affaibli, to for 
weakened, l Jn«.rti , 

(.^"•J • ' """'-I * , fie., /w. uu« , 
ff/otvo?, jonc, ntrA, jlj>^ . 

V^ l 5 ** oxymel, o*)wh?/, J^j J-* j,. ijl^i . 

» ^ lg> , , fermer, to shut,jli> ; obstruer, 
to Jto/> «/>, J*- j inspecter, to inspect, 

- |; A«a fermeture, shutting, jU ; obs- 

truction, obstruction, ju j obstacle, 
obstacle, J»-U- . 

- Ivixnio digue, rfife, a-. . 

- 2 »a*» fermer, to jAuJ, ju ; faire fermer, 

to mafc shut, -l_j «tL»- . - 2 p£w»f />. 

- l»Am , /., bouclier, shield, ^ j . 

- Ipaaa verrou, bolt, r^> . 

Ui» o« 0^ corbeille, basket, iL ; /. 

I&kaa kf. 

(U-WJ . ^fi*./ etre rejete, ecar&S, to 
6« thrown away, set aside, o*=jl c i Jail . 

- |fej£aa immondices, filth, jl-ijl . 

- liUaao ei liAta scorie, scoria, <L-£- ; 

excrements, excrements, »l^ . 

- £*,&» ; - |L m . \f\n , 'J o rejet, rejection, 






3 *f t 

- i^»f rejeter, to re/erf, jj • excom- 
munier, to excommunicate, ?j>- \ me- 
priser, to despise, Jkj~\ . - 3 u£bbLL//>. 



t-^Ww 5 abominable, impie, 

abominable, impious, JU-U- i ~-i 

- |La. \nny > reprobation, reprobation, Ji> . 

- |L ni . \mi o mepris, contempt, jUo-l . 

(«»^-) • l»**4<i£a*» , *fc., pi. o' ' , 
otXXoyiO'^lO^, syllogisme, syllogism, 



- l—«^. \ < nn , ffuXXOYtGOCl, id 
■ 4l «^" £crire, to write, ^^T. 

1^*" j v **>« S «a n , |»Aaa , £fc., CsAlOlOV, 

colonne, column, i^L ; page, page, 
**Jl*> • escabeau, stool, u^'.. . 

u< ^ a »-j /•> cailles, ?uat'fr, tsj^- . 

f£W , min., silex, ^ftni, Sjl^ . 

^a*» , y^M ? etc., pi. >m .Nim ? <rsXAtOV } 
siege, reaf, .ul. || fi±L 6^ latrines, 

IJjiaiiLaa } -jjcXstu/cvopa, zool., sala- 

mandre, salamander, jXs" . 
ItlgAao , (TiXsvTixptos, silentiaire, silen- 

tiary, ( Ji^*) ^^jLJLL- . 
I v\«> , man., drachme, drachma, ajj, 

l ^ 
i nVfO t tAmi > imper. i&ae , inf. loom , 

monter, to go a/», .u^ ; remonter, to 

£0 «/> again, *»-* 4 Oj-U- j* a*^, • partir, 

s'en aller, to start, be off, <_x*i t - 1 j j 

s'accroitre, to increase, augment, jbjl j 

arriver, to happen, J^a*. ; surmonter, 

to surmount, JU ; reussir, to succeed, -rJ- ; 

commencer, to iegin, i-d»l II ^1 uiw 

fjaoito. t o^a ( ov=J^. venir a Pesprit de 

quelqu'un, to come to min<f of somebody, 

^. (i* 1 _>k>- J l'emouvoir, to towA Aim, 

■*J j- 1 || "-»-^ «J»a» etre accompli, to 

i* accomplished, p ; reussir, to succeed, 

^ || t \->(^t i«£va» 6tre tout pareil, 

to ie yut'to alike, Lie" <oU jj i^ao 

ILo^oja devenir egal, to become equal, 

- ^inSnun montee, ascent, Sj*~* . 

- p^ouo , ia«uo , 1° montee, ascension, 

elevation, ascent, ascension, raising, 
£Uj j I 1 i_^w ; 2° expedition mili- 
taire, military expedition, 1 1 Jc j 3° re- 
tour, return, fyrJ ', 4° vomissement, 
vomiting, »J ; |&abuo k/. 7° rf 2o. 



. fyV***. 



230 



_ Plamm montee, ascent, ij^j> . 

- |a<uo [| |*** JLaaaae lever du soleil, 

sunrise, lJ ~JL!i\ 3j_ r Z . 

m s^jj^. faire monter, to make ascend, 
Xw»! ; vanner, to winnow, (a.) ^ ji . 
> 2 u^tW/ monter, to ascend, >ko ; 
ia , attaquer, to attack, j»-Ia . 

_ l^oce montee, ascent, j^w ; ascen- 
sion, ascension, »U»j jl . 

•* s iaad/ faire monter, elever, to make 
ascend, to raise, jj i ^w»l J offrir, 
to offer, (jJ) ^ JjT j ressusciter, to resu- 
scitate, tt-*j ; faire sortir, to make go 
out > £>*-' I rehausser, faire ressortir, 
to heighten, enhance, (,i*)~- <. (<i»)J>- ; 
imposer, to impose, ^j* J payer (le 
tribut), to pay (tribute), (i ji-l) «»j . 
- 3 t&»LL/ /i. (I ^ i o>^» "fcx ixu»/ 
o>a*&. faire remarquer a quel- 
qu'un, le faire se souvenir, to call his 
attention to, remind him of, (A.) *J 
(i.) ^i ; reflechir, to think, Ji£ 
j|*v=^> ^ >a*»/ se faire a, to £*< 
accustomed to, Jo j^<J II u*;^. iaa»/ 
faire reussir, to make succeed, -sfH . 

|«^ , pi. |£!£w , fort., bette, beet, jL* . 
(?«*•) . I^tai noir de fumee, lamp-black, 

SftjflD , pi. )j&mL , drogue, </ra£, «'j-> J 
poison, poison, ** ; herbe medicinale, 
medicinal herb, jUc J couleur, colour, 
Oji. 

_ ^jaiaia apothicaire, apothecary, J-l—^ . 

- ) in. in n> empoisonne, poisoned, *j* — . . 
- 2 ?«ifti» ; - 3 J4*»/ empoisonner, to 

poison, jc* . 
« r >»aBiaj» , palpel, guerir, to care, ^^Li ; 
exercer la medecine, to practise medi- 



cine, i_i» . - r ?«oftio6j»/ ^. ; etre 
empoisonne, to fo poisoned, (£■ ) jc* . 

- |aafiAMoca guerison, recovery, »LLS j 
remede, remedy, »lj^ . 



(J*"») 



perdre la vue, to fo« 



. [jta aveugle, blind, ^f-\ . 
■ ILa^ou cecite, blindness, Jf- 



■ 2 u)tB rendre aveugle, to i/iW, ^1 . 
- z iJokaft/ ^. ; etre aveugle, to 6e 
i/tmf, ^ J faire semblant d'etre 
aveugle, to pretend to be blind, ^[tS . 

- (Imocb aveuglement, blindness, ^ . 
- 3 i*ioj»/ dtre aveugle, to 6« 4/tW, ^ ; 

boiter, to fim^, r^* • 

|y*aaa» ; - |Loyv*~ fleur (de la vigne), 
blossom {of the vine), (pj^ll) j*j • 

ly&ttaa belette, weasel, u* _f J/l . 

|^am fleur de farine, flour of wheat, J-jf . 

v uew , etc.. pi. £!»*£ , (TT][JLsTov, signe, 
sign, i-lU . 

'yea , , soutenir, tenir, to stay, hold, 
l iJL~. ( j-,ic ; appuyer, poser, to fcon, 
lay, *~i j <. JU*> j reconforter, to refresh, 
(i.) ^^i ; — tntr., s'appuyer, to lean, 
J-u-l ; etre a table, to recline at table, 
ISvjI j s'arreter, rester, to stop, stay, 
^ t i_iij J parvenir, to attain, J^» j J 
etre present, to ie present, j^>- ; ^i , 
s'appesantir sur, to rfwW/ «^on, Jc Jil ; 
yM , quitter, to tea#*, J^ . - 1 ^aofc>»/ 
p. ;r.; *%£ , parvenir a, to reacA, ib . 
_ laa&a, appui, support, X** ; base, iaje, 
»j*U j colonne, column, iyf~ . 

- pa>axft soutien, support, •Uo» . 

- |->-i«'" stable, stable, C-jIj ; subst., con- 

vive, ,g«ej/, JTI> . 



231 



lxo» Uaa 



- |i*nan,m confiance, confidence, i2J . 

- faaoat constance, constancy, 0L1 ; ban- 

quet, banquet, i*J j ; convives, guests, 
o^lTl> ; tablee, table, Soft. || ^ 
|u« convive, gu*s/, f A3 . 

t^uua , appui, support, X~* 

* ■*" W y * 

|**9 yoauft b»a domicile, domicile, 



- i^t soutenir, to jfeiy, XL- j preparer, 

to prepare, (.*.) ^^i*- j conduire, to 
fearf, jli . - a ^wNmn> ferme, ^rm, 

cr lj • 

- Nu> soutien, support, JU*. . 

q » 1 

- y»W soutenir, to stay, Jt*. ; mettre 
a table, to mate ric/ini a/ table, l&l • 
^k , faire parvenir a, to mate reach, 

baaon lettre semkat 11 , feffer MmAafSiJji-l 



«j"* 



(lite , /., subst,, gauche, left, JUr- ; adj., 
de gauche, &/i, lib?* ; <ato., a gauche, 
on the left, <j\P j| Lb^> ;i damn<J, 
damned, ifJJU j demon, iemwi, ulk-i . 

- L&*» de gauche, Ze/i, JtA . 

- kllhoo. a gauche, on the left, ^{P , 

^Vb&Q*GD faire ermite, to ;nofe hermit, 
iLJb *i«- . - 4 <%Ia»k«.; /». ; r. 

- ^ vttmv t ascete, continent, ascetic, con- 

tinent, JaJ*. i iJLU ; d'ascete, q/"an 
ascetic, £—i . 

- H.<W>if>ffnao continence, continence, <ac , 

* * * . 

- U i^ a w asc^tisme, continence, asceti- 

cism, continence, i_ii<J t dl.-i ; aust£- 
ritd, austerity, J* j ; vetement mo- 
nastique, monastic dress, liL-UI i_>_jj . 

- lLr>V>wrmn austerite, austerity, -u j . 

l ^ 
> OVl rt> (or. toaa«a) , r , etre rouge, to 

Ae r«/, yt-\ . 

- 2 taaaM rendre rouge, to reddm,(*») jt- . 



- [**>**, rouge, red, j*-\ ; subst., encre 
rouge, red ink, j*-\ jv- ; fort., sumac, 
sumac, i5Lc ; piece de monnaie rouge, 
r«rf coin, »ly- ^J»3 UJ j min., sardoine, 
sardonyx, jtf\ <_JLj ; [iAaA vetements 
rouges, red clothes, »i^*- l_Ji . 

q * r 

- 9 iaaoM/ rendre rouge, to redden, 
(A.) y- j etre rouge, to be red, y-l ; 
rougeoyer, to £tom, ^i*l jU» ; rougir, 
to i/iuA, _il»-l . 

l^^aMak jaune, yellow, jL*\ . 
I^pi-, 'i», '«./, ' ,/ , etc., (Tjxapay- 
?>0S, min., emeraude, emerald, j^ j . 
(^») . ^-L» filtr£, pur, filtered, pure, 



(^») . |b*jai£» hirondelle, swallow, *jj~* . 
(^») . I&uuo , />/. £umo , corbeille, 
basket, <U»j» . 

AACO hair, to hate, iJ oi>i\ • ne pas vou- 
loir, not to will, ^ j_ (1 . - 1 *Jft*»f /». ; 
devenir laid, to £ro«> u^/y, «^1 . 

- IIim oa (i^ ennemi, adversary, j4* . 

/>/., «y>p_aa , etc. 

- \ju* p. p. ; haissable, laid, honteux, 

heinous, ugly, shameful, «-ii t ^j*^ 
~»U j mauvais, Aa<f, >i$.»j ; I^Ilui 
/. />/. ; crimes, crimes, r\j>- . 

- ILo^im laideur, ugliness, AcLij . 

- I^lu» odieux, odious, «u^T ; laid, hon- 

teux, ugly, shameful, ^J t ^JLi . 

- |/aiM odieux, odious, *±£ . 

- ILlItt j - iL&ia* haine, hatred, ^ . 

- |Ijao laideur, ugliness, icLi . 

■ 2 wfc«/ etre hal, to ie AaW, ^^ij ; 
£tre laid, to Ac ugly, «xi . 

- 3 *-.ix»J rendre haissable, laid, to make 

heinous, ugly, (-i.) ^t* ( (<i.) c- 



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avocat, deTenseur, advocate, defender, 

- |Lo«^li£» defense, defence, f lia . 
j}»4.» , cavSaXiov, sandale, sandal, J*J . 
^jvioB 5 <mv£opiov, assemble, assembly, 

I^ia , ^oua , efc. j - l^Lfius imberbe, 

beardless, ->^' . 
jo^Ofio a /a/, senator, s^nateur, senator, ~~i . 

(^ia») . C^4>"a«» , pi- «»' ', JUvreXsia, 
capitation, capitation, \j*- . 

^ia» , |ia , buisson epineux, ronce, spiny 
bush, bramble, ryjc- c J^ . 

(jaca_Loo franges, fringes, i_jI.u>1 . 



1 i> 
'fl I O P avoir besoin, to wan/, ^^1 • 

-'itti^ai/ , "%*. , avoir besoin de, to 

want, J I ?-li>-i ; etre forc£, to fe oi/f- 

ged, Ja^e\ j impers., il faut, £( u 

necessary, ^-*: . 

_ i^ixa indigent, indigent, >*U ; ^o , "^ 

■^ , qui a besoin de, who needs, 

Jl ^lat. 

- |Loa^u» penurie, dearth, ~»jjjJ> . 
_ |iajui to". .; besoin, ne^rf, **-{*- . 

- (iioinnn n^cessaire, necessary, <j j j j~i . 

- lajoflo indigence, indigence, Ijj ^ . 
- 3 u44j»/ , ^ , faire manquer de, to 

mofe «;anJ, Jl -ry-\ \ contraindre, 
to constrain, jv r \ , 

2 {j*» mouvoir (la tete), to move (the head), 

(i-k*o) . |Lf<ua> casque, helmet, iij> . 
- 2 pkx»J se casquer, to />«/ on a helmet, 

\a+u* gateau de raisins, raisin-cake, ijjb- 

pourpre^ purple, J'_«-ji . 



» r * 



A^flD oser, to dare, jj>- ; attaquer, 
to attack, j»-1* ; se revolter, to reie/, jb* ; 
d., is , affliger, to a^tcf, j_J»-t . 

- \lLa, elan, attaque, spring, attack, vlvj ', 

rebellion, rebellion, syt ; crime, crime, 
**_j>- ', calomnie, calumny, *\ji\ j 
argument, argument, 5«- j objection, 
objection, ,y>\j*-\ . 

\y±a> f, bot., souchet, galingale, ^jI*- ; 

souche, racine, stump, root,^li> c j-i»-. 

■* * * * 

1 ^*a» } , ^o , avoir en degout, to du- 

- I^olba abominable, abominable, « j ^SC . 

- 2 v^flo rendre odieux,-to make loathsome, 

l ^ 
» VfT> j , visiter, to i/wif, jlj ; SyZ \ 

soigner, gu^rir, to nurse, cure, Ji t JU • 

traiter (discuter) de, to treat, jc c^£ j 

faire, to do, ^ . - 1 ^6^/ />. 

- )Lo^» cnme, cnww, « ^>- . 

- Ifutaa visiteur, inspecteur, visitor, ins- 

pector, (jila 4 ^kU ■ periodeute, 
choreveque, periodeuta, chorepiscopus, 
ji-l (_jU t Jiiii. ; administrateur, 
prdposd, administrator, officer, jX* 
J-Tj ; agent, ministre, a^eni, minister, 

- ^joajo pratique, practical, ^f- . 

.ft*' ■ ■ . ... 

- |Lo}OM» visite, inspection, visitation, 

inspection, !\j± 4 «j1j j ; soins, a^ton- 
aawe, ?-"iU ; action, action, J^ j 
affaire, business, Jii j effet, e^erf, 

»» i . . . . ... 

- pt^ue visite, inspection, visitation, 

inspection, iJtiS' <. Sjbj j charge, 
o^ire, iaJjj ; diocese, diocese, <^-j} ', 
action, acte, fait, action, doing, fact, 



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4&OB 



J*i i J^- ; chose, affaire, thing, busi- 
ness, jJ 4 t^ji j evenement, event, 
itoU- ; sens litteral, literal sense, J*. 
j^^- I ressources, biens, ressources, 
goods, £j\jyi- t(j|jjl || lifkiu en fait, 
in fact, ^«i . 

- fc-b^ase en realite, in fact, %i ; 

litteralement, literally, Li^s- . 

- ^jokda visite, visit, 3 jL j . 
- a ^j» visiter, to visit, j\j. 

- |^u> action, action, jS . 

' V^fO , ♦**» , cheveux, poils, hair, yJ* \ 
plumes, feathers, Jj j jl^ooU^j \xl 
peuple aux longs cheveux, long-haired 
people, Jl^*i t^ 1 1 (iaol ;!*» poils jau- 
natres, yellowish bristles, ■_ g — I ^«-i . 

- |*L» velu, Aairv, ^^JL. ; |Lja*» , pi. 

IS-xo» , poil, cheveu, a single hair, 
*j*" I or S e > Parley, jv£ . 

- 2 ♦-"» laisser pousser les cheveux, to 

let one's hail grow, (^Jl) ^1 . 

- ;^.oom chevelu, long-haired, j*£\ . 

■♦*■»/ pousser des cheveux, des poils, 
to put forth hair, \yJ> C^\ Jt . 

\L±L , t*L» t \Am , pi. \Li°u» f levre, 
lip, Hi • trompe, trunk, <3^> ; bord, 
brink, J>J& j rivage, shore, '^U II \k*> 
t£*J» ; \AttL \k*, ; \ka*Z> entierement, 
a plein, entirely, fully, <tl.l& ; Lhe 
otb^os k*~L a voix basse, in an 
undertone, ^aH^a o^u . 

- \tt&to lippu, thick-lipped, >U» j. . 

l r 

» °* ^P , A^J , bruler (intr.), to bum 

(intr.), ^-\J ; d., o 3 allumer, incen- 

dier, to AtWfe, «iy»r<r to, Ji^l i J»il . 

_ ) |. <w brulant, an&n*, J«.t.». j qui 

deraisonne, foolish, »l-u ; insolent, 



insolent, 



; precipite\ headlong, 



- C^*Ai precipitamment, hastily, ^ . 

- lLo°>.*i*ni deraison, unreason, A&- ' 

colere, irascibilite, an^er, irascibility, 

- 2 ia3&*»/ etre enflamme, to fc kindled, 

- 3 i&£a? allumer, to kindle, (A.) J«^ . 

|£o> seuil, threshold, l^s. j portique, />or- 
/ico, jJjo ; faubourg, suburb, ^Juj . 

1 1Aa» entasser, ramasser, to heap up, gather 
U P> [* <■ (-**) o-tf' ; abonder, to abound, 

- 2 Jifc*./ etre rempli, to fcjH&rf, i)b.l ; 
etre occupd, to for occupied, Jiiil . 

1 j**» , * , trembler, to tremble, JuSj I ■ 
craindre, etre anxieux, to fear, be 
anxious, jii t tJsU- . 

-''jAfi* trembler, to tremble, JuJj j pal- 
piter, to palpitate, Ji^ ; battre des 
mains, to c/a/>, (-i.) ji,^. . 

l*a*» , c. ta{ , vase en plomb... 

U*&a» , mm., saphir, sapphire, iJj^r . 

~ p>*£}*> de saphir, sapphirine, iJ j=^f . 



.» * 



IUSl^, 



, c. |jL^f»/ 7 coin... 

v. I^«»/ } sphere... 
3 v. {.°it«/ , troupe... 



^ iii ^m , bateau, jAi/>, iL^i- j tortue, 

tortoise, oLLJL . 

i' * A * • 

- |btfJokiu&£B petit bateau, jOTa// boat, 



pLAa» matelot, jaitor, ^tsU 
ojAm art de la navi 
navigation, *>-^U.! ^ . 



- ILoj^oa art de la navigation, art of 



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Hym°ii» , etc., <Tocpl(TTY)£, sophiste, sophist, 
Ja-i- ; sage, wise, ^f*- . 

- \LnQ.m*°>nm , subst., sophistique, so- 

phistry, SVi., a^ . 

- |iniptwi^«n»i , adj., sophistique, so- 

phistical, !»,.,<.< , 

- 4 kg.a>Aa» chercher a demontrer, to 

seek to prove, Cfct <-'' JjL>- . 
_ ^aaaa sophisme, sophism, 



(*•«•&«• , /., epee, sword, !_*-* . 

«t \Ua^L , (7U^£XXtov, siege, 



A » r 



seat 



courtier, broker, jLjc* J |$c 
/>/. ; bavardages, wfle tett, Cj\jj . 
m i^a^u, marchander, to cheapen, o-^^ I 
babiller, to prattle, jj . 

- lim^aw marchandage, bargaiming, 

1 r 
> Q A C O , ' , suffire, to ra^ce, ,ytr ; 

comprendre, to understand, j& j pou- 
voir, to be able, j4* J fitre digne, to fo 
worthy, J*^-i . ~ x ia£kj*f s'eloigner, 
to j»o away, -^cjI II ko&» ou u 
t»oio»— »M» pouvoir, to fo a&&, joi 

- Io&a* capable, ai&, _/J> • 

- !<>&&£• suffisant, sufficient, iJjLT . 

- tu|«&ai assez, enough, 4jI»£J1j . 

- iLao&a* capacity, capacity, «U» . 



vide, vain, empty, vain, fjU 
JtL J d&nuni, wanting, *j£- j de 
loisir, a/ leisure, f_jJ£* || loot ta^»|| 
il n'a pas pu, A* A<w no* #«n aA&, 

^|o^> a vide, empty, UjU j a tort, 
wrongly, ^\* iijs* j en vain, WM/t/y, 
5U»L» j assez, enough, SjU&Ij . 



_ |Loo*&«a vide, absence, void, absence, 
fie- ( Mjij vanite, vanity, b~$lu j 
pauvrete, poverty, J* ; loisir, leisure, 
f l^i ; capacity, suffisance, capacity, 
sufficiency, »»LiS" t »jJ» . 

- |i^*««- loisir, leisure, p'y • 

_ | ^*~ Evacuation, vidage, evacuation, 
emptying, '{\J\ 1 ^Jy-1 . 

- a to£LM vider, to «rn/f)i>i, (a.) j-yi ; 
verser, to ^our aid, t^SC ; d., ^» , 
quitter, to &ow, iJy J vomir, to 
imntf, »l* ; se repandre, to spread, 
j^ili . - 8 \&S&as{ p. ; r. ; pouvoir. 
to i« aife, jAi ; vaquer a, to attend 
to, J j- yiJ ; ^» , etre delivre de, to 
fc delivered from, j* ,y&£- . 

_ ta^aa, q u i peut, able, j^U . 

_ |o3an Evacuation, evacuation, f- I^il J 
versage, outpouring, <J&~* ; purga- 
tion, purgation, Jl^—I j vomissement, 
vomiting, »g . 

• 3 iaibM/ repandre, to spread, ^ ; 
laisser vide, to &a»« empty, U jU 4/ J 
rendre capable, to ma&e able,(^) jJ». 

t hrift tondre, to .sA^ar, J»- j etre tondu, 
to i* sheared, (*) J»- . - 2 j3b^f />. ; r. 

. i&£uo ^. ^. ; chauve, bald, jJ-i . 

- pt&aaw et |e>.ij^MVft ciseaux, shears, 

^joa* ; rasoir, rajor, ^j- . 

- liAt* tondeur, barbier, shearer, barber, 

- |^3acs tonte, coupe, tonsure, shearing, 

tonsure, JslS'Vl ^-a* 1 u-a* ' J»- . 

|^*» rivage, shore, *J^ J bord, border, 



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tft— — i&a» 



J 3X1 , 3*, ? ecriture, writing, lib? ; 
art d'ecrire, art of writing, i>b£i\ j» ; 
livre, book, L_iLf ; lettres, Lettres, 
letters, literature, L_iljTt J>jt~\ • languc, 
language, iiJ j| |£ai fc*i ecole, school, 

-lj^*« raconter, to tell, (ju) j^- • 
jaser, to prattle, JJ , 

- |£a* , ik^ , 1° scribe, scribe, ^JlT ; 

2° docteur de la loi, doctor of the 
/aw, a - > .UI|lU ; 3° maftre, docteur, 
master, doctor, iL>l t 1** ; 4° com- 
petent; habile, competent, able, j^t- 
jJ ; luL; / 7o „ 3 o || ,|^i ^ 
ecole, school, X*jX. . 

- |Lo*&a» art d'ecrire, art of writing, j» 

ib£j| ; literature, literature, >->±\ . 
-|l*Sus docte, habile, feamerf, aA&, 

- |Lo»*&aa doctrine, doctrine, <_-*-U t J* • 

habilete, skilfulness, ~»j>»- . 

k^3*» , c. «•/ , asperge... 
toM^» , etc., c. iLojiw , herbes... 
l?b&o> e/ «»/ , to*, spatharius, gardien du 
glaive, &#«• q/"/fo sword, cJa-Jl^jU . 
loot sac, sack, ~_ . 
**?k*» , &»/. .rwarK, bandits, bandits, ^j^i. 
laaat blessure, wound, -y,- . 
r taoa» s'opposer..., v. ls ^.kx> . 
i ;fr . -> a nm 9 tfto., / a f. excubitores, gardes, 

^aai» } (IXoOAxa, eclaireur, scout, ^ilif . 

^•O-CD , " , polir, to polish, Ji^ ; em- 
bellir, to adorn,Cyj>-j . - 1 ^o6u»/ p. • r. 

- lUa*» elegant, elegant, Jm]£ . 

- |LoWu» elegance, elegance, 4»!^k . 



- ita irf. ; rehaussement, enhancement, 

- 11am polissage, embellissement, poli- 

shing, embellishment, l ]~^£ t Ji^. , 
- 2 %ai farder, to paint, (Ju) ^JuL , 
- 2 ^a&*./ s'embellir, to embellish 

oneself, ^Jl . 

- Ua» polisseur, polisher, J»L» . 

- |U>&*» embellissement, embellishment, 

Uam , Z«*. wflia, echelle, to<£fer, JL. j 
etaier, stirrup, <~>^j . 

^»- , ffoexx^Xtov, fisc, luA& treasury, 

- |&&» tresorier, treasurer, JUI J^j . 
(Ma*) . |>oaa^a , <JY)X(«)jjLa ) calcul, ca/- 

culation, t_#L-». j epoque, ere, period, 
KG) fiJS ' <JLi j j convention, conven- 
tion,^ • colophon, colophon, ii^JisU-, 
- 2 *ai mesurer, to measure, ^li ; 
determiner, to determine, n»- . 

- 2 >4A6^ /I. 

- U^aom mesure, measure, ^Li . 

y . VWnni. , ^laft&M , pi, ^AAOd , C. ^AA^f , 

siege... 

^om «< |bcuka> embucHes, snares, OjISC . 

- 2 MLai dresser des embuches, to lay 
snares, JbLSC ._. .^i . 

(TX7]7Ct6^, foudre, thunder, iipL» , 

- v o{^A»tt*. , etc., (TXYJTCTpoVj sceptre, 

sceptre, oli-^^ . 

x . ^ 
i. » X lfl» t " , hair, to Aafe, c-i. . 

- ly&aaa ennemi, enemy, jJ& . 

- li-^m odieux, odious, C-~i. . 

- !*&•• haine, hatred, ^jom . 



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_ 2 j_ Aa> hair, to hate, Cjl. . 

- J>L$aoj» odieux, odious, C— !• . 
_3-^^ exciter la haine, to rouse the 

hate, (j-aiJl vi->- . 

- Ifo^aM enragd, rabid, i_~LT . 

ii. 2 j&j»» II \LL IaL cligner de l'oeil, to 

wink, *V". "-'J" • 
[ii. 1 ^a» , , rendre rouge, to redden, 

- |L^a> couleur rouge, red colour, j*-\o£, 

I £ao> , />/. u>'aa , /at. 5acr«, lettre o« 
ddit imperial, imperial letter or o&f, 

)*a->i,nt~ , c, 'j»1 , commissaires... 
«fr>ft-» , etc., <7£xpt]T0V, tribunal, tri- 
bunal, iS^- ; sceau, seal, ->- . 

, , uxaplcpGS, dessin, delineation, 



[aisJ* , efc., coupe, cup, ^-IT . 

J+«Cd e/ «^ pourrir, exhaler une 
odeur fttide, to rot, stink, ,jo <■ ji-J . 

- £iL , It- , ft tide, /e/itf*, 0^— (! ***** 

|^;Jo deshonneur, dishonour, jU . 

- |La*(^ puanteur, rft'nA, iilri • 

- 3 c*W rendre fetide, to make stink,^j\. 

1 r .... 

i^WXD , , contredire, to gainsay, ^Jau ', 

se rebeller, to refc/, ^yr" ; se disputer, 

to quarrel, jr^ . 

- M>o£u contradicteur, gainsayer, ,j-«ili* ; 

bavard, gossip, j&j . 

- lLaaotm mensonge, fo, i-jiT ; bavar- 

dage, zV/fe fa/A, "»jj . 

- ^ot» mensonge, lie, ^>^~', dispute, 

dispute, 5^-li* . 
_ iLa'tt echalas, vine-props, il_.l...» . 



1 r 

V^WOO 5 , tresser, tisser, entremeler, 

to plait, weave, intersperse, ^-o <■ J-^ 

iU . -^j*-? p. 

- )L < gia> natte, maf, "» jv-a»- ; rets, n*i, 

iSwt ; corbeille, tasfai, ii- ; ban- 
deau, head-band, ZiLat- . 

- t^*s» selle, saddle, -rj~* • 

- \^i*> sellier, saddle -maker, ■A J ^ . 



_2 



\^*** 



seller, to saddle, r ,-1 



zy 1 • 



- 2 ^jSj»f etre couvert de nattes, 
to be covered with mats, JLai- l> JaiS . 

4 »^»*» ecrire, to write, <_-=T . 

- li^i*^ ligne, line, >- ; lettre, letter, 

,J>j- ; ecrit, livre, writing, book, 

1 v 

y*£S 5 ' j etre terrific, to be terrified, 

* Jl»l . 

- \l+U, restant, survivant, left, surviving, 

survivor, Jl; ; le reste, the remainder, 
JUI . 
. 2 ,£i terrifier, faire trembler, to terrify, 
to make tremble, ^ jl t J^* J detour- 
ner par la crainte, to turn away by 

fear, {c/) 1 -^ -> ' ! troubler > to <fo<">' i , 
JJL, . - 2 /iU/A 

_ I* 9&» terreur, terror, ^_ji . 
(^IjJjb cave, cellar, _)J ' ij/ . 
v oJ^ , v^>v^ , «*?-, capSiov, min., 

sardoine, sardoin, <_.. .* ul J^ '-r'^r* • 
u»aiuoJU« j uapBovu?, mzn., sardoine- 
onyx, sardonyx, £j»- - o-^j . 

_ » r 1 ' • 

r ooi^» pousser..., t'. l i*ot» . 

^oJ«» } m. etf, portique, portico, jljj • 

1 f 
I. whk«~O0 , , d^chirer, to tear, J> , 

^ u» } nuire a, blesser, to injure, A«r<, 

rjr <. > jj,\ i corrompre, detruire, 



237 



J^flB «t^» 



to corrupt, destroy, (jJ) ^ ji- <. j_il j 
souiller, to soil, (Jl.) jJi ; mal agir, 
pecher, to <fo wrong, sin, »i^»JI »U 
U»>-' . - 1 u.J6v«b/ />. ; tomber en 
pourriture, to fall into decay, l y^! . 

- ^.o^» malfaisant, noxious, j jt ; 

impie r vaurien, impious, scamp, ylT 
*sl^- ; f. I&u-oj-o* b£te, fauve, beast, 
wild animal, «~- t ^r^-j . 

- k*llov** cruellement, cruelly, Ajo~ . 

- U«;*» ampute, amputated, jJ\ j vicie, 

vitiated, 4**U j vicieux, depraved, 
vicious, -L-i. c -uli ; faible, jwa/fc, 
<_jljwj • effronte, shameless, <Ji* ' 
laid, ug/y, ^ ; |L«^/. ; pros- 
titute, harlot, ZjtXt. . 

-&*\L*y*n cruellement, cruelly, JjLJL . 

- tLa^.^1. corruption, corruption ^Li j 

vice, malice, vice, mischievousness, 
i-at c iLi j ; dommage, damage, jjJ>\ 
destruction, destruction, ^J*- . 

- li~9oa» pechd, crime, sin, crime, f\ 

^j3~ j dommage, damage, j jj> ; 
devastation, devastation, <_j^ . 

- 2 «-*« corrompre, to corrupt, -L-il j 
afFaiblir, to weaken, .J^l j detruire, 
to dwfrqy, (.i.)^^ ; tuer, to Ai/J, Jai ; 
troubler, to disturb, Jiji- . - 2 u.jk»/ 
p. ; etre coupe, to be cut, .kail . 

- ^.yaja dommage, mal, damage, harm, 

- 3 t_£a»/ infliger, to z'n/fatf, (.i.) jS j 
deformer, to deform, tji- \ corrompre, 
to corrupt, Lij . 

ii. 3 i~£u/ proposer, to propose, ^ j* \ 
faire, donner, to <to, £i"w, Jac\ i ^f- • 
etablir, to establish, *\Z\ ; ordonner.(des 
clercs), sacrer, to ordain, consecrate, ~. j 



-|L" 



ordination, sacre, ordination, 

consecration, l. '<.5„ . * c LLj j ordre, 

command, j* I ; question, question, i_.lk. . 

|L&i_i4*Lta* designation, designation, 

(>-«j * ordination, ordination, *.L»j . 



1 • >• 



$ **° , * , piquer, to />ne£, dLi ; ecrire, 
to write, (^sT ; tracer, dessiner, to 

- lii-«» ; - l4v*» dessinateur, designer, 

- ^^» ligne, trait, line, dash, la*- c ^k- 

|| }&■*** !*♦*• , k»>a*» lit** serto 
(ecriture), jerto (writing), J* j~* 

- l£><"» ii J caractere, lettre, character, 

letter, <_j ^ ck»- j /. |6^jto piqure, 
blessure, />tk:A, wound, -r-j^ <. iS^J . 

- 2 ^£**» blesser, to wound, ^j>- - dcrire, 

to iCTi'te, ^xT . - 2 ^cu»f />. ; r. 

- ^ ja*» blessure, wound, ■*■ y- . 

|iii« , 20o/-, crabe, traA, oli.^ ; zool., 

astr., path., cancer, cancer, o^^ . 
^oiLix. , UTipixov, encre rouge, rerf in*, 



l -»> 



adhere, 



i 1 ^)^^**^ adherer, to 



- p->*m adherent, adherent, t__iL> . 

- 2 ^^» apposer, joindre, to a^f*, 7'01'n, 

\m\j» camus, flat-nosed, 1 _ r kil . 

^m^m blanc, white, ,jaj\ . 

\r*L axe, axle, j i>st ; rayon, radius, 9 Li ; 
fuseau, spindle, J>. ; tronc, irunAr, ?j»- . 

Is^l^ , k^ot^ , etc., (jCpiy?, fistules (ma- 
ladie),^ftt/ar (illness), (o^y) j**}y ', 
hemorroides, haemorrhoids, j*>)j> . 



.oia* — *•;*• 



238 



(u»»*») , to&«t*B eunuque, eunuch, t _ s ^- . 
• 2 u»(tt chitrer, to castrate, lS a>- . 

- |iyii»inw ; - UtyftM eunuque, ennuch, ^a>- . 
i \§j*,'Ji* ecrire mal, to write badly, »LI 

Ua»va» morceau (d'etoffe), />tet« {of goods), 

1 <^Cm , , couper, to cut, &i ; etendre, 
to extend, A. . - 1 ^e^»f , (?) s'eten- 
dre, to spread, Jz.1 . 

4 iai.^> germer, to sprout, c-j ; faire ger- 
mer, to mafc sprout, C-jl ; gram., conju- 
gucr, to conjugate, ^-> j^ . -"i&xytaaf 
se propager, to be propagated, j-ili! ; 
se ramifier, to ramify, .__>Lij . 

_ l^jnw branchu, fourchu, many bran- 
ched, forked, o\i^i> -u* t ^ „«■*.?,. . 



.»»_ *_'• 



- )k.°i.t t a> et ]b^^xyu, pousses, bran- 

ches, shoots, branches, uUapl <. i- j j . 

- |i^)ut ramification, ramification, 

i^^tj j ramure, branches, bLa*\ ', gram., 
conjugaison, conjugation, cJoj^oj . 

l r 
i. <S>imCO } y sucer, to suck aj> \ avaler, 

absorber, to swallow, absorb, «L . 

- |6i3ja» et |k3o;*» absorption, absorp- 

tion, f^Axjl . 

- 2 i3jjn avaler, to swallow, rh . 

ii. 1 id>* , , fermer, obstruer, to shut, 
block, -u t jl* . - 1 iSJe«»f />. 

)3y» seraphins, seraphims, <ijjl» . 
I»a3;*» turban, tiare, turban, tiare, i.Lp 

1 y 
i. «^*-CO , , spolier, to despoil, i_~f . 

- \L*ia> vide, «n/rt>>, j- jli ; vain, vain, 

Ji»L) j (homme) de rien, worthless 



{fellow), Ji Oj) ; (c^U /./»/. ; 
vanites, vanities, J^»Ij! J idoles, iaWj, 



- &*(&*•« en vain, vainly, S^Ij . 

- |Las»;*» vanite, vanity, u^lu . 

|| ILao-.^k en vain, vainly, 5U»b 
|| pa*o~ Loo**** vaine gloire, vain- 
glory, JtL if . 

- 2 lb^m vider, to empty, (a.) f- j j 

depouiller, frustrer, to despoil, frus- 
trate, rj>- t (A.) ^^ ; rejeter, to 
reject, rj» ; vomir, to wmif, »U . 
- 2 u»»fcj»f p. ; r. ; etre separe, to 
ie separated, J-a«jI . 

- [«^ao pauvre, poor, jv>* ; vain, hawi, 

J^. • 

- bu^A^Ms pauvrement, poorly, Jam . 

* A r 

- ILoa^ono privation, privation, jU ^>- • 

pauvrete" volontaire, voluntary po- 
verty, tSjL^-l jii . 

- loyoM :'</. ; action de vider, emptying, 

ijjjjj j depouillement, spoliation, 



ii. x i*;*. , 



dechirer, to tear, 3j> 



carder, to car*/, (a.) -^ . - 1 a>jk«»/ />. 

- p>o;j» , r. a^ . ; pan (de nuage), {cloud) 

bank, (-e) Jil . 

- \s>+a> ou \j>id» peignes de fer, iron 

combs, .uu*. j* J»liJ j dechirures, 
sillons (dans la chair), lacerations, 
furrows {in the jlesh), j»^j1 ( Cj\ju}x 
(jlJ-I j iLi-^l) ; \Loi*m etoupe, 
tow, iilL. . 

- ^ov^us, ^eya«u«, |a^«aw, etc., peigne 

de fer, iron comb,Ai k ii~\,y> J*i. • anat., 
cou-de-pied, instep, i-j . 
• 2 u>^a» peigner, to comb, i^JL. . 

UaV«* , ar. j^ , arabe, arai. 

- lLa^av«> islam, islam, j«^Ul . 



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k 9 y 

, pi. \t>ZL , vigne, vine, f£\ 
rejeton, shoot, fj . 

- 2 LtW planter, £tablir, to plant, establish, 

l»tf I i t__**i ; affermir, to strengthen, 
(**) C-j ; pousser des racines, to put 
forth roots, Tjj-U c~j\ . - 2 l[L»/^. 

- |L6*u» ferme, firm, c^\i . 

- &*|Ltau» fermement, firmly, oLi . 

- |LoLtau» Constance, fermete\ constancy, 

firmness, oLI i aU- ; stability stabi- 

- ILLacd t«f. j| |LL«j» ^/ pousser des 

racines, to put forth roots, Tj j.L»-c_j! . 

|oka> hiver, winter, ,LJ; ; temp6te, storm, 

- |jokoa hivernal, wintry, ^jzi . 
- 3 ^b»l hiverner, to winter, Li . 

- lLai«tau» hivernage, wintering, Ji. . 
v* 4 *^ 4 , ff~lX°S> Kgne, vers, line, verse, 

))k-CD secret, secret, _^ || |^4a secre- 
tement, secretly, \ _^ . 

- IL^k*» «/. • mystere, mystery, i»i.U . 

- D-J*-fcv» secretement, secretly, \^ . 

- |Lo£*&« nature cached, At'rf(&n natare, 



- l*f oka* action de cacher, concealing, . 

- 2 jkao cacher, couvrir, to conceal, 
cover, (Jl*)J& < ^\ • proteger, to 
protect, ^ ; enterrer, to bury, Jis . 
m £ f Lk**l p. • r . 

- b*|*kaoM en secret, secretly, oi^ . 

- ^j6^» deTenseur, defender, ,»U , 

- ILoy&auo protection, protection, 4j\,~ . 

- |«&a» voile, w?tf, .^- ; secret, cachette, 

secrecy, hiding-place, Lk 4 ^ ; garde, 
protection, keeping, protection, ^j*- 
<±\f- ; defense, fortification, iiLi»- . 

- l«Lo«a , /#., Complies, Compline, ;^L* 

jUJI . 
- 3 »e<*»/ cacher, to conceal, A>.\ . 

1**-*° , , renverser, abattre, to over- 
throw, pull down, JaJL-l i »Ja • reTuter, 
contredire, to refute, contradict, ^U 
,j^jU ; calomnier, to calumniate, gjil 
J* ; — intr., se raviver (blessure), to 
open again {wound), Jii. . - 1 j[k»/ p. ; 
id. intr. 

- i$ofe*a destructeur, destructive, destro- 

yer, |oU j calomniateur, calumnia- 
tor, jJu . 

- I* 6 ** J » U»ok*» destruction, destruc- 

tion, < r J^ ; calomnie, calumny, »ljal . 





* 70, 70, v • ; * 700, 700, v • • . 
f-»» lettre 'e, letter 'e, j^ o^J-l . 
IjM. fete..., v. jq-v . 

\^ ""*^ / . 1 i-av etre epais, to thicken, 
j£ i ^if j etre enfM, to swell, fjj. 

- U^-± j px*. , £pais, dense, thick, dense, 

^Ai- i Jv£ j lourd, heavy, ii-lp ; 
stupide, stupid, \1> j enfle, swollen, 

- tw(In_v stupidement, stupidly, '*'%> ; 

grossierement, roughly, 4J_^is£ . 

- |La»^-i. epaisseur, thickness, j£ J den- 

site, density, iiliT ; enflure, swelling, 
fjj> lourdeur, rusticite, heaviness, 
rusticity, 4J_^i»- 4 ib^U. . 

- \u2l.± enflure, swelling, mjJ fangeux, 

muddy, J*-_j=- . 

- l*aa_*. epaisseur, thickness, j£ . 
-[uiiu. enflure, swelling, rjj . 



- |i*> % epaisseur, thickness, J&- j en- 

flure, swelling, fjj ; |I^^sj. man- 
teau, mantle, «Lt , 

- 2 >«aj>. epaissir, to thicken, (a.) Jilt j 

endurcir, to harden, l jiS- 4 (*i.) ,__Ls . 
- 2 t-^-\Ll p. ; r. ; s'enfler, to raw//, 

1 ^ 

» "^^ , , faire, to do, make, J^ 4 mL^> J 
creer, to create, jl^- ; refaire, to do again, 
V^ S^ I reparer, to repair, ™L*\ j 
engendrer, produire, to breed, produce, 
(<i.) i^-l- i (Ju) iJj ; preparer, to 
prepare, La ; travailler, to work, J*^ii ', 
exercer (un metier), to exercise (a 
trade), (*«w>) ^jU J etablir, to «to- 
blish, /it I j mettre, to put, *J> j ; ordon- 
ner (un pretre), sacrer, to ordain, 
consecrate, (a.) c_iiL- 4 (tils') ~.j j 
pousser, contraindre, to urge on, com- 
pel, >>-! t *" J passer (le temps), 



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to spend {time), (ci^JI) J-Aj ; celebrer 
(une fete), to celebrate {a feast), Ji£»-I 
(■*=*>) ', faire bien, convenir, to look 
well, fit, J»lj t jJ l prendre pour, 
estimer, to take for, deem, j-z*\ <. >_■,..->- ; 
<a , agir contre, to act against, -UJ ^f- • 
%*. , preposer a, to set over, Je- /»Ui . 
- 1 v^L/ />. Jj uo u*a ou &IL«~a l^a* 
elle est au plus mal, she is past recovery, 
JU- l_^»1 Jt ^ [I ^m *■&*■ il va bien, 
/z£ « £w?//, C-*--dU. || Li^oLa |o« ^-r'- 
il <£tafr dans la peine, he was afflicted, 
JjLu jj L-jo/ n**^ l>*ax ^n comment 
s'est passe votre voyage ? how has your 
journey been? ? liijyL. £jjp~ C*£ || q v 
(-9/ donner autorit£, to give authority, 
(.A-) JaL. t plSl j| Laa- ^a^ contracter 
amitie, to knit a friendship, "4\x^> aSp 
|| |&» jav parier, to speak, iSo ; tenir 
sa parole, to fe*/> on^'j word, -cJSii *\i j 
obtemperer, to oAey, ?U»1 ||<**&> *a». 
ok |aaaa>/ faire semblant, to pretend, 
jt>\& || |&*. *a>. pr^texter, to a/to£«, 
^»-l || Iksoj , l3o«;3 »a». tenir la 
place, to take the place, Al* fl* || v^ 
L^£L fermer la porte, to jAai /fe door, 

. Ija^a. cr^ateur, creator, jJU- j agent, 
auteur, a^enf, author, »-j— c J«U. 

■ |Lo»ani. creation, creation, jl>- : pro- 
duction, production, *LiJi j confec- 
tion, fabrication, execution, manufac- 
ture, *^. . 

It-a*. creature, creature, ili>- ; /. 

IL v-a». fait, action, /arf, act, J«i s J^ ; 

affaire, chose, fl/fair, thing, *^ i ^-1 j 

ILl^ns. ^/. • affaires publiques, public 

affairs, «u.J-^ 7^" ■* • 
ILo**^ , c. |Loyaa^ II |a&A*>/ Lov<ai. 

simulation, simulation, j> Uxi ||Lov«=». 



P<My3 prosopopee, prosopopoeia, 

■loU jkJI . 

. I^ao. , v=o> , serviteur, esclave, servant, 

slave, J_p <. i»jI*- . 

■ k*|t2o. en serviteur, en esclave, like a 

servant, a bondsman, •UxS' l fi\±S . 

■ Ho*a». petit serviteur, little servant, 
• |l>t£o- de serviteur, of servant, ,_$«->U- . 

*.»» r *, r 

' * r . m 

■ ILo^ao. service, service, <uo>- j culte, 

■ |»2a. action, operation, creation, pro- 

duction, deed, operation, creation, pro- 
duction, i\£-\ i ,jj£> <■ *^f~ <■ J^ J cons- 
truction, construction, »l^ ; adminis- 
tration, administration, juti j ceuvre, 
work, J^ ; creature, creature, iaJU- J 
affaire, chose, a/fair, thing, ^ s ^1 ; 
biens, goods, iJ^U J cargaison, cargo, 
~<~& ; r^alit^, reality, *jLa»- |j l^axa 
en fait, in /<k/, ,Jj>-iJL) || itaA. «aAj 
etre fait, to be done, J— »ii i ('f J- 1 *- j' 
|| IqiN t»fc>*/ accomplir, to accom- 
plish, 0»-jl . 

. |L»av domesticity, <fe servants, |»loA-'l j 
famille, household, <1j'U • bagages, 
affaires, biens, baggages, affairs, goods, 
£j\j&- i So^l ( ajcj.\ j abondance, 
/>toni>>, »^T . 
&*Liv^ en r^alit^, in fact, SJLjU-Ij . 
l^ao.» || v o»t_t^/ »a v ao l'ceuvre de 
leurs mains, the work of their hands, 

Iqvw enchantement, enchantment, j& . 

' 3 v»*/ faire faire, to woAe do, J-il J 
exciter, mouvoir, to excite, move, vi-»- 
(it) iJ^>- j tourmeiiter, to torment, 
(i.) i_jJip ; faire, agir, to <&>, aef, 



^ax — *a*. 



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l^"' J^ j produire, to produce, x~j\ . 
- »avLLf p. 

- |Lo«£»mo procreation, procreation, oVj J 

inspiration, inspiration, ,>ilj . 

- k*l>*axao par efficience, by efficience, 

- iLaJ^avi efFet, effect, JjLw ; action, 

operation, action, operation, J«i t J-P ; 
oeuvre, iuor£, «^. j affaire, affair tJ »\ , 

- Iv^^Lfioo ; > btaalfioo energumene, 

energumen, ■ky.x* . 

- r pm , saf'el, asservir, soumettre, to 

enslave, subdue, »*Z*-\ <. XfC*A j con- 
traindre, to compel, jv-\ . - r *ai.k»/ 
A ; r. 

- l*av»M serf, in bondage, Xs- • serviteur, 

servant, 10U- . 

- k* I *»»>*» en esclave, slavishly, L-Lc . 



.* * * 



i- if ■** r * 

lt ^*» j - |Loj^^^»m asservisse- 

ment, servitude, bondage, servitude, 

- r J*^ 5 /o'W, c *=»* . - r ilaLlip. ; r. 

* * • * » 

- |j*aa*. servitude, servitude, 40j>» . 
lytaa* froment, ujAco/, ikj- . 

4N». TtV , 5 } etre epais, to ie thick, dxj? . 

- \§*=aL epais, thick, dLf • touffu, 

spreading, .JutT ; boise, wooded, jJ~ • 
nombreux, numerous, Ju Jp . 

- b*4fr.-v> sans cesse, unceasingly, ^Aj 

- iLa^aa. £paisseur, thickness, "^\c ' 

tumulte, tumult, Aj>jJ> . 

- i& aa * j c. \§*aL , riche, rich, ^ . 

- )^it epais, fAicA, ^b . 

- |^au abondance, multitude, plenty, 

multitude, jj+*- 4 Sjo t «^*j . 



■ s >^ rendre abondant, to make plen- 
tiful, (^i.) j*f . 

- Igtaoi ^paisseur, thickness, SibT ; c. 



1 r 



, K } passer, to pass, jc • echap- 
per a, to escape, j* \J- ; depasser, to 
go beyond, jjU- ; (/.,(», l'emporter 
sur, to be superior to, Jli ; rf., o , ^ , 
traverser, parcourir, to cross, travel 
over, jbJ t jf \ inonder, envahir, to 
inundate, invade, j jIp i/ ; LaS> , ^ 
aller chez, to go to, Jlt-^i J ^1 mar- 
cher contre, to march against, Jc >»-LJaJ j 
persuader, to persuade, «J! ; ta , ^ , ^i ? 
transgresser, to transgress, iJJU- j pre- 
ceder, to precede, J~- ; se retirer, s'en 
aller, to retire, be off, jilail c <_-»»-Jl j 
cesser, to re«5«, J ' J J laisser passer, 
manquer, to omit, miss„jt- j*& l IL>-1. 
- 1 ^a».L[ p. ; etre neglige^ to be omit- 
ted, (jf) J^T ; pecher, to «n, UuU ; 
regretter, to «g«/, J* ^u-U || ^k 
^a. |&»;a omettre, ne pas pouvoir, to 
omi/, not to Ae able, ^ (iu) ^J c J** I 
1 1 l~W t^^ passer sur le chemin, etre 
en route, to />osj on the road, be en route, 
I /U OlT c jj^^all j*. \ sortir du droit 
chemin, to go off the straight way, j j\j 
fJai-il Jj __^aJI jc || \i3A^ ^x. ^ax abuser 
du vin, to misuse wine,jS-\i~>jZ. j^-i«J, 

- tav p. a. ; gram., transitu, transitive, 

-U^t J |L«a*. y. ; dysenterie, dysen- 
tery, jUj . 

- lyaa^n. ag. ; voyageur, traveller, Jl—* • 

transgresseur, transgressor, JjU- : 
transitoire, caduc, transitory, j\c 
JJ I J J |bu<paa^ les choses passageres, 
the transitory things, £j~& I jJI . 

- &*|y&a^ en passant, in passing, jLilJ* . 



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*-&* 



■ ILoyaav transgression, transgression, 

J> . 

■ **av qui passe, who crosses, j U j qui 

depasse, who passes, jjl^- J passd, 
past, (j^L. . 

■ \U*± passd, past, ,j-;L. c JjL . 

t' * " 
• IJax , *av , passage, passing over, 

J ' ->_** ', g"^j f ord , s» J ddtroit, 
straits, J~** j I'autre rive, region 
au-dela, the other shore, land beyond, 
jrf- Jaii jvi\ ; fin, limite, end, limit, 
■A*- «■ *ilf ; Ja* , prep., au-dela de, 
beyond, »ljj || P^»l» ot*?a* la terre 
entiere, the whole earth, l$Ll& ^j^l 
|| ;a^» , ^ka. ^m , c. £x prep. 

|^»* passage, passage, jy^ ', trans- 
gression, transgression, 3ji- . 

llfa=u>. passage, passage, jys. • trans- 
gression, transgression, Jj^f" ; fin, 
end, 3jL^ . 

itaJa passage, passage, j*> i jys. j 
ILj. ivw w/. ; gu£, ./orrf, j«w ; bac, 
ferry-boat, Sj.u- t — IJa j commen- 
tateur, commentator, j~k» . 

pi^^tae franchissable, passable, jvo 
(if) ; qui s'dcoule, gliding away,j\c-\ 
pecheur, sinner, '^l*- . 

|Laj;aa,N i a transgression, transgression, 
<Jj>-', sottise, foolishness, 4*^Aj . 

3 ^aa./ faire passer, to maAe />&«, ^ 
(a«) j laisser passer, to ta ^sm, — f 
-L**^ J passer (le temps), to pass 
(time), (cJJ\) ^ ; traduire, to 
translate, jt-j 5 convertir, to convert, 
tS-AA J transporter, emmener, oter, 
to transport, take away, remove, Jii 
«*j c j (_jbj • expulser, to e*£e/, j^ j 
percer, to pierce, v-Ju ; faire cesser, 
abroger, to stop, abrogate, Jlu c Jljl 
(<i«) ; andantir, to annihilate, ^"^ ; 



pardonner, to forgive, ~L- j omettre, 
to omi'f, J«*l J faire publier, instituer, 
to proclaim, institute, Ai\ <. 9-\s\ . 
- 2 ^LL? p. 

- \*'^x» n. ag. ; passeur, ferry-man, jw ; 

interprete, interpreter, j-Ju ; passage, 
passage, jv* . 

» AP * ft 

- |La>;A».L6oa traduction, translation, 

»a* H£ber..., v. n. pr. 

- Uiax hdbreu, hebrew, $jf || L$a 

U*2* lc pcuple juif, the hebrew 
people, c£-^fJl i-.«,*.H . 

- k»)*a>. en hdbreu, in hebrew, (jjl/uJl* J 

en aramden, in aramaic, ^Li^Ij . 

2 cv^ deciliter, to debilitate, J*il . 

- |-y^» paraly tique, paralytic, «li 

1 j^v, etre engourdi, to fo? benumbed, j-i»- . 

- Ija^S engourdi, benumbed, jj»- . 

- Iv^ engourdissement, numbness, j0»- . 

M>^^» veau, ca//", J«* ; |6\^ oa 1&^£ 

g^nisse, heifer, *L*£ . 

- ^^ 1° vite, quickly, l \>*u • 2° aus- 

sitot, directly, j/U- J 3° facilement, 
«m7y, *J_h~j j| ^si^ lrf - 7 ° et 2 °- 

- |6ik^. e/ l&s^ chariot, cart, aJ^c . 

- |i>&s^ petit chariot, little cart, <L^t 

- 2> %s^ rouler (tr.), to ro// aifq)' (tr.), 

- r ^4^ , /'arW, u*. ; - %^L/ /».; r. 

- I^**^ action de rouler, de se rouler, 

rolling (tr. and intr.), -rj>-& <. "'*?_}>-* . 

l Tl 

^^^» , , etre couchd, to lie, *j?\ \ 
tomber, to fall, -LL. ; - 1 ««^ j j 
jeter, to car/, ^> . - 1 ^l/ />. 



a** — 1^ 



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- ^^ couchd, lying down, *»& j mort, 

dead, £~~t . 

* * + * 

- (Loj*^ prostration, prostration, J»Ua*:l . 

- K^ &at couchd, lying, pLfH ; des- 

truction, destruction, vlr* - j mort, 
death, Cjja ; enfers. Hades, *>*>■ . 

- £ y^. jeter a terre, pr^cipiter, to cast 

down, precipitate, -^ fa i **f\ i J-b- . 

'*^ ^ j t^J , epais, thick, J*j£ ; 
pesant, heavy, JJL* ; rude, gross, JiJp ■ 
cruel, cruel, ,^-li ; terrible (voix), 
dreadful {voice), (jj^u») i -V £ • 

- |Lo;^£ epaisseur, thickness, 4*LiT j lour- 

deur, stupidity, dullness, stupidity, 
Sa^j t 3btAt j duret£, rigour, IjVji j 
cruaute, cruelty, itlki . 
■ 2 *4s£ rendre rude, to mafe forsA, 

-•»°^ > /• ^- '^->*4i > grossier, 
coarse, JaJp . 

- ILofa^ rusticity, rusticity, ujis- . 

1 6-^^ palpitations, palpitations, uuLi^- , 
"s^ , , frapper de la corne, to gore,^>. 

J"** , p^ep., jusqu'a, till, Jl j pendant, 
rfunng, .bjl J ; — eon/., 1° tandis 
que, tant que, whilst, as long as, \^u 
l»U L. j 2° jusqu'a ce que, till, o\ Jl j 
3° avant que, before, \^J || fiji «/. 5° 
|| tfa| ji. pendant quelque temps, for 
a time, L->- || V^i \is\ JL pendant 
peu de temps, a little while, S^wai ix, 
|| (te2 a* ^, pendant quelques jours, 
during a few days, oj-U* LU II < % u £o »£ 
peu s'en faut, nearly, JJl V ^ . 

i. x p. , yaxi , extirper, to weed out,^*\z«\ ; 
sarcler, to weed, (SU*-) ^ . 



- Ijtti flocon de laine, lock of wool, 

n. x ji ; - 2 ȣ Her, to ii'nrf, iu j . 
fL^. eglise..., v. jas. . 

» • 

»*^* > ^ > s e jeter sur, prendre, to 

rush at, take,j\»- 1 Jp Iap ; o } arriver 
a, to happen to, J i-b- ; atteindre, 
touch, ^> . - x i*^.L/ , ,jo , etre deiivre" 
de, to be freed from, j* u ^i^ . 

- !&-♦*. calamity, calamity, iJU j fan- 

tome, phantom, ~t . 

- |B-»i. terre frrangere, strange land, 

- \1*. 1° irf. ; 2° condition d'^tranger, 

foreignness, <*ji- . 

- ^^ Stranger, foreign, ^J. . 

- |Lo-~v*- , c. [If. 2° ; retraite, solitude, 

retreat, solitude, IjLi- 1 ti jp ; inimitid, 
enmity, SjJ* . 

- ^l»ai Stranger, foreign, ^J- ; irrt- 

gulier, irregular, S-itUJ! ^U* , 

- ILiwjai. caractere Stranger, foreign- 

ness, itj* . 
- 3 cj^/ faire arriver, to Anng , J-^jl j 
faire surmonter, to make overcome, 
(A.) c-ii ; se jeter sur, to rush upon, 
Jp lap ; s'emparer de, arracher, 
to seize upon, wrench, i_ik^-l (, ■_ 1-^ • 
obtenir, to ^rf, Jp J^ ; ddlivrer, to 
deliver, Alii J — detourner, empe- 
cher, to torn aujay, kinder, ^.cpij. 

- |Lx.poo separation, parting, JijM ; 

liberation, deliverance, SUjI . 

|a^. sorts, lots, ?Ji . 

^3^- jusque la, encore, till that moment, 
still, Lil c li* J I • rdcemment, 
recently, UjA*. || ^^* jj pas encore, 
no< yet, U . 



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* 



I. ^»X } t reprendre, blamer, to 
find fault with, blame, j«V c JJU . 
- 1 %^L} p. 

- \Lf- blamable, blamable, ~.i ; |&*^ 

f. ; reproches, reproach, oLol; . 

- pLji. blamable, blamable, ~.i . 

- ^lU^i. coupablement, culpably, ^Xs . 

* * * 

- ILa^ji. etat reprehensible, reprehen- 

sibleness, i-L. . 

- U^.j4. 1° blame, 6/arar, >o ; 2° faute, 

mistake, ikU . 

-|i£fax ; -ll^o^. id. 1°. 

- ILaOktxbM correction, correction, Jj-UJ . 

- 2 ^>»aL/ 1° faire des reproches a, to 
upbraid, (.i.) gj ; 2° s'accuser 
reciproquement, to acciwe each other, 

£> • 

- Jjjai. reproches, reproach, jvjjl . 
- 3 w7, i*, c . *%Zl} lo. 

ii. ^^- , or. Joe 5 recenser, to take the 
census of^a~\ j percevoir, to collect,^. 

- ^t^.L , ar. JjOjJ 9 capitation, poll- 

tax, \y»- . 

\£>W ou [iUo , ^ , lA , jusqu'a, until, J I 
|| i \m*\ 1° jusqu'a ce que, till, ul Jl ; 
2° au point que, so that, ul Jb- Jl 
|| , \L\} ^ id. 2°. 

- fi»^ (= (ioi \x+*-) , v*i*v , jusqu'a 

maintenant, till now, uVI J I . 

Mt* temps, time, uUj j moment, heure, 
moment, season, **L* c ul j saison, 
season, J-^j j annee, year, i— j fois, 
few, 3^ ; ^^ 5 abs.-cst. ; ^r#., pen- 
dant, daring, ,lifl j || ^, passager, 
temporary, j-L j| v p! i^/ comme jadis, 
oj o/oW, t*u» if || v £ v ^ de temps 
en temps, /rom frW to ti»», Jl cJj j. 



-^ II \^ \£ annee, year, <* ■ 
pendant une annee, rfuring a year, 

^ Sa * II \t^ \^ \* chaque annee, 
every year, i- Jf || ^ f^ , ? ar . 

chives, record-office, t _ r 4>\ J i\S iil^- . 

- )Lif. temporel, temporal, ^.j . 

2 \?- rendre heureux, to delight, o»J ; 
orner, to arfom, (.i.) ^ j j remplir, 
to fill, -^ , - 2 K ^L'l p. ; vivre dans 
les delices, to CTy'qy delights, jCj . 

- v »*» effemine, effeminate, £jlj£ • agre- 

able, pleasant, JL.J . 

- (j»ox delices, mollesse, delights, softness, 

J^Ju i jCj ; ornement, onzamenf, ij j. 

(\t v ) • V*** Eden, paradis, Eden, para- 
dise, ^yjlji <. UOt . 

->»]»>. paradisiaque, paradisiac, ^jij . 

> r 

r j*.jx celebrer une fete..., v., fax . 
i^a«\ , /)/. ^^ 5 boucle de cheveux, 

curl of hair, *L*i- . 

If** , > aider, to A«//», a^L- . 

- Ijj*. utile, iwe^a/, «iU ; raiji., secours, 

- Ijo^v aide (m.), helper, J&\ . . 

- 1^.^ id. 

- (♦»* J - I'jjai- secours, A«/£, «-Ul . . 

- 2 j,k aider, to Ae//», Oe-U . - 2 jJ£|.//>. * 

tirer profit, to draw profit, »ixjl ; 

>jiL/ , imper., porte-toi bien ! be 

well! ! ii\ iJUU . 

- bj^» aide (m.), A«//w, OcL- j utile, 

useful, »iU . 

- ^b jji» utilement, usefully, «UU . 

- ILaiypM j - Iftox secours, help, S-uL^. . 

- l^t^L id. ; qui aide, helping, Oe-L- . 

- ILo^t^L secours, A«//>, SAaL«. . 



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1 r t\ 

j J©*^»- (or. yoix) se rappeler, to remem- 
ber, £i3 . - 1 »o»xL/ et 1 »«HiL/ id. \ 
etre mentionne, to 6e mentioned, e^X> Jl 
[ uj>o>i. je me suis rappele, 7 remem- 
bered, OjS aJ || o>I&i t«fc se ressaisir, 
to recollect oneself, *— ii J1 jIp . 

- | **<*>. qui se rappelle, remembering, 

- |Lo»*o>>. souvenir, remembrance, £'± . 

- [j^oitt. id. ; memorial, memorial, 

j\S ii ; commemoration, commemo- 
ration, £ i j avertissement, warning, 

4^ J comnientaire, comment, j-, «J • 

anniversaire, anniversary, jlS'oJ . 

- lyotx memoire, memory, S^Tli . 
- 2 j«n* rappeler, commemorer, to 

remember, commemorate, £'s \ avertir, 
to u>arn, (.i.) <*J . - 2 >£^L/ />. ; etre 
retenu dans la memoire, to be kept 
in memory, SjTloJI jiii^l j c. 1 >»»i . 

- [i^ot^a n. ag. ; archiviste, archivist, 



- 1jw*>. avertissement, warning. 

» 

.* <» r if ■" r ' *' r » 

|Laj)o>^» rappel, exhortation, reca//, 
exhortation,^ jdi^iajj ; memorial, 
memorial, S^TJU ; commentaire, 
comment, j*~Ju . 

L * 
\W^. etre apte, to fo a/rf, jilj . 

- (lit**, apte, apt, Ji\j* ; favorable (vent), 

favourable (wind), (t^j) iiijj- . 

- &«Lioi*. avantageusement, to advan- 

tage, »-lJlaj , 

- |LaJo>i. 1° aptitude, aptitude, i~UI ; 

2° convenance, conveniency, *m\j» j 
3° occasion, opportunity, i~<tjs , 
-|L£*. irf. 5°. 



$0*^- , , etre en rut, to rut, 3\j J 
bruler de desir, to turn zviYA desire, 
\iji> J*=il ; etre en fureur, to i« in a 
rage, ^U . 

- I jo*». impudique, lustful, _^U . 

- |Loyo>*. lascivite, lasciviousness, * jUj . 

* *s » 

- *4 0>*. oa J-.oi/ en rut, rutting, iijSj ; 

impudique, lustful, ^L . 

1. JJ 

/Q^«- gemir, to ^roan, JJ ; hurler, 

to Aoa>/, t5j* . 

- I Lai cri, cry, r^ _ r /> • gemissement, 

groan, r\fi • hurlement, howling, >Jj* . 
■ 2 u» aboyer, hurler, to 6arA, AotwZ, 

- 3 uo>7 faire gemir, to make groan, 



C* 



<i1a»- 



£ 



j&: 



, ef /. I&^av } foret, bois, forest, 
wood, ~<JaJ- c iiLi . 

- \>a.za fourre, thicket, i^T , 

- M*** sac, wallet, 4~e • coffre a habits, 

clothes trunk, <_>LJ JjX^7 . 

- 3 o-^/ obscurcir, voiler, to overcloud, 
shroud, >-«- c Jiil . 

5*^- »n/., a savoir, done, to tw'f, indeed, 

Til t ^1 . 

- |^ habitude, AaiiV, 3^U . 

- ^»^v habituel, customary, ^^U j fami- 

lier, familiar, J>j}{* , 

- k.L>^ selon l'habitude, according to 

the custom, e^Ui !_-—»- . 
- 2 ^ habituer, to habituate, s*z ; 
apprivoiser, to torn*, (-i.) ^1 . 
-t^lip. 

- |**mo habituel, ordinaire, customary, 

usual, (J»_fJL t (.jiL . 



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habitude, habit, olc . 
- 3 »^/ habituer, to habituate, iy. • 
s'habituer, to get accustomed, jIipI . 

i} ^-] . lJU fete, feast, a_e . 

- Ui)\± de fete, festal, ,jx^. . 

- 6-bjJ-x avec fetes, with feasts, jLc! «w . 

- |^.ji. , etc., fete, feast, -Lc . 

- r j4.*I , palpel, cel^brer une fete, to cele- 

brate a feast, x^ Ji^-I , - r^Lj" /». 

(jO^-) . \U , l* , />/- ILii , eglise, 
cAarcA, L^T. _ 4^". ^L^ (or. <*l\L) , 
etc. 

- |6-joL^ petite eglise, little church, 

- m»I-* J - J-»L»». : - M-t^ ecclesias- 

tique, ecclesiastical, ( ^~Jli' . 

- M'L** selon l'Eglise, according to the 

Church, 5-ju£jl (___.»- . 

- ILo^jL^ science eccl&iastique, «:cfe- 

siastical science, tS -JL5' ic . 

1. \fa± , ornith., chouette, 011//, i.^j . 
n. I jo*. , hot., aloes, ato«, ^JL . 
L t-* devenir fort..., v. 1 ji, . 
|-2j|«\ Opines, thorns, 'A^Z . 

Ifc "^*/ • l&± colere, anger, lL£ ; sujet 
d'irritation, matter of irritation, f-Ia 
iM 1 J affront, <#wif, jLi ; injures, 
abuse, fLi , 

- ^-i. irrit£, angry, Jib^. ; endett6, being 

in debt, {jXz. . 

m z ^-i facher, to anger, Jilil . - 2 v$l£[.f 
/>. ; subir une injustice, to suffer an 
injustice, ikil . 

- [^. irascible, irascible, <_«aiJl ^^ , 

- 3 «£-*LL? etre endett£, to be in debt,^XS . 



m*ax 9 ox 

2 * y 
*Q^» empecher, to hinder, .i. ; voiler, 
to veil, ._-»- . - 2 yo£i//i. 

- (isaLe n. ag. j perturbateur, disturber, 

- k*liso*M en empechant, £y hindering, 

- £001. empechement, hindrance, jJU j 

embuches, snarw, Jol£. . 

VOi»- foetus, fetus, j-u*- j nourrisson, 
nursling, <-juj . 

- |L<Ok.a_*. 6tat d'embryon, embryonic 

stage, (jci-l ill— J enfance, infancy, 

- IU. poulain, foal, ^ ; anon, >oan£ 

ass > ij***- ', muleton, young mule, 

II y .. . 

M^»- iniquity, crime, iniquity, crime, 

f < < ^ ' 

- Uav impie, scdlerat, impious, villainous, 

- kijjox miquement, iniquitously, Uu . 

- ILo^oi. impidt6, impiety, J& j inso- 

lence, insolence, <*li- . 

- 2 ^ai.L/ subir une injustice, to siiffer 
injury, (JUijl . 

- ILoi^axfikM injustice, injustice, Jii , 
- a ^.aa>/ agir miquement, to act iniqui- 
tously, pit ; pousser au mal, to set 
on to evil, j^\ Jc ^ ; fausser, to 
pervert, (A.) J»_^ . - 3 ^i.LL/ , c. 

P=^«-^ , /•, sac, JacA, ^-jlT. 

(»ax) . 2 >^l£wi ; - 3 >ui/ , v. \A1 . 

(j* 4 -* j /•> bouchde, mouthful, 3*il . 

* — - etre rdconfort£, to be comforted, <jjZi. 



)&x — 3oi. 



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1 9 
I, ' ?fo > j iSo^j , etre fatigue, to be tired, 

lj-jJ • s'affaiblir, deperir, to grow wea- 
ker, decline, i_ill t ^Jiw j defaillir, to 
faint, t \ji iij-Jii- . 

- \SulL fatigue, weary, oL«I ; defaillant, 

fainting, iS^Jl -^U- . 

- |fca_* , pi. |_a_». et |&_3uk. ; defail- 

lance, swoon, iJ-* ' J>*- • 

- \&+a± irf. J danse, dance, ^^ij \ incon- 

duite, misconduct, »jUj . 

- 2 v&^Lf defaillir, to faint, »\y £>JJ~ ; 

etre brise, to be broken, _ r Sj\ . 
_ 3 ia^/ lasser, degouter, to tire, disgust, 

n. 1 i&_* j v3av» j 1° doubler, to double, 
Jac-'Li j plier, to /oW, tSjl> ; 2° etre 
double, double, to be double, doubled, 
JacLJu i d*-2> . Roppr. ^\sL\ et x \aL n. 

- \k*± ou \&*\{ double, double, Jaa~J> * 

double, pli£, doubled, folded, ^JipUi. 

- bl\kJl. et bl\&*±[ doublement, doubly, 

- 2 iA-i.L/ etre pli6, to be folded, l £j*>\ , 

i, |3av co//., oiseaux, fowls, ji> j essaim, 
swarm, l>jj ; oiseau, ybu;/, ^L» . 

ii. pu rameau, branche, bough, branch, 
j^ai t ij*i ; tronc, ta/n£, fji»- . 

I. 2 «aa. vagir, to zuaii, J* I J miauler, to 

mew, »L ; crier (rat), to cry (ra/), 

II. f ■».) . t»v qui est en contre-bas, 
lower, JjL-1 . 

- ILo^i. ; - \y£- pression, pressure, Jai^» ; 

instance, entreaty, ^-U-1 . 

1 9 

JSi V , ido*j , 1° etre degoute, to 

loathe, *J^', 2° etre attriste, to fo 

graved, o j*- || o^ ka*. «/. i°. 



- |£a> affliction, affliction, ~<u j* \ diffi- 

culte, danger, difficulty, danger, \y** 
_^Lf- ; colere, anger, ■~~*i- . 
- 2 «jww faire soufFrir, to pain, bj~\ , 
- 2 ialvL/ etre degoute, to j»ro«j a«- 
gusted, <>J> . 

- iq*iv etroit, narrow, ^J> \ afflige, 

afflicted, ^j>- ||iA la***, je souftre, 
/ am in ^ain, JJ»-1 || J. 
avare, avaricious, JJ£ || 
jrf. /I ; subst., avarice, avarice, Jji . 

- *t|A -■> avec affliction, wiiA affliction, 

- |Latt**k affliction, affliction, oy- . 






_ pcitAau^. triste, grievous, ^ j>- . 

m 3 ia*±1 affliger, to afflict, ±\ J presser, to 
/»r«i, Jc i»i-i ; soufFrir, to suffer, -cl . 
• 3 ia^.LL{ />. ; soufFrir, to J«^er, ci\ j 
perdre patience, to lose patience, J-e- 
«^u^ j perdre courage, to lose cou- 
rage, <s\j~ ooi- j| o\ ksu^LLf etre 
dans une grande peine, to be very 
afflicted, 5-UAi *a~J> j jLT . 



p. a. ; p. p., afflige..., etc. 
n. ag. ; oppresseur, oppressor, 
ilk j IbuaA^w f ; peine, pain, uj- . 

- N.)nNin , c. ^.|^^■«v . 

l^aax — e< IL^la^. , pi. |L^x>ai. _ rat, 

ra/, S>U . 
(enoii. aiguillon, sting, ^r^-* . 
Ijai. fetu, poussiere, j<ra«j, rfwji, jLp 4 && . 

- lijai. , (?) pulverulent, pulverulent, 

J^GVi, aveugle, blind, ^-\ \ cecite, blind- 
ness, ^f- \ etat de borgne, one-eyed 
state, jy. . 

- !^oi aveugle, i/iW, ^1 ; borgne, 

one-eyed, jjc\ . 



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♦a*. 



*.» * 
- Mt-»<u. en aveugle, as a blind man, 

J*. 

* d * 

■ ILo^aa. excite, blindness, ^ , 

■ * >«• , * , crever (les yeux), aveugler, 
to put out (eyes), blind, (j^JI) lii 
f jf-\ I faire deperir, to make wither 
away, J^l . 

■ ILJik bien, possession, property, posses- 

sion. 



- 2 JaI aveugler, to blind, ^1 . - 2 'faLl} 
p. ; etre ou devenir aveugle, to be 
or become blind, ^ • etre devast£, 
to be devastated, ^Je. \ etre subornd, 
to be suborned, ^3j\ . 

- lyauo aveugle, blind, ^f-\ . 

*^- , »«j , veiller, to be awake, ^ . 

- \i*x et \Hl eveille, awake, 

vigilant, vigilant, watchful, 

subst., ange, angel, iH* II ±1 (^ 

'^»| assoupi, drowsy, J»li . 

- Ui*± angelique, angelic, Jo^L . 

- ts*y„L vigilamment, vigilantly, JjL.-j . 

- |Lou^ etat de veille, waking, ikL ; 

vigilance, vigilance, JiLJ . 

- z ;-a. eveiller, to wake, Jiil ; or. jLc , 

ouvrir avec effraction, to open by 
breaking, j-Si> ^ci . 

- ^\l eveiller, to wake, iiil ; exciter, 
susciter, to excite, suscitate,*L>X>-\ <. £*- ■ 
rendre attentif, informer, to make 
attentive, inform, j^-\ <. 4-jl • ouvrir 
(une tombe), to open (a grave), ~» 
(Ij^. - 3 U*LL//>. ; r. ; veiller, to 
watch, JiiJ . 

- ILa'^mo avertissement, warning, 4-fj . 

- ILafH'vLbM reveil, waking, iULi • vigi- 

lance, vigilance, JaJLJ . 



£$«.,/>/./ «/ Ij ' , corbeau, raz/en, i-jI^c . 

- (ILsjai. de corbeaux, of ravens, <j\j- , 
Vjox } ^o^ j incirconcis, uncircumcised, 

- IL&iu. prepuce, prepuce, ~J>j. . 
(lax fourre, thicket, *~aJ- . 

lUai dixieme (7 10 e ), fen'A, ^ . Rappr. 



1 r 

*^»- devenir fort, s'intensifier, to gain 

force, to become intense, j-UJ <. ^jju j 
^*. , se jeter sur, to rush on, ^e- iff hJu\ . 

- \uu± fort, violent, strong, violent, <£y 

■ijJ-i ; puissant, mighty, jjj . 

- &-.|^i_i. avec force, strongly, lyu • 

avec violence, wffA violence, <J>x*j . 

- |Lo^(-> 1° force, vehemence, strength, 

vehemence, cJ^c 4 o^J ; 2° vigueur, w- 
^"r )t A) ; 3° severite, severity, SjLi . 

- !fd> id. 1° et 2°. 

- Z I^L/ etre ok devenir fort, puissant, 

to be or grow strong, powerful, ^ji 
> ' <£>£ J s'enfler (mer), to swell 
(sea), (j*j) y» J s'emouvoir, to ie tou- 
ched, j\3 <. 'Aj£ ; fr^mir, to shudder, 
Ju-rj ; gemir, to groan, Uj ; d. ou 
v» , menacer, to threaten, iJ* . 

(Il-i.) . z i*tl etre fort, vaillant, to be 
strong, valiant, J_j t <^^» j 13 , jo^« } 
resister a, .supporter, to withstand, 
endure, l \~z>-\ <. pjli ; >%i } l'emporter 
sur, to be superior to, i__lc ; oser, to 
dare, j~*- ; — ;r., affermir, to streng- 
then, (-i») C-aj . 

- |Lojui_^m vaillance, valiance, iJLj • 

Constance, constancy, j^> . 
\\j± chevre..., v. \'\ \\ , 
\$ovl grossier, rough, jZJ- . 



»£»■ — v»- 



250 



X r 

^^JLiw , } filer, to spin, Jjc . 

- 1 %Ul/ p. 

- |L*-i tiss£, tresse\ woven, plaited, r_f-** 

Jj-kf 5 compose^ composed, <_jJj* J 
inne, innate, J^*- . 

- |J»-i. filage, spinning, J^c ; fils, threads, 

- li.ja-i. , ^(a-v , zool., gazelle, faon, 

gazelle, fawn, O^Li i Jlji. 

- ||Um «* Ut^uo fuseau, spindle, Jji. . 

- r Vui , par'el, emmeler, entremeler, 

to entangle, intermingle, dL^J t JaJU- 
tfJU- . - r ^.fclL/ p. ; composer avec 
soin, to compose carefully, lib*j iJJl . 

- jjfj a*, entrelacement, interlacing, dL>- ; 

embarras, entanglement, iiLzil ; com- 
bat, combat, <«i^. ; moquerie, 
mockery, "*ij^ . 

|6o>(_i. e/ Ikai*. anneau, sceau, nnf, 
5<?a/, fU- . 

(»J_v) . »-£* , (?) emmel£, tangled, Jalit . 

|L?fil , />/. !>?£ > *°'-> jujubier, »6e- 
/r«,iyU* ; aubepine, hawthorn, j j _^ j . 

- lyoyil langes, swaddling-clothes, <U5I . 

- T tjti. , pa'lel, envelopper de langes, 
to swaddle, (jJ) Jai . - r »fi*L/ />. 
1 ^g». detruire, ruiner, to destroy, overthrow, 
La^) \->j>- t !_JiJLji ; effacer, to erase, l^ ; 
(?) voiler, to veil, *-~?*- . - 1 ■•£»!{ />. 
II Jak*. ^ dont pdrisse le nom, may 
his name perish, *fl jj^-J . 

- ^a£* destructeur, destructive, <~>j& . 

- Jil^i. ; - Ufa*- suppression, suppres- 

sion, .Jj-i*- ; negation, negation, jLSol. 

- )£>*£«> effacage, erasing, j£ . 

U^V. , ^ , sourd, Oca/, ^l ; dif- 
ficile, difficult, i_-«w> ; stupide, stupid, 
*L\ ; obstind, obstinate, 



- k*|l£* sottement, stupidly, «*^Lj j ru- 

dement, roughly, SjL. JL . 

- |L*£g>I difficult^, difficulty, I* j*~* ; stu- 

pidite, stupidness, i*-& ; entetement, 
stubbornness, .sb* . 

- 2, *4^? etre difficile, to ie difficult, 
>_,«„rt" ; etre empech^, to if hindered, 
«uJ ; etre offense^ to be offended,^ 1 . 

l*gl , /. |teag* , ana/., hanche, hip,6jj ; 
cot£, «&, <_J^- J famille, race, family, 
race, <J^U tlL'U j os (/>/.), oonw, puis . 

i°> AAw } * t tr., 1° rendre, to £ioe back, 
jUI ; 2° se vetir de, to ^u* on, ^iJl ; 
jnfr., se tourner, revenir, to torn roana", 
come back, .si* t C-iJI ; aux, ( = de 
nouveau, = again, *Jlt=, <»*. t&£o. 
iA&»< se rasseoir, to sit down again, 
5JLJ -ui) . - M^L/ '^ fr - 2 °- 
- 1*5^ vetu, clothed, ^-i. ; revenu, 
come iacA, *>-b . 

- )A^i. vetement, garment, j-J j |&&4^ 

manteau, mantle, ^iJa« . 

- ^Sx^a retour, retarn, f^-j . 

- |^^« action de revetir, putting on, 

■ : i&^ v^tir, couvrir, to clothe, cover, 

J^ilS. - 2 A&.L/ p.;r.; revetir, 
to '^at on, > lS ^£ 1 . 

- \k^tL vetement, garment, Zj~S . 

■ 3| *ft^/ faire revenir, ramener, to make 

come back, bring back, i »U- t £-ji ; 
rendre, to ^ife 6ac£, j j ; r^pondre, 
to answer, v^' 5 vetir, to clothe, 1— T ; 
— i«fr., se tourner, to torn round, jta . 

VA^- , ' , exhaler, to exhale, r-li ; 
s'exhaler, sortir, s'elever, to fte exhaled, 
go out, rise, juiyl t ^ t (^b) C-Ja- . 



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- !>»&* n. ag. ; fumant, smoking, ^=t-X> . 

- ♦-»&• Q u i sort (fumee), going out 

(smoke), (t>^-->) AtLai. . 

- Iv^ droguiste, druggist, jUae- . 

- J-4* soulevee (mer), swollen (sea), 

- li-fr* vapeur, exhalaison, steam, vapour, 

0U-^» t j Li: j odeur, parfum, odour, 
perfume, J* i l£\j ; brulement 
d'encens, encens, burning incense, 
incense, jj£ t j^ic j^*. ; io(., aspa- 
lathe, aspalath, J>L. ; volute, volute, 
>_J>J ; p^k encens (pi.), incense, ljfi\ . 

- U'*§*> odorant, fragrant, Jac . 

- Mvfi*. et [>*fax huile de cedre, cedar-oil, 

J j VI Oi^lai ; poix, pitch, CJj . 
- 3 t£a.{ bruler (un parfum, etc..), to 
burn (a perfume, etc.), (T^Le) £j\ . 

k&> ; - l^ai. ; - (j^ov eternuement, 

sneeze, u Jat- , 

)L*. malheur ! woe! \ Jj j |j \LL mo» exe- 
crer, to execrate, j-J • ^i. ^>a». ou oj»j/>. 

Jift-i nuage, ctourf, ^ ; voile (du calice), 
veil of the chalice), (^1531) »U»p . 

- >«*.»> nebuleux, obscur, nebulous, obs- 

cure, *lk. t <rU. . 

- a ?*»».fi l »o nebuleux, nebulous, f\i- . 

- *-*/ voiler, faire disparaitre, to wj7, 
remove, Jljl ; <»-»- . 

f ,ij ^ , y* ,f, —pl. tfl* - oeil, eye, of ; 
— pl. |^_i-i. _ source, source, «J j bour- 
geon, 6arf, x-j. j ioi., oignon, bulb, 
"— *M" J— H i* arche {de pont), areA (o/ 
bridge), ( ^ S^ki ; guide, guide, JJ:> ; 
capitale (ville), capital (town), iff" It ; 
eclat, brightness, uUi ; aspect, at/»«i, 



^-> ; surface, surface, S.-L*. |j ..j.C^ 
toi-meme, yourself, dljlS |f ..*\ # Jjv } 
prep. (off. du pl.), devant, aux yeux de, 
before, in the sight of, ... jlUJI c~£ t >L.I 
If ? ^» j r^ ' &&'> devant, before, 

f^ 1 II V*** V* ) r**£ v*^ face a face » 
ouvertement, /ace to face, openly, t^j 

W ' *>rj || U^ ^ oh yl fi^ 

ouvertement, avec assurance, openly, 

boldly, jh.\ SW, j, i \ jer \\£LLbJ> 

front, forehead, l^ j| jLC ^ source, 

source, ,>*■ )| |m*.j jLI journee deja 

avancee, rfay already advanced, JU jl^I 

^^ V* a """-j sardoine, sard, j» ^^J 



-U*** ) f, rar. m., pl. )LIZ* , rar. 

ti" * 

I&-i.*m , source, source, 9_yJj s ,>* • 

- 2 V ^ regarder, to look at, J£ ; voir, 
to j«, tjlj . - 2 ^Ll{ p. 

IL^i. vengeance, vengeance, j»Uol II ^.a* 
|Lu^ punir, to punish, iJ a^>\i II ou^L 
IL^i. lui faire rendre compte, to yuej- 
iion Aim, i_-» U- . 

2 ^£». empecher, to hinder, «i* j resister, 
to resist, fjli . - 2 ^iL/ />. ; s'attarder, 
to «i oai late, ^U . 

- I^ov empechement, hindrance, *JL ; 
retard, (fe/fly, ^U . 

\iax race, famille, race, family, SilLt ; t 



'■ ^«*. , ^ok» , entrer, to coww in,,_^-3 ; 
, %a. , venir sur, attaquer, to come on, 
attack, »Ut Jtjl ; lS } comprendre, 
reconnaitre, to understand, acknowledge, 
'-jj* ' j*^ J ^ , adherer a, to arffere to, 
J I ^iJl j commencer (intr.), to begin, 
I-ixjI ; venir, approcher, to come, 
approach, >-> ju t J I j porter du fruit, 
to bear fruit, y:\ II IfioSasoa i^I ils se 



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lierent par un serment, they bound 
themselves by oath, JjiJLi II u.waiA ^ , 
[..i»r> ^i. etre avance^ en age, to be 
advanced in years, j-JIj j»t II loot "%y^ 
y oov-\ il leur etait venu a l'esprit, it 
occurred to them, J>Li Ja>- -ii || ixjAio "^x 
• 2»i. il a vecu au milieu de nous, he 
has lived in the midst of us, Ljju U ^jXe- . 

. flU , ^U , ^U , etc., pour fU , 

V^ j £* > €tc -> P- a - • 
■ IJeuLv qui entre, coming in, J*-ta J intrus, 
intruder, Jr*° • 

"^A*. entre, come in (p. p.), J^-'-s J 
initie, initiated, Je- «lk« j 1 1 li»-> V^. 
avance en age, advanced in years, 

ILo^^ initiation, initiation, Jt V ^tl 
|| |Z1ja LnN.Nv age viril, manhood, 

!<&>. , I&v , IU , ^>Z. |t&4^ et U^i. , 
cause, cause, *is- \ pretexte, pretext, 
iw- ; occasion, occasion, iL-L. j argu- 
ment, argument, uU/ ; peche, grief, 
«n, complaint, lASit t 4i;ia>- J chose, 
objet, affaire, tfing, object, affair, »^i 
_^.l t ^^p J ar. ilt , maladie, illness 
1 1 fc?vy-v , C^i. w» a cause de, on account 

°f> —S-^H || J B ^* a j » "»» '^ 
pour cette raison que, because, IJi 
<u I i_vwJl 1 1 ^1*. ^Vab pour diverses 
raisons,y»r many reasons,>-bAe<->[?*'')} . 

|.i6iii. produit, cause, produced, caused, 



'(*)■ 



causal, causal, 



final, 7*"<^ 5 <J^- j derive^ derivative, 



■ \lit&\. derive^ derivative, Jii. . 

&I}j&}. causativement, causally, L^— J 
par occasion, u^on occasion, \~Zy- ', 
par derivation, Ay derivation, JULib . 



- Il2£x entree, entrance, J^>o ; debut, 

beginning, *\jcj\ . 

- |&&v , ^>/. I&&I <?< |e^ , fruit, 

produit, fruit, produce, rjz^ t a^e . 

- l&tt , ^>» , entree, arrivee, entrance, 

arrival, 6j~aj t J^i ; |&^*m id. ; 
introduction, introduction, -L^e j com- 
mencement, £«£tRRtng,»1>&1 j retour, 
return, f'j^-j J dddicace, dedication, 

- ... J^Loo commencement de..., begin- 

ning of..., ...»Ij^I . 

- \i±xx> entree, entrance, J^>o t J*" -4 * > 

retour, return, f_yrJ • 

- li^ao || |..itri "^&» avance en age, 
well on in the years, jJI j jcll» . 

• 2, fc^L/ etre introduit, entrer, s'avan- 
cer, to be introduced, come in, advance, 
pjJsj i Jsi-j i. (;f ) J*-^i ; envahir, to 
invade, jj\* j etre initie, to be ini- 
tiated, -JLL.1 ; >«». , s'unir a, to join to, 
Jt ~iil ; — [denom. sur |&^».) ca , pre- 
texter de, to make a pretext of, j jiU ; 
s'excuser, to apologize, ji^l . 

- H^.ai. commencement, beginning, A ■&) , 
- 3> ^f , qqf 2 d., introduire (dans), 

to introduce (in), j Jj--il -J produire, 
rapporter, to produce, yield, Jtl c y: i ; 
commencer, io fcgth, T-&I ; envahir, 
to invade, jjli . - 3, V».LL/ />. 

- |[<uAii introduction, introduction, 

Jl>-jl ' entree, entrance, Jj»-j . 

H. (^i) . r, ^I , />a//)^, battre (vent), 
secouer, to toss (wind), shake, (~j_ j)cJJ» 
iij>- ; troubler, to disturb, ^* . 
-r^i^iL/ p. 

- |Loil^i» ; - (LiAai trouble, tumulte, 

disturbance, tumult, *Li> t <J^^ . 

- \L*2*± , f, temp£te, storm, '**> j j . 



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^x V 



(^i) . |L& pasteur, pastor, f \j ; chef, 
prepose, chief, person in charge, ( _ r Jjj 
JO* J pontife, pontiff, jv- ; [II ^.\I 
pi. ; clerg£, clergy, *j_>&'\ . 

^* , ^ ? 2 J& , ete., ». \&x . 

tt-*J . |*A». crime, injustice, crime, injus- 
tice, JUi I « j* . 

- 3 iA*/ (souv. avec jja*), va , etre ini- 
que envers, to be iniquitous towards, 

12^ , } ^ , o , ^w , vaincre, to over- 
come, i_ii j surpasser, to surpass, jli ; 
opprimer, to oppress, it ; ^ , priver 
de, to «fe/in'i;e q/",,>p^ ; s'enorgueillir 
de, to become proud of, j* J*£\ . 

-\-><&L n. ag. ; injuste, unjust, |ilfc . 

- k.JA<^ injustement, unjustly, Lib . 

- |L&3Ak. injustice, trompene, injustice, 

deceit, ^i t it ; cupidite, greed, f\$> • 
orgueil, pride, >V>_jf . 

- \~\!\\ injuste, wrong, JU» . 

- IL nt i Sv oppression, frustration, oppres- 

sion, frustration, oL^- <. jy*. . 

- |i~^tt. injustice, injustice, Uk ; abon- 

dance, plenty, 3^T . 

- liaa^. injustice, injustice, JAi . 

- 2 «lL. l'emporter sur, to overcome, lJU- . 

n TV* 

- o^.L/ etre opprime, to be oppres- 
sed, pti . 

loin, outre, leathern bottle, J j . 

I V 

' ft »V , rar. I&i , W. au pi, etat de 

veille, waking state, 4kiL , 
-u.cLii. , id. ; prep., sur, aiow, Jc . 

" ^* j /"'^•j sur, a£<we, Jt ; vers, a, 
towards, to, J I t^si ; contre, against, 
±J> I pres de, near, u^i ; d'apres, 



selon, after, according to, ^ .„..■>- j au 
sujet de, a£oaf, ^y^- \ a cause de, 
pour, on account of, for, J>-V 4 ^w ; 
en plus de, outre, moreover, besides, 
J* * J ^iJ j P ar > a travers, by, across, 
,>u L 4 ia-j j* ; pendant, during, 
J:>U- || > ^a parce que, because, u^f ; 
en ce que, in what, b\ \Xf j au sujet 
de ce que, about what, L ^j^afi- • 
tandis que, whilst, ^ • en, in, j {ex. 
J— i*. ^-LjLt ^a. en deux annees, in 
two years, <>^-j) [I l»o» ^ , u« ^ 
c'est pourquoi, that's why, dil JJ II ^ 
t i*oi parce que, because, o*J • a con- 
dition que, on the condition that, .U/j 
ol || iAi> b~l je dois, I ought, ji J* ; 
j'ai, / have, ^x* j] jUaai -^ inef- 
fable, ineffable, iJa^eji V [| |fi^ae ^i , 
|£m|m ^i adverbe, atfueri, J»_,b , 

- I&v , />/. \lt£x , autel, a/iar, ^JL- ; 

sacrifice, sacrifice, *>^jJ . 

- IftZliki /»oar |fiJ!l^ , pi. de \L& . 

■ 2 i^i.elever, exalter, to raise, exalt, <Jj 
(■**) (^ > oter ' a broger, to take away, 
abrogate, ^-i t ^i^ . . 2 i^iL/ p. ; r. ; 
monter, to go up, -W> ; croitre, to 
^roa; u/>, Lc ; exceller, to «a;«Z, p- j j 
^* , etre deiivre de, to be saved from, 
J* u-a^ J ^* , cesser, to ceare, JLj . 

■ p^^o , uVm« , eleve, sublime, lofty, 

sublime, pL- ( -ij^ j precieux, />re- 

. ^.^J^w supeneurement, exrcllem- 
ment, in a masterly way, excellently, 

■ |jA*m n. ag. ; manteau, mantle, i-s- . 

■ ILot V^ elevation, exaltation, elevation, 

exaltation, JiJ 4 «i j ; majeste, majesty, 
iJip ; sup^riorite, superiority, 3yii ■ 
puissance, power, «j-ii . 



;**< 



£* 



254 



- |A*. eleve, supreme, sublime, lofty, 

supreme, sublime, fL» s JliJI .xJj \ 
excellent, excellent, Jj'U j £1^*. pZ- J 
les anges, <fe angels, ~&'j\.\ ; |6s^ik/. ; 
jKiii, partie superieure, upper part, 
<JIp »J»- |&_Av3 ci-dessus, above, 
»">U J . 

- ILn.S-k elevation, elevation, pUJ jl j 

majeste, majesty, iUa* . 

- |6J^k , ^/. |fe, ,\\ , chambre haute, 

«/>/>«• room, JJ* j crenelure, faite, 
merlon, battlements, crown, merlon, 

- |Aox Elevation, elevation, fUjjl . 

- k*liA*kM par m^taphore, metaphori- 

colly, jUI J^ > . 

- ILol^tas elevation, elevation, f-LaJjl j 

ascension, ascension, *y~* \ meta- 
phore, metaphor, jlf . 

- r Jivk , sqf'el, exalter, to exalt, (a-) Ji*. 

- ILoZ^loo arrogance, arrogance, jf~ . 

- |X>.a* orgueil, pride, ►Ijj^' . 

- ILfti.VNtw orgueil, insolence, pride, 

insolence, *»-\ij s »L ^\f . 

l.^ , io/., aloes, aloes, .di j^p . 

^ 1*^^-7 . \4i&\ , >a&. } jeune homme, 
jxwtfig man, «-»li ; serviteur, servant, 

- |.in.V> juvenile, juvenile, J Li . 

- bc)v.N\ vaillamment, valiantly, «Jl—u , 

- ILoscAv jeunesse, youth, oi~i . 

- 2 )^i». rajeunir, to make young again, 

ULi j0>- . - 2 x&lL/ /». j devenir 
un jeune homme, to become a young 
man, uLi ; agir en jeune homme, 
to act like a young man, ^LiT J^J ; 



faire le jeune homme, to play the 
young man, vLiH .jJSii ; etre mur, 
to be ripe, ~ii . 

- |^ax rajeunissement, growing young 

again, v^r* ^d-^ J enfantillages, 
child's plays, Cj^sjij . 

JL^a^^. lo _ csit ySL _ siecle, age, 
eternite, age, eternity, Sj-AjI i yo j 
2° — est. >dto> _ monde, world, 4U j 
hommes, gens, men, people, ^t^Ul j 
peuple, />«>/>/*, <_-«^ j tS5.\v /»/. j siecles, 
eternity, a£«, eternity, SjJjI c jj~ac 
|| xiLi^ , v .^\^\ , ^A^i riJ^S. , a 
jamais, for ever, -b^t Jl || ya5\>\» , 
?oii^<» £ternel, eternal, tj-ul || U 
?q\^\ U , ..SSV>.\ jamais, never, l-W 
|| |vnV> bus tombe, tomb, ji-U || ;i 
|vs\v laic, layman, tj\ic- !| ..'flNv 6&.oka 
la toujours Vierge, the Ever-virgin, 
LlJ^j icIJI || [jo^i. Ljo» g^ographie, 
geography, Lil^- . 

- j.aa.Vw laic, lay, JU* . 

- k!|inV> seculierement, secularly, Li ^U . 

- ILniWiv vanite (du monde), nara'fy (q^" 

the world), (JUI) o^Lj ; etat laic, 
secular state, *^\^ . 

- )iixTSa terrestre, worldly, ^ j\ ', laic, 

layman, J^U . 

- bu^^x seculierement, secularly, LiU . 

- ^a^x eternel, eternal, ^^ 

|j [-■-•« VvV id. 

- n.,|i->*n-«- a jamais, for ever, Jj*i/l Jl 

|| C^Laa.Y^\ id. 
m*yo£x proclamer ^ternel, to proclaim 
eternal, \jX>\^ j dire : ^A^i >q^v.\ , 
to say : ySR\> ?<S>v\ , ?oia^ : Jli 
^•«*N.y . - 2 ?a^Lf etre etabli pour 
toujours, to be established for ever, oil 

Aj-ill Jl . 



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|&a&>. , pi. \tbZL , zool., sangsue, leech ,iilc. 

- Jo^k, id*. ; adj., visqueux, viscous,rji. 

-]Lwo&±., (?) voracity voracity, ~ 
|| llaZj |L*«4& , (?) recherche du 
style, refinement of style, .Lii^l -•--.i* . 

- 2 u&a1/ resister, to rwirt, fjl* . 

J*^" ) P™P-> a vec, kk'*A, ~ ; envers, 
pour, towards, for, J t jji ;■ contre, 
against, xj, ; le long de, alongside, Jc 
t-JU- ; pendant, during, JiU- ; mal- 
gre, en depit de, notwithstanding, in 
spite oftf-\Jj || 9 >«J[ en meme temps 
que, at ffa jam* fim« as, jl \.\ II <**_* 
^*> comme il entrait, j'usf ay Ac was 
entering, J^o Laic |j |&jm; oisa-i com- 
me il parlait encore, wAtfe Ac u>oj still 
speaking,^* .^u j j| v &a£», jl$«i >«_£ 
a peine etions-nous sortis, we had just 
gone out, ^rj>- LTjISCJIj II t^aL fiu/ j'ai, 
/ have, isXs- . 

- \*1 peuple, people, ^*i ; le peuple 

juif, the Jewish people, iS^_^JI ^^..'Jl • 
les Chretiens, the christians, C^.*. y .X\ • 
foule, crowd, jjf*- \ secte, sect, S*-b 
V*- 1 * J*' 5 homme du peuple, man 
of the people, ^U ; \Jk*L , pi. ; les 
nations, les paiens, the gentiles, the 
pagans, c^ijl <. Jj\ ; |&ia_I , />/. 
Jtoiao^. } tante patemelle, paternal 
aunt, Xf- || >«_». joa chaque nation, 
each nation, i.1 JS" • oiKtt-* »"-■■■» 
leurs parents, (A«> relatives, »*■ jlil . 

- £»*!_>. paien, ^a^an, JJj ; plebeien, 

plebeian, ^U . 

- ^|mu paiennement, paganly, Ljj . 

(*1) . \La*L± f ar. i.l> , turban, turban. 

(l»^) . 2 i*aLi/ , (?) £tre aveugle, to be 
blinded, ^ . 



^»i. — a\a 



1 y 



, se plonger, etre plonge, to 
plunge, be plunged,^ ; etre baptise, 
to be baptized, -uu>l j se laver, to wash 
oneself, J— =c1 ; se coucher (astre), to 
set (star), (^) V U ; . 1 ji*!/ etre 
baptise, to i« baptized, -Uiel . 
Ijom^. plongeur, diver, ^JoU j candi- 
dat au bapteme, candidate to baptism, 

baptise, baptized, £f ) ju*. . 
coucher (d'astre), setting (of star), 
(^)vj/ J bapteme, baptism, i^l . 

- lk«9a**M piscine, piscina,"^ j ; lavage, 
washing, f |^i ; bapteme, baptism, 
jU 1 If Ibujaauaa ft^a baptistere, £a£- 
tistery, jIjJI ^ . 

- 2 jSoa J - 3 j»-*7 immerger, to an- 
num, (J») a J&, ; baptiser, to baptize, 
(A,) XF . - 3 jXLilL/ />. 

- (j^um baptiseur, baptizer, (x.) JU« . 
Itaift-i. colonne, column, *yP . 

1 V ^ 
Jy"^^- , , etre obscurci, to be obscu- 
red, jjb ; ^»» , perdre, to /ore, j-*- . 

- (4 a *-* obscur, dark, JUL. . 

- 6^aia_* obscurement, darkly, flf^U . 

- |La£oso_* obscurite, darkness, *•& . 

- )i fr-« C tenebres, darkness, **& . 
- 2 <^L^ obscurcir, to obscure, *ib! . 

n r T * 

- 3 ^&sL4 , c. 2 ^jii . - 3 ^ii.[L/ />. 

^^ aa ^- , ' , peiner, travailler, to tot'/, 
/afowr, Jixil t aT ; faire, to moie, J-f ; 
fatiguer, to jcorry, -iSo . - 1, ^aLa.L/ 
/>. ; 6tre atteint, to 4* attained, k-~^l j 
etre tourmente, to i« tormented, ^>\u . 

- (Ia*_* qui travaille, working, Jiii- . 



via*. — \iai. 



256 



- )]■ vi v fatigue^ tired, jLjJ ' laborieux, 

laborious, -Xs~- ; ascete, ascetic, Aftlj J p6- 
nible, painful, i_-»o j frdquent£ (che- 
min) , frequented (way), {A.J') 4A— * > 
|C\ .vi\ _/". pi. ; travaux, fatigues, 
works, labours, ^Ull t Jliil . 

- fcnU.'itt i laborieusement, laboriously, 

- |L«\«vi v peine, fatigue, pain, toil, jS" 

(_->J J difficulty, difficulty, \y-o . 

- Iha-i , "^ift-k , travail, labour, <_)>• ; 

fatigue, toil, c-j«j ; labeur ascetique, 
ascetic labour, £~i -V$»- . 

• 2 ^aa_* j o , se d^penser a, to spend 

oneself on, Jp <oli J.L . 

- b&Mu. laborieux, laborious, -^~ . 

- s %y*-*-l fatiguer, to tire, i_-*jI ; tour- 
menter, to torment, (<L.) i_j-it J corri- 
ger, to correct, (a>) tJL« . 

IbaJ. , ar. J-lc , preTet, prefect, i"U- . 

l ^ 
>^V j ,1° fermer (les yeux, les 

oreilles), to close (eyes, ears), ^ i lJ ^jf-\' } 

2° etre ferrn^, to be closed, ^^i^ol . 

- 2 *iLv , c. 1 «aa v 1° J fermer les yeux 
de..., to close eyes of.., ...bjL- u Juf-\ , 

|Loi <"&->■ fermeture, shutting, 



repress, rJ , 



1° • r^primer, to 



l ^ 
it VlflV etre profond, to i« rf«e/i, &f- . 

- [uttti , toatt-v , profondeur, epais- 
seur, depth, thickness, iS'lf ; J^ • 
valine, valley, *\j ; point extreme, 
extreme point, *jU j subtilitd, jwi- 

- 2 iaao^. faire profond, to make deep, 
(«i») jj^ ; creuser profond, to dig 



deeply, IJL^ ji*- • aux. ( = a fond, 
= intensely, Lie = , ex. ^o»t oaao.^ 
ils s'^taient profond^ment corrom- 
pus, they had been deeply corrupted, 
Lie i jO^j o5 I^JlS") ; p^n^trer pro- 
fond^ment, to penetrate deeply, J*«j . 
- 2 toaa^l? />. ; etre enfonc^, to i« 
sunken, J*«j . 

IftiVi % profond, £pais, deep, thick, 

iLdJ^ • avanc£ (age), old (age), 

( j-.) rJua, ; extreme, extreme, j c .^-1 

SjUJI ; difficile, difficult, v^ . 

> n--|«>-v« -. profond ement, deeply, Uwu . 

[Laf>.\a v profondeur, depth, ,yf- , 

[Lxlo*. investigation, investigation, <LS- . 

3|Aaojkf faire profond, to do deep, 

k m£t£ores, meteors & jls- jUl. 



. » ••* * r 



1 y 

V*0^». } 1" habiter, rester, to dwell, 
stay, ±Sj, l J>L* j 2° se trouver, etre, to 
be present, be, olT t jU» ; — 3° 6tre 
habit£, to ie inhabited, (jf) j£L- . 
. 1 pavLf x'rf. 7o ef 3°. 

- |L;.vn \ ,subst., 1° la terre habitue, the 

inhabited earth, ZjLA\ ; 2° demeure, 
dwelling, ^— • . 
_ (jaaa-i habitant, inhabitant, ^U J im- 
migrant, immigrant, j^— ; IL« *»-*. , 
pi. tlLjoia-i. , _/". ; concubine, concu- 
bine, *i_f* . 

- ILoja-i-*. habitation, inhabitation, ^SC . 

- |^ou> , Jaia-i. , id. ; monastere, wo- 

nastery, jz ; genre de vie, manner 
of life, ij^ I vie, carriere, /i/e, career, 
"iiy- t »Lj- j famille, family, ittU 
|| ((ioai. ^a epoux, husband, rjj J 
de la meme maison, o/" <A« same 
house, 4Jli OaJI j- . 



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(*;aaax moine, monk, <_**lj . 

1*9 ott.^. 1° habitation, inhabitation, 
J>~» " 2° demeure, abode, jjSL- j 
3° construction, construction, »Uj ; 
4° concubinage, concubinage, Jr j . 



-li 






# - - 

IL 



lo. 



- 8 pa_xf faire habiter, to make dwell, 
l j£-l J *-x , dormer ou prendre en 
mariage, to give or take in marriage, 
£j.> j I £jj ; peupler, to people, 
(~) j^ • - 3 J*-kLLf A 

- |iptui fondateur, founder, ^j* . 

(pax) . It-au. herbe, foin, grass, hay, 

, pi. ppa-x , laine, woo/, 
; vetement de moine, dress of 
a monk, >- r *>\J\ u_jl || li3a^ »^a\ , 
(a&» pax coton, cotton, Jai || pax 
t*uj algues, sea-weeds, \j£ J^*- . 

- llpox de laine, woollen, Sj-* . 

- |k.ipax lanifere (f.), wool-bearing (/.), 

(^.) . liL. nuee, nuage, cloud, ** t iU? . 

- \1±L. nuageux, nebulous, f Lc j de 

nuage, o/ clout/, l5 * s c . 

I. A ^ » repondre, to answer, vM > 
repondre a, to answer to, J ^l*-! J 
exaucer, to hearken, J v^**' > obeir, 
to obey, j^il . ■ 1 i*IxL/ p. 

- |&Ljx reponscs, answers, *;_>>■' • 

- plix reponse, answer, <-j]yr . 

- |fiu.iox repons, antienne, response, an- 

them, UjAJZl c Si j ; hymne altern£, 
alternate hymn, yjb. oJSJ . 

- (liv reponse, answer, yl>>- . 

- Ifc-uijo reponse, repons, answer, res- 

ponse, oj ( vW 5 antienne, anthem, 
U^iJjl j hymne, Aymn, 



- 2 tJI entonner, to mtoni, JjJIIj Uj ; 
chanter alternativement, to «ng 
alternatively, ijUtL (.A.) Jp ; chan- 
ter, to sing, ^ . - 2 i*Lki/ p. 

- U-^ chanteur, ji^ct-, J^» t ji. . 

t" * \L * * 

- \+ia\ y c. Ifiuja^. . 

- 3 uj-xf faire chanter, to mate «ng, 
^ 4«»- j chanter, to sing, (a.) Jp . 

u. >l ^ , o , s'occuper de, to occupy 
oneself with, > j&\ ', >a_x is , con- 
verser, to converse, «iol»- ; frequenter, 
to frequent, ji-\z . « 1 woxL/ etre fami- 
lier, to be familiar, U J\ . 

- |Ia. />. /». ; applique, occupy, applied, 

occupied, Jp i_-£. t a;* . 

- (ili-x soin, souci, care, concern, > t »L^pl ; 

occupation, vie, occupation, life, iif. 
«L»- ; consideration, contemplation, 
consideration, contemplation, J* Lit y«*vj 
sens, signification, sense, meaning, 
• jLp t ^jm j conversation, conver- 
sation, 5JjUt ; relations, acquaintances, 
ol^iL. ; familiaritd,/flnM7ifln'/>',i-Jlj* 
|| liii-x jja ami, familier, friend, 
familiar, ,j-j]>* 4 Ji-*-* 9 • 
' * ' " / ' •' 



- |k*ixw || i t~> familier, familiar,^^ I. 

■ 3 uli| appliquer, to a/'/'/) 1 , J-J ; oc- 
quper {l'esprit), to occK/*y (/A* mind), 
(JU!) JiJi ; tourmenter, to torment, 

(-) (" • 
m. (>ix) . 2 i*x^L/ s'humilier, to humble 

himself, *J)y , 
M-x , /., troupeau, ^ocA, «-U j moutons, 

jA«^/>, ijl^- . — 4^- » ■' ^ j ' >"' * etc. 
]C\-\i •» , />/. I ti ■> , raisin, grapes, <_^p \ 

baie, oerry, ^p || |1xL i **■■>! ^ , bot., 

morelle, morel, oliLJ . 
j-n ^ , ar. jCp , ambre, amber. 



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t , s'en aller, to be off, jUaSl J 
^» , quitter, to leave, JjU J mourir, 
to die, CjU j cesser, to cease, Jij . 

- |»eu_i. etranger, foreigner, ^~i_f . 

- [>+)**■ depart, departure, i_>US ; fin, 

mort, ena", aea*/i, Cjja t »L,ol . 

- 2 «jlx faire partir, 61oigner, to send off, 

remove, i*j\ 4 <_joI . - 8 »jl»1/ craindre, 
to fear, J»U- . 

- |C*l-x d6funt, deceased, jy* ; Stranger, 

foreigner, ^J- . 
m 3 jjls./ 6teindre, to />ai out, U3»l j 
laisser manquer, to let fail, fA&l . 

L»oi_x humble, petit, humble, little, **\y* 
_ruw» J ascete, moine, ascetic, monk, 

- iLa^oj-i. humilite, humility, ^i\y ; 

douceur, gentleness, *e-i ', ascese, 
practice of the asceticism, -U j J vie 
monastique, monastic life, LSl_i SL»- . 

- Ltaiu» humble, humble, pj>\y* . 
- 4 u&i*Lf , u» , "^. , d., s'appliquer a, 

to apply oneself to, j -4>>-l • 

* <tt r » 11 * 4 r r 1 x 

- |L&uaj*k» || |Lofk«v>) &m poursuite 

de la perfection, pursuit of perfection, 

- |C^oi_v {or. |k«a_i*) estomac, stomach, 

(u*) . |U. , p^ , chevre, £oa<, >t . 

- I mi. chevrier, goatherd, jb* . 

Lai.* , f, 1° criniere, mane, ilji J 
2° branches, boughs, oLail ; |^"i\ fa 1 . ; 
|C4k ia\ 2°. 

Laix branche, pousse, branch, shoot, ,j~ai- 

^J^» IV j . |fio. , y., injustice, fraude, 
injustice, fraud, j£» t JUi . 



> 2 ub^ t jo_x j accuser de fraude, to 
(icciir« of fraud, ^^Ij ,^1 . - 2 i*b^L/ 
ruser, to i«« cra/fc, j£* . 

- (I Lax perversitd, perversity, £-»- J 

oppression, oppression, jj*- . 

- t&oi. pervers, perverse, ^cta . 

- 6^|6ai. injustement, unjustly, LiU . 

- |Lobjx crime, crime, « j^ . 

1 y 

1. tJO."^. ? iMtvi , tromper, to deceive,J£ . 

- >w.m >/)./>. ; perfide, perfidious, JjISC ; 

occupe, occupied, J_jAi. . 

_ ^cAxax trouble, trouble, iLL • tracas, 
fatigue, Aurry, fatigue, uo t i_**bu ; 
activity, activity, J»- j tiraillement, 
disagreement, <_jJlje j difficult^, aj^i- 
«</(>>, 4j_>«-» ; peine, £r«/", (II ; or- 
gueil, entetement, pride, stubbornness, 
jLp t 'lij^ J importunity, impor- 
tunity, j\jf\ 1 *\j\ ; radotages, 
foolish talks, Cj\Jj£- J excitation, 
excitement, <L*- . 

- 3 ua*7 tourmenter, to torment, (.i*) J I . 

n. 1 «n! } moL , scruter, explorer, to 
search, explore, i_Ju t ,ja>J . 
, action de scruter, searching, 



L^m. , omi , herbe, gr&ij, >_~1p . 

. , /1/. |Li&aftx , ar. j*s- , armee, army. 



ija fY>V ou 1 uiaax , , etre difficile, 
to be difficult, <_-w> ; ^i , u» , s'offenser 
de, to take offense at, j* .kL^I . - 1 uxea^L/ 
£tre difficile, p^nible, to 6« difficult, 
painful, ,Jk ' <->*-*» . 

- L&*BkJk difficile," difficult, <-?***> . 

- |i '««■- »■ difficult^, difficulty, \y^> . 

- L&m-x , ab^ , f. | K f\"* •*■ , difficile, 

penible, difficult, painful, JLJ t u«> ; 



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» /• pi- ', difficultes, ennuis, 
difficulties, annoyances, $\y. i CjL^h^ . 

- k*lo«a^ difficilement, with difficulty, 

* * r 

- ILoam-* difficulty, difficulty, \y^> \ ri- 

gueur, durete, rigour, hardness, \*\^ 
SjLi J vehemence, vehemence, ».U- ; 
perversity, perversity, JjUj . 

- (iaa»ok ennui, annoyance, i_ji.lt . 

- \*J*± id. ; difficulty, difficulty, \y^> ; 

fardeau, burden, J** . 

- laab difficult^, difficulty, \y*+t> \ 

tourment, torment, ^jIJIp . -itc-co-lf 
etre difficile, to A* difficult, um ; 
s'indigner, to he indignant, Jibtl ; 
Xi , se disputer avec, to wrangle 
with, ma _^-LiJ ; register, to resist, 
{ jU ; V, repousser, s'opposer a, 
to repel, oppose, f _>li t ij ; ^1 , t_> , 
se troubler de, to be confused by, 
<j* J?V j soufFrir, to Jii^er, /tlj . 

M mfr » (m.), ^ {/.), dix, ten, !,_* ; 
/)/. *»t-)a-. dizaines, tens, cJ\jtc • 
^t-n-. vingt, twenty, Ojjtc . 

- ILt-cu. dizaine, set of ten, !_-_* • 

10 e jour (du mois), tenth day {of the 
month), (j^i\ j.) ^Ul f jJI _ Aff. 
y-ot- -£-*.. elles dix, <fo fen o/" <A«n, 

- ^of-sk. dizaines, tens, ol^ie . 

- pojx-s. j m&r., dixieme, teniA ^flrt, jtc . 
-|-£__k dixieme (10 e ), tenth, ^U . 

- |La-i---u. decade, decade, Ijis. fyJ~ . 

- |(-»o* dixieme ( 1 / 10 e ), tenth part, _-ic . 

- |£a__i dime, tithe, _-ic . 
-•*;j-u-*Lf etre vendu aux encheres, to 

oe joW «f auction, _-|j-lj «-j . 



recevoir ou verser la dime, to 
receive or ^ay /A« fitfAe, **_• jl Lr aJ 
_ r -«Jl . m 2 ;____./ w/. ; s'excepter du 
nombre, to except oneself from the 
number, jjUI j* 4jli ^1 . 

- li-s-o-. perception ou versement de la 

dime, perception or payment of the tithe, 
j£*b\ «»j jl ^-iJ ; dime, tithe, jtc . 

- 3 ;*__>/ payer la dime, to pay the tithe, 

I En ■'it merlons, cr^neaux, merlons, battle- 
ments, cMjS i oli-i {/j j»_>. i_-l . 
Rappr. )_\-x» , y. 1 (_vl . 

1 y 
i. | 0> V j iSftij , plier, replier, to fold, 

fold again, ,J i (£^> \ ^i , envelop- 

per, to wrap up, (JJ ; — se plier, to 

fold oneself, ^^lajl . 

- ]kk± enveloppe, wrapper, »_-i- . 

n. °>V , i3ft»j } 1° doubler, to double, 
<Jac\J> i repeter, to repeat, «^-[> ; 
2° etre double, to fe cfoaAW, Ju>l£> . 
Rappr. *^ el 1 ^L} . 

- |^.*^> double, double, <Ja*** . 

- ft^l^.^.t doublement, doubly, JajXJcj 

* * * 

- \La£*±± doublement, doubling, J»\*J>\; 

repetition, repetition, **^\j» . 
-\kl ou \L±i , pi. (Ii(J! , double, 

double, ijanjr ; fois, h*nK, ~» j* . 
- 2 Aij,, c. ^ 1°. - 2 i&ajkLf />. jr. j 

6tre multiplie, to be multiplied, j&5 . 

- pkdu. doublement, doubling, lJ.»^,' . 
■ 3 4if doubler, to double, Css\j> , 

A °>V investir, to £«>«/, J^-l j pren- 
dre, recueillir, to tote, collect,*sr~ c Jw-I J 
infr., fleurir, to ifoom, j»j1 ; brillcr, 
to ^Aine, *L . - 1 t*flL^.L/ p. 



a ^ — ^ 



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-USov fleur, flower, lj*j ; — pi. 
[illduk _ herbe, herb, i_~£p . 

- liuda* contretemps, annoyance, jll* . 
- 2 w»A^ envelopper, to wrap, iJJ ; en- 

terrer, to bury, jii . - 2 t*a^Lf p. 

- lldav sepulture, burial, ji^ j linceul, 

winding-sheet, J& . 

1 k 
vO . ^V } j embrasser, to embrace, jJU . 



/>. ^. ; ^. a., embrassant..., etc. 

- ll,oaa.\ embrassement, embrace, SJul*. . 
- 2 iAa^. , c. x iA9Li. . - 2 .&a-U.f /i. ; r. 

\.)\ °P* } ^a^. j poussiere, dust, jLp J 
terre, earth, «— >ly . 

- }>»&-&. fait de poussiere, made of dust, 

- ILn.tj"! % nature terrestre, terrestrial 

nature, S-jly i^-l* . 

- 1 ^l>. remplir de poussiere, to ^// 
with dust, (-!•) >£• . 

- \j~&\ couvert de poussiere, dusty, 

(tf) si* j pulverulent, pulverulent, 

- Iv^oi. poussiere de l'aire, dW o/" ffo 

threshing-floor, j-uJl jLp . 

- 8 ;A-»i./ etre changd en poussiere, to 
be turned into dust, jLp Jl J^ . 

n. )3_x vetement, garment, ^U . 

- li^a* , jW., ephod, ephod, sy\ . 

- |*&-mo manteau, ctoa/i, i_ila** . 

- 2 ;A-iL{ se couvrir d'un manteau, to 

cover oneself with cloak, »l^j ^-J . 

1 ^ , .aw , contraindre, to compel, J y r \ . 

- U ^ voyelle , vowel , *$ ' j- . 

- *• S. contraindre, to compel, j^-\ . 



1| 9 



/ *^- presser, contraindre, to urge, 
compel, j«-1 c Jc .ki-^ • ^ o« d., resis- 
ter a, to resist, * j\j j retenir, frauder, 
to withhold, cozen, ^ <■ di~*\ j arra- 
cher (les yeux), to tear oui (the eyes), 
(jjc"i|!) «i» . - 1 i*jkLf p. ; resister, to 
resist, |»_>li . 

- li*tv resistant, unyielding, .Ue . 

- ILf. contrainte, necessite, constraint, 

necessity, <~jj>- j i jUI j resistance, 
resistance, i._jli. . 

- \L.\ id. ; dispute, dispute, lj>-lL. . 

- &*luj±. par force, by force, 1^ . 

- |Lai»f. revoke, revolt, jl-.^c . 

- 2 L.o. contraindre, to constrain, jv r \ j 
rf., ^a*o\. , resister a, to r«t'.rf, >» jlS ; 
se reVolter, to revolt, sj: ; contre- 
dire, to contradict, ^J^c', refuser, to 
refuse, ^j ; arracher, to tear out, «li . 

- U*p» n. ag. ; cure -dent, tooth-pick, 

J^ . 
- 3 l»*»7 opprimer, to oppress, Jc jU j 
resister, to r«trf, |»jtf . 



l y 



> t^» , ' , bander (uneplaie), to foW 
a/> (a wound), (L>->r) -U-» ; guerir, 
reparer, to care, repair, pLe\ t ^yii . 

po* chirurgien, medecin, surgeon, 
doctor, <-.uk c ?-!/^ . 

t^*f»- parent par alliance, a//zVrf Ay 
kinship, rjjjJl;^ ^S J fidele (amour), 
/a^>/ (tow), (,_^) CjIj* . 

!*»»> ligature, bandage, ligature, ban- 
dage, ijLat t J»L)j j medicament, 
medicament, »[jj j guerison, recovery, 



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- 2 ^J* lier, bander, to bind up, bandage, 



rr 

- t ^J>*» P> />• ; guerissable, curable, 



i y 



V?^" , , fouler, presser, exprimer, to 
tread, squeeze, squeeze out, ^a* t ^-pj ; 
tourmenter, to torment, (**) ^4t . 

- |L»*s> sacrifice, sacrifice, i^j j . 

- I90P> pressureur, squeezer, ^U . 

- I ft* pressurage, pression, squeezing, 

pressure, _,*£■ , 

if. *" ' 

- |L; coo pressoir, wtne-press, »j^*j> . 

a. T r l4 r i » • 

- * ** , c. * »•». ; charier, soumettre, 
to chastise, subdue, *^*-! c i_JIp • 
violer, to ravish, ^J* . - 2 » oif />. ; 
resister, to resist, j»jli . 

- )j^.ai> raisins sees, raisins, <_-ajj . 

(wav.) . &a* , pourbjaL, 3 e p.f. s. de 1 iaL . 
1&^ et \tkax 3 pi. |_ai. } collier, necklace, -U* . 

"^ Q^ , cka* , /., talon, come, sabot, 

heel, horn, hoof, J\*- t <_Jui • em- 

preinte, trace, footprint, trace, J\ i «J> j 

point inferieur, bas, foz^jr /w/, bottom, 

Jiol t dL^ **_j^ j point extreme, 

bout, bord, fin, extreme point, end, 

edge, j^ ' *»U- ' i>Lr c J» jl» ; resultat, 

fruit, r«a//, produce, J ^*a. t i^Ju j /. 

|&ao>. trace, trace, o»c || |baa*A foot 

revenir sur ses pas, to retrace one's steps, 

*jLScl Jc .ilp ||o»a»*3 apres lui, after 

him, 4-Uj . 

- 1 kaa»> , , pidtiner, to trample, q^s j 

suivre, to follow, «J j poursuivre, to 

pursue, » j\ j J> j recouvrer, to 

recover, a^-j^I ; retenir, to AoW Aoflfc, 

■i^ .Ssr -1 j se donner un remplacant, 

to find a substitute, «o I i ^ ^> li ! , J , intro- 



duire, to introduce, J»ol . - 1 vaavL/^. 
1 1 Ikaoy vaov succeder, to succeed,^,'**. 

- 2 vaft». poursuivre, to pursue, tj\ j .U- ; 

"^ , chercher, to 5ceA, Jc (.i.) ^ ; 
^ , s'informer de, to inquire aAoaf, 
u 6, i*^-' J chercher a recouvrer, to 
endeavour to recover, f^rj^»\ J jm • 
remplacer, to replace, jc .-.li j se 
faire remplacer, to ./wio" a substitute, 

- k*l^uu>» ; - b^UAaMo avec curiosite, 



inquisitively, <o 

- ^=loul recherche, research, t^- . 

- &«liAa*k» jj m jj incomprehensible- 

ment, incomprehensibly, (»_ha. ji-f ^ . 

1 »o^ rouler, enrouler, to ro//, «h7,iJJ ' (• y J 
tordre, to toijf, ^^J . 

- IvAwoo infl^chi, bent, ^'aU.:.. . 

- r toa^Lf , etpaw'al, etre inflechi, si- 
nueux, to be bent, sinuous, i£ji\ 
i_ila«jl ; etre enroule, to be coiled, 
.Jell ; palpiter, s'agiter, to fAroi, be 
agitated, rj <. Ji*. j prendre soin, 
^tre preoccupe, to iaA« care, 4e />re- 
occupied, 1*1 c J^l . 

( > ^ fi ^j • U*»» perverti, perverted, 

- 0oa^ courbe, curve, ry* j coude, 

elbow, f Ji , 

" * • 

- Itooi. chemin tortueux, crooked way, 

- r ^it», , par' el, Iier, enlacer, to tie up, 
entangle,dif- 1 Jo> j J empetrer, empfi- 
cher, to entangle, hinder, «u t (A.) cfJU J 
lancer avec force, to *AroK> zi>i<A oi- 
^oar, !_^ij ^1 • supplanter, to j«^- 
plant, <_Jie . - r ^o&? />. ; etre 
trouble, to ie disturbed, Ji^J || ^o^ 
Ptof devier, to deviate, Mj . 



1^ — -w 



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- |j.n\o;%io embarras, entanglement, diffi- 

culty, "JLljl . 

- Ux>ja^ empechement, impediment, Jiyul 

confusion, confusion, ^-Ld! . 

- r, WiavL/ , etpe'al'al, serpenter, to 
wind in and out, rj*i . 

- LU&io. tortueux, crooked, rjtl • d6- 

pravd, depraved, A-li . 



0* 



1*u«d. pervers, perverse,*. 



(La-i-**. perversitd, perversity, 
tromperie, deceit, 9\a>- . 



m 2 >ooi, pervertir, to pervert, A-Jl j ^o 5 
ddtourner de, to lead astray from, 
jp j j ; fausser, to strain, (ju)Jtj- ; 
mal agir, to do wrong, J*iJl »L*I ; 
ddclarer pervers, to proclaim perverse, 
\xJi 4iL1 . - 2 >OQiJ./ s'dgarer, to 
go astray, «Ij J user de fourberie, to 
use trickery, ^Jl ; agir en pervers, 
to behave as an evil-doer, r-_jcl . 

- Maut p. p. ; pervers, perverse, -ry* , 

- k?|*aaL» perversement, perversely, 

* 4 r ' * • r i t i 

- |Lo.ma>m ; - ILaiiaoMo ; - [iMtt per- 

versitd, perversity, r-l^-^l . 

(wax) . |xa,*a\ tordu, crooked, zj** • 

- tLoA^av flexion, ploiement, bending, 

„ |~q.~ ~y crepu, frizzled, Xuf . 
( uox) fO^B^ , pour \ettntttti\ , crepu... 

1/ 9 * 

) + & ^* racine, root, j.i>- J plante mddi- 

cinale, medicinal plant, jUt * base, 

base, j-l i J^l ; principe, origine, 

principle, origin, jJU*» t I.U. . 

- 1 ^av j ,1° ddraciner, arracher, to 

uproot, tear up, *1» <. J-»l=J ; 2° 66- 

truire, to destroy, pa* ; 3° exiler, to 



exile, ,yu ; 4° percevoir (le tribut), 
to collect (tribute), (iU-i) L»- . 
- 1 ^aXlp.l r. 
- | jaa* destructeur, destructive, <oU . 

- \Uox a ddtruire, to destroy, aj Jd * jL . 

- |;a» , Jj». , /. |L;j». ; - 1*{a>. sterile, 

sterile, _/>l* . 

- |Lo^oi sterilitd, sterility, JjUc . 

- |£a*. arrachage, pulling-up, *1» . 

- ^too*. to*. ; destruction, destruction, 

- 2 ^oi , c. 1 ta* 1° et 2° ; aneantir, to 
annihilate, jbl J faire de nombreuses 
destructions, to cause much destruc- 
tion, Tj^iT (-L.) v^ • - 2 ^L/ P- 

- Uaaa. arrachage, pulling-up, «U . 

-Ha*/ rendre sterile, to mote bar- 
ren, ^1 . 

(a«ja* , _/!, scorpion, scorpion, ^>Ja^ . 

x ^l , i±> , negliger, to neglect, J-»l . 

- 1 j<ti»-I , bot., manne de tamaris, 
manna of tamarisk, JJVl & . 

(;-x) . Ijo^b. tempete, storm, ii*»L . 

- ;_;_*. ballottd, tossed about, j^f. . 

- Ijo-ij-i tempete, storm, 1L*»U . 
(;_».) . T ilJL , palpel, gargariser, to 

gargle, >> . 
(;_».) . ILJ-mo , />/. |£>m , grotte, caw, Jjli». 
|L»_£ rivale, nW (/.), v* . 

i. | W^t- ef 1 t-.v->> saisir, prendre, to seize, 
take, •!>-! < »ii-* ; occuper, to occupy, 
Ji»! ; comprendre, contenir, to in- 
clude, contain, ^y^\<.^aj ; recevoir, 
to receive, J1j ; presenter, to present, |»-li ; 
engager (le combat), to engage (the 
fight), (#>ll) U . - 1 ^Ut//». ; se 
raidir, to stiffen, -La»J . 



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tu — !*»• 



- ^*^ > P^ U*-* , froid, cold, j j . 

- |fiw^. occupations, occupations, jUil . 

- |6u.$ajk aiguillon, goad, ^^^ . 

- [»i^. action de tenir, hold, dJL* ; 

|bc^i dejeuner, breakfast, »Iop . 

- |fc-ov-i fievre, frissons, fever, skivering, 



.»* r > 



(il<_i.ki© || m jj incomprehensible, 
incomprehensible, r>fi« j& . 
- 3 i*i-».J sauver, to save, (£>) ^yaJU j 
dejeuner, to breakfast, ,^-Uj ; allu- 
mer, to light, JSjl . 

(|{-*) . &!;_* , arfi). (= adj.), nue, fozr* 

1 r 

i. ^i^- , * , c» , ^ , "^i , d., se porter 
garant pour, to be surety for, i JiT. 

- Jati. garant, surety, J-iT ; parrain, 

godparent, ^_f- . 

- IL&a^. cautionnement, security, j*j ; 

caution, surety, iJLiT . 
i* ? 



*. >_» n otages, hostages, ^pl*j . 



n. O*^- 5 } meler, to mingle, Jal»- . 
- 1 .»£*■./ A 

- liaot-a. melange, mingling, -r^y . 
- 2 o^ meler, to mingle, JJU- . 

* 4 r 

- li n t; \* > confusion, confusion, J»^^-l , 

- |ao^ foule melee, troupe, mixed 

crowd, flight, *&(,>- 4 ,Jui! ; mous- 
tiques, mosquitoes, fj*_y* . 

- £$a_£ melange, mingling, ^y, . 
- 3 ta^i./ meler, to mingle, SA>- . 

m. 1 fc3^». , , cribler, to jj/i, Jj^t . 

m 1 ^'^ll p. 

i r 
TV. O}^. , j se coucher (soleil), to 

set (sun), (u-r") £~>J- . 



- ffxaoi-x , pi. ILkao?.*. , vendredi, 

Friday, ***• . 

- £♦-* coucher du soleil, sunset, >-?jy- 

^ ' I • 

- M>^m , /., Occident, ouest, Occident, 

west, uji. ( <_j^ j vent d'ouest, 
west wind, ij^ «jj ||i*a^,T ia£vm 
nord -ouest, north-west, i_j_^ _ Jlr 1 . 
^iuL u»i*M sud-ouest, south-west, 
V> - v>r • 

- lis*** occidental, occidental, ^J- ; 

Occident, Occident, <^>jf- . 

- £»-*» Occident, Occident, <->j£- I] ■--^>w 

tlaa* coucher du soleil, sunset, <_j jji- 
t j" « ■■■ ' ' • 
- 3 l3^x/ faire se coucher (le soleil), to 
wuife «( (ffo ran), i^Z. . 

£*-* , f, auge, trough, jA*. . 
|&a;_v } />/. | et |L , saule, willow, oLmL^. 
£;-*. brebis, jA«/>, iwi . 
4 ^3»-v cribler, to jj/i, Jj^ . 

- lia^i crible, sieve, t}\iji- . 

- Ibjai. criblage, sifting, iL^i . 

4 ^4^a , par'el, rouler..., v. h^ . 

(?**) ' 2 ?^ L ^ se ^ re une incision, to 
inc«e oneself, «oli i^J . 

- r JJ^J./ , etpa'lal, fitre lac^r^, to fo 

lacerated, 3}s . 

i. lyti- , zool., onagre, onager, j& \ mil., 
onagre, onager, ol^c . 

n. \f+jk mat, mov/, jU* ; gaule, pole, JaJt ; 
baton, stick, <_ I; ,..A> . 

r ^.1^i emm^ler..., ». 1, \U . 

UiJ-i. hutte, hut, Jlj^ . 

2 ^^ p£ter, to /art, .U^S . 

4 t^v-^ d^truire, to destroy, j»0» . 



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264 



^♦^ , adv. (= adj.) ; - fcl^l nu, 
bare, jU . 

- &?u£;_I nu, bare, _>U ; simplement, 

simply, SLLoj . 

- |Ca.\^^. nudity, nakedness, ^jc . 
« 4 ^(I mettre a nu, to lay bare, 

(~) <JS . - 4 ^&F A ; r. 

1 r 

I. |0»^- , y exciter, to excite, ii->- J 
s'amonceler, to gather, j»^o . 

- p»;* lieu herisse, raboteux, rugged 

place, jc-j ul£L» ; lieu eleve, high 
place, JU ulSC ; scandale, scandal, 
cfJLi ; |&m£* tas, fea/>, i.jS" . 

* 4 r 

- ILam^. force, violence, strength, vio- 

lence, <_i^ t *y , 
m 2 ?o£I exciter, to excite, £*■ . - 2 *&i/ 
p. ; s'amonceler, to gather, fjSo ; 
s'enfler, to swell, iJa\ J s'obstiner, 
to be obstinate, X* . 

->>;mo p. p. ; ardu, arduous, <-**** ; 
elev£, high, JIp J vaillant, valient, 
JUj J impudent, impudent, 



- &»1*m;mo violemment, violently, «-l£j . 

- iLaM^o herissement (de la mer), 

bristling {of the sea), ( ^»Jl) ^Uol ; 
irritation, irritation, ^-~J£- ; impu- 
dence, impudence, i*ll- . 

n. (*{-»•) . )**$-*• ruse, im7)>, Jbai ; pru- 
dent, prudent, ,jlai . 

- fc^taa^j-i. avec ruse, craftily, 1L* 1 ; ' 

prudemment, prudently, iJaij . 

- |La3&>^. ruse, craft, <L»- ; prudence, 

prudence, iJai . 

- 2 >o;_». rendre rusd, to make wily, ejw 
Sl=*^ . - 2 ?o£lLf 6tre ruse, to be 
wily, Jb»-! . 

4 i»»;_I souiller, to soil, (*i») j^-j . 



v J-». , /. |fio(a> , dur, apre, hard, harsh, 



- |Lai(* opiniatrete, obstinacy, jUp . 
- 2 v £l? adherer, to adhere, J*dl . 

|«jU fuseau, spindle, J ji* . 

l^;I , /., />/. \LL^1 et \i'*Lll , lit, £«/, 
y/ ; litiere, civiere, litter, stretcher, 

- |6^jo«b^. petit lit, jma// £«/, _^w» j- ^ . 

- m<pk. place sur la civiere, put on the 

stretcher, J-^l Je- p>^_>- . 

i. 1 i3^> discuter, to discuss, i»-L> . 

- (±3f ox reflexion, thinking, jSJu . 

- |£?cu. discussion, discussion, ii»-L. . 

n. (v3^v) . JiSjo*. petite monnaie, small 
money, ijju «U . 

- 1 i3^L/ etre changd, to be changed, 

- 2 i3^ changer, to change, (.it) i-i^ . 

- ji% mo changeur, money-changer, J>\j^>. 

(B;_I , /., nuage, nuee obscure, ctoiw/, 
<ilar& mu£, i->L~» c -£ . 

- lLa*i2VS(^ obscurite, darkness, p^U . 

- 4> ^S^> envelopper, to zwa/* u/>, <JJ . 
■ 4 ^S*.kL/ j>. ; r. ; se rouler, to roll 
oneself, <_J& . 

1 ? 

♦ V^- , , ^i , arriver a, to happen to, 

) o*j* 1 se detourner vers, to turn 
aside towards, <J! iiy£ . 

-\\i-± immigrant, immigrant, J»j=~* ', 
Stranger, foreigner, i^./ . 

- 6-ti»~i par hasard, by chance, L^c J 

injustement, unjustly, Lib . 

- |L>*;». accident, fait, accident, fact, 



265 

- &*!•■• (i. sana raison, groundless, i_*y ^b ; 

par force, forcibly, \~*2* . 

- ILou}*. hasard, hazard, ^jc • ndces- 

sit£, necessity,"* j j j* || ILoLJsJa trop, 

» r 

- \\\i± hasard, accident, hazard, accident, 

- Iii* pression, pressure, lal~i . 

- 2 1**^ presenter, to present, (J^) * -i» . 

1 r 
i. «^*^. , , fuir, sYchapper, to flee, 

escape, ji t uy • eviter, to avoid, ^j~ j 

jfco poursuivre, to pursue, zja . 

- ^ao^v fugitif, fugitive, <-j _>U . 

- ILooo^v fuite, JHgAf, ^j* • 

- >*-♦-»> ; - j-o-'^. j c. ko^v . 

- jlao^v fuite, ./fc^Af, v/ . 

- |a^x [[ w b*a refuge, refuge, UJ- , 

- fia^tao [| as P inevitable, unavoi- 

dable, <c i-j^ "i! . 
- 3 u»;*/ mettre en fuite, repousser, to 
/>trt to JfigAf, tea/ off, sjei (a.) uy ; 
mettre en lieu sur, to jtorf in a place 
of safety, (Jl.) j.1 . 

- ILaia^xfikM fuite, flight, u_> ^* . 
n. 2 u>;_i. ronger, to ^tmmj, ^-Jj* . 

\o&. ; oof., buis, teck, box, teak, r-Lt jULr*. 

I^a^v (or. I&A^), />/. (i£_v , lien, courroie, 
lacet, bond, leather strap, lace, j** t J»L j j 
bride, Aritfle, |»U- ; poutre, beam, J ^ r ; 
aiguille (de balance), tnde* {of balance), 

(aoo{I , ana<., tendon d'Achille, tendon of 
Achilles, <~>yje- j ( ?) genou, knee, "*Sj . 

r, %A{I lier..., v. ^oa. . 

U»v , f, dent molaire, mo/ar tooth, ,j>jJ> . 



1 r * n 

x *»». , , oppnmer, to oppress, JUJ j 

contraindre, to constrain, ju-\ ; exci- 
ter, to g*«'fe, £*■ . -ijoLlf />. 

- P^ea^. oppression, oppression, Jt ; 

contrainte, constraint, jL«-l . 

l * 

\ * ^ j ' > ^ tre °" devenir fort, intense, 

to A« or become strong, intense, ^yS c ,5 ji 

Jiil ; ^e , , %a. , d., l'emporter sur, 

vaincre, to be superior to, overcome, 

- Ji***. force, vigueur, puissance, strength, 

vigour, power, iJie- i jc. ; IjJ. c !j» ; 
masse, mass, thS' . 

- 2 ^ fortifier, aflermir, to strengthen, 
confirm, (^*) Cy ( (^.) ^^S j endurcir 
(le coeur), to harden (heart), -jJ) $J 
(c_-liJI . - 2 £l\ p. ; r. ; etre ou de- 
venir fort, to be or become strong, gji 
iSj*' j' J '**> , ^* , l'emporter sur, 
to be superior to, i_-lc . 

- ILoiams force, strength, »ji , 

- Ji***. fort, puissant, j/rong, powerful, 

jr_o» ( ^ji ; abondant, large, J\j ; 
fortifi^, fortified, j***- ; difficile, 
difficult, j~* ; vaste, i^aff, *-lj . 

- Ci>|juj*. fortement, tres..., strongly, 

very..., T^iT c SjULj . 

- |L<u**i. force, forces, strength, (Sjii Sji. 

- ]La±u±.bM renforcement, strengthening, 

jjZ J duretd, hardness, SjLi . 

■ 3 ^f fortifier, afferrnir, to strengthen, 
to make firm, («i.) (^oj « Oj! j aug- 
menter, to augment, ijjl ; endurcir 
(le cceur), to harden (heart), -a.) ^jJ 
(t_-UJI j devenir violent, to become 
violent, Oiil . 



l£j*l cogn6e, axe, ^li . 



Aba. A*v 



266 



, 1° opprimer, to oppress, it ; 
2° accuser, calomnier, to accuse, 
calumniate, J* & J**' < ^f^- ', 3° malme- 
ner, to maltreat, (Jp) LU- ; 4° «a , 
corrompre (un texte), to corrupt {a 
text), (Ju) iJ>j>- . - 1 va*ii/ p. 
Looja. oppresseur, oppressor, j-U- ; ca- 

lomniateur, calumniator, jJi* . 
(Loao**. * - (L&o-ji. oppression, oppres- 

|anai id. ; suspicion, suspicion, <Uf ', 
delation, delation, <olij J. corrup- 
tion, corruption, ■»!— i . 

LLoo** oppression, oppression, 
calomnie, calumny, » 1.^*1 . 






/° rf 2°. 



(<*-»»») .. |La&*^M mollesse, softness, • 
orgueil, />ruk, •IjjjS'. 

lb* , 'ub*. , LtLax , I/, bui. , 



1 4* 

5*N^- 6tre pret, to fo rcaa>, .ux-l . 

- |J-B*. pret, reai/y, o«c~* ; futur> a 

venir, future, to come, oli ( cA J a«*., 
devoir (o« temps futur), to have to 
(or future time), (JJL-Il cJj j!) «*jl 
(ex. LaaiMjy **&* n doit me voir, 
il me verra, he is to see me, he shall 
see me, jL^-) \ entier (cheval), stal- 
lion, (uLa»-) lS afi- jf. ; | !.£«£*. les 
choses a venir, the things to come, 

+.t * . . 

- 6k*|^*6>v avec empressement, joie, 

eagerly, joyfully, r/» c 1 >»L» . 

- |Lo **&* empressement, eagerness, »jjU« J 

etat de preparation, rea<fin«$,.j!A»w-l. 

• 2 9b* preparer, disposer, to prepare, 
dispose, (.*•) ^_J j c (a.) _/««>- J %*■ , 



pousser a, to urge on, Jc iIj- . 
- 2 >fik\L/ p. ; r. ; delibeVer, to aV/i- 
berate, jjLU . 



k*|)b&M promptement, promptly, 



* + y 

IL09&&M preparation, 



preparation, 



|*Lov ii. ; appret, appareil, prepara- 
tion, equipment, «-te ; jl-UiJ j machi- 
nation, machination, i«juo j plan, 
projet, ^ian, project, J.^a. t -j ; 
terme, term, J»-l ; preface, preface, 
i-^c j expose^ account. oL> t <_j~»j 
|| I^Lai. ^sy premeclit6, premeditated, 
■** a* • 

• |?ob*.L appret, preparation, jL£»-l J 
etat, jtate, <JL»- ; ornement, omd- 
ment, ij j . 



1 -* 



progresser, to progress, rXu j 
vieillir, etre vieux, to groa; or 6« oW, 

- }o*b&. vieux, ancien, vieiilard, old, 

ancient, old man, £^ (. fj£ 1 j_^ ; vin 
vieux, old wine, *5~c yt- ', |&a«M. f. ; 
Ancien Testament, Old Testament, 
e-jj Xp. || |vi\\ u^.b^. 1' Ancien des 
Jours, the Ancient of Days, |»IjV! f •*» . 

- b?la*& anciennement, anciently, Lx a* . 

- |LftA*b>i. * - (a Lav anciennet^, an- 

cientness, |»JL» ; v6tuste, vieillesse, 
antiquity, old age, f y ' J 1 *- • 

- 3 i*»kx/ rendre vieux, to make old, 
(jj) J& ; abrdger, to abrogate, jl\ ; 
vieillir, to £rozt> oW, J^- J s'implan- 
ter, to A« implanted, J~»U ; ^tre 
effront^, to be shameless, *** . 

Llokw 5 /war )Io^ , boucles... 






267 

J^N^- j > 6tre ou devenir riche, 
puissant, to be or grow rich, powerful, 
j* 4 ts=^ t tf-r' J acquerir, to 
acquire, Jc J^ • abonder, to 
abound, j^ . 

- |{*fe. , //. pj.Si , riche, ricA, Ji ; 
genereux, generous, f^ ; abondant, 
plentiful, jj. || |^£ ^£ literal, 
liberal, v_i£JI ^oj . 



- b-IUBa. abondamment, abundantly, 

•j'>i J avcc opulence, opulently, 

-ILoj-kw opulence, opulence, I j j . 

- IjLn. richesse, richness, Ji . 

- 3 »k? rendre riche, to make rick, Jil ; 
satisfaire, to satisfy, «Jt! || ©vlftj $&*/ 
faire semblant d'etre riche, to pre- 
tend to be rich, >UjJLi y»Ui; . 




3 80, 80, a . ; i_3 800, 800, a • • - 
\S lettre fe, letter fe, li JiJ-\ . 
|L|3 ef |& , />/. |bl3 rf |Lofi£ , face, /ace, 
«t»rj J cdte, 5:dV, i^- J tranchant, 
edge, J»- ; bord, «/g£, dj* . 



IpSu , £tre beau, plaire, to be 



comely, please, ^~»- i J> . 

beau, splendide, elegant, beautiful, 
splendid, elegant, jJl t ^ t J-r; ; 
qui convient, becoming, jJV || y*J 
ov^jj |J3> comme ll lui convient, 

magnifique, magnificent, (Sr . 

- bZ]l\& bellement, bien, nicely, well, 

li~>- <. 4*\j[> j convenablement, jut- 
to^/)-, jJL If. 

- |Lo*l3 beaute 1 , grace, beauty, grace, Jl^ 

iilil ; justification, justification, 13jo . 



|| |La*l& Loay ou |L&ay La*(& magni- 
ficence, magnificence , i*Jie. || La*ld 
k*|o&de fagon digne deDieu, ma- 
gnifiquement, aj is worthy of God, 
magnificently, SJijo c *»Ij jJV J£ij . 

- 8 ||LaL? fitre beau, to A* beautiful, J> ; 

se parer, to atom oneself, J*^ . 
- 3 t*l3/ parer, to adorn, (Ju) J>- . 

(i|S , pi. u»' , ? lat. pinna, mil., tran- 
che^, trenches, J-li>- . 
|yl& fruit, fruit, »y: j enfant, posterity, 
cAiW, offspring, i^Jb t Jj ; effet, 

- ^Jl£ ; - U'iJ 3 fruitier, fruit-bearing, 

j^i. j fructueux, fruitful, *jIj . 
(^) . 2 us^L/ jouir, to «yoy, iiL" . 

x y 4 

+^& , , contenir, retenir, to contain, 

hold bak, iil~.t t £\s j . 

- 1*^*^ «* |L*^«3 mors, frein, bit, 
brake, '<&*- i fU- . 



269 

- I L J*4? > P l - '?*4? > M. ; fermeture, 

fastening, jic j refrenement, repres- 
sion, p^j . 

- v^ atteler, to make ready (a chariot), 
Put (horses), oj c Ai ; c. 1 v ^» . 

- 1**^** repression, repression, J . 
2 u*^3 empecher, to hinder, ^. . 

1 X*^ , j mu tiler, to mutilate, *k» 
(jJ) ^ali ; ddcroitre (lune), to decrease 
{moon), (_ r *JLfi) jj-aiS . 

|1^ *fc., TUiQYavov, fio/., rue, rue, J,_^ . 

***g , etc., tat. pagus, village, village, \j . 

- M^f , M^3 , etc., lat. paganus, paysan, 

peasant, ^-Stf . 

1 r 
^^^ j ' j «^ , venir a, rencontrer, 
tomber sur, to come to, meet, come upon, 
J jU> i jV i Jl >L. j arriver, avoir 
lieu, to happen, take place, <L> -b- <. jU. ; 
toucher, to touch, ^A . 

- >*^ > ,a ^ 5 venue (a), coming (to), 

(^')»ij^ ', rencontre, meeting, JlS - ^; 
evenement, event, i jU j malchance, 
mischance, JlU .^- || £^s ^ affa- 
ble, affable, J.^ \\ U^ LaU affa- 
bility, affability, liUj . 
■ , *«^< j <* , faire rencontrer, faire 
arriver a, to make meet with, to make 
happen to, J j^> l J^j -d»- ; arriver, 
to happen, jLo . 

'*^J^ j *^ , corps, body, -U»- j 
corps du Christ, hostie, CAmf'j iorfy, 
Aotf, b\jj <. ^JJ ju>. j cadavre, 
«w#«, 4i^ ; chair, Jlesh, ^ || ^» 
corporel, corporal, lJ-U»- . 
- Mv^ corporel, charnel, bodily, carnal, 
O'-t—r i <£' x ~*r J de meme pere, of 



the same father, l_>V1 



cf ' 



- e^^k^ corporellement, bodily, \iX^~ ; 
selon la chair, according to the flesh, 

o-U <_^ . 

- U*k^ corporel, bodily, tj-U*- ; mate- 
riel, material, <£*L ; charnel, carnal, 

- IL*ik^ nature corporelle, corporeal 
nature, i-u,- ic_L ; humanity, Auman 
nature, <JLJ\ ; incarnation, incarna- 
tion, -Ujf . 

■ v*-^** incarn£, incarnate, -U»ju . 

- t»*4? durcI (painJj *&& (bread), 
(V") (J-" 15 J insensee (coutume), 
absurd (custom), (olc) »Uw- ; subst., 
pain durci, jto& ireai, ^U j,^ . 

4l3 v«^ , denom. sur SfKoypx^ ecrire, 
to write, i_^S~ . 

l f 
*^ , j^J , s'6carter, devier, to stray, 
swerve, j^l j c jU ; se tromper, to 
mistake, ialp ; s'^loigner, to go aaiaji, 
■**={l ; tomber, to fall, Jai- ; cesser, 
manquer, p^rir, to cease, be wanting, 
perish, jLj 4 ^^Ju 1 ^ii^I ; £tre frustre, 
to be frustrated, <u»- (^) *_^ . 

- 1*^,3 cruel, cruel, J»l»- . 

- |Lo^>v3 intemperance, intemperance, 

- 3 »3f faire tomber, to make fall, .kL.1 • 

faire oublier, to make forget, ^Jl ; 
tromper, to deceive, J& . 

IL»3 , jud., ephod, e/iAorf, j^il . Rappr. 

IL^ , c. IL63 , morceau..., v. 1 k3 . 
I^jS efc., 7U0o<XYpa, path., goutte, gout, 

- Uv^** j rcooaypapios, goutteux, 

goufy, ^^iJU uL, . 



1°* — *3 

|ja£*9 , 7csBxT0tipx, mil., retranche- 

ment, entrenchment, ,j*_r* . 
|kll*3 , etc., manches, sleeves, |»15 I . 
\al£ et ]io£fa2 , &7c6oiaxovog sous- 

diacre, subdeacon, i5UiJ . 
L>3 , /., paire de boeufs, yoke of oxen, <Jloi • 

charrue, plough, <L>\jfi- \ surf., arpent, 

acre, <jl-ti . 
1 »x»3 , ' , briser, to break, £4» . 

- L^o*d hache a deux tranchants, 

double-edged axe, *^> . 
- 2 »*.3 fendre, to split, Ji . 

/OV® errer, to wander, all ; s'^garer, 
to be misled, J-» ; €tre ballott6, to be 
tossed about, >*l . 

- |j.o<ovd erreur, error, JaU . 

- L.<JyS ; - Ll*<»3 errant, wandering, *jIj . 

- jlinS ou \!o& action d'errer, wandering, 

oifS • erreur, error, Up . 

- 3 ^a>°>i 6garer, to mislead, JLi ; laisser 
errer (les yeux), to let (the eyes) wan- 
der, ( jkJl . A.) r^- ; occuper, to 
occupy, Jii . 

IjovS , zool., panthere, panther, -4* . 
I Lad , bot., garance, madder, Ifi . 

s^^9 , ^ai , etre ou devenir froid, 

to be or grow cold, s j \ diminuer, 

s'affaiblir, to diminish, abate, ^om 

Ja*J> • cesser, disparaitre, to cease, 

disappear, ^^ t <J I J . 

- 2 v^3 rafraichir, reconforter, to cool, 

comfort, (a.) <£y t (^«) J j \ calmer, 

to mitigate, (-i.) Js** ; etancher, to 

quench, ^jj . - 2 v^3LJ />. ; r. 

- L^a9 rafraichisseraent, reconfort, 

refreshment, comfort, \yt i AjjJ j 
r£pit, respite, *»■[) . 



270 

- 3 1^—3/ calmer, to quench, (-»>) ,j£- ; 

reconforter, soulager, to comfort, 
relieve, ^j 4 (-i*) t£_>* ; rejeter, to 
throw up, iji* . 

1 V 3 , fo&i , errer, to wander, «ll . 

- |fa9 erreur, error, J^Li ; dtfaut, 

|6-»o3 , 7t6^iov, long,, pied, /oof, f-tf . 
ty^ad eto., Tco^ifjpif)?, longue robe, long 

gown, »L» . 
1 »3 , \aSu , se ddtourner, to turn anVfc, 

y++& , wo&j 9 souffler, to ifoz«, juii ; 
respirer, to breathe, ^-kS • sentir, 
flairer, to smell, *Z ; Stre exhaled 
(odeur), to be exhaled (odour), <-i \ 
se disperser, to disperse, 3j& \ aux., 
se hater, to hurry, fj^ . 

- LioS odeur, odour, *£■[> j souffle, 

breathe, «J t <_•>* . 
„2 L11 ^3 calmer, to soothe, (a.) ,j£* . 
- 2 i*.a3kf />.. ; etre exhal6e (odeur), to 

o« exhaled (odour), <-J . 

> suave(odeur), fragrant,(*£[))*iJe 



- |La-<^3 6tat respirable, respirable state, 

• 3 uJ( faire exhaler, r6pandre, to 
mate exhale, spread abroad, jii 4 *-l» ; 
faire se hater, to make hasten, J^ti J 
chasser, to «c/«/, j^1» |] <**&j uij 
s'enfler d'orgueil, to puff up, j^ial . 

I^.ad cuisse, fAi^A, JiJ . 

l;-o9 banquet, banquet, '<ss\* . 

(i^ad) . 3 i£-^ , (A , *vl , m6priser, to 

- ILo^&m ; - |Lu£>*fi» m^pris, con- 

tempt, i_jt&£j . 



271 



JoS — ^oS 



(i^oS) . l4-f*S etc., 7COUf]TY]S, poete, 

- |Lo^.fa3 poesie, poetry, j*Z . 

£oi , %Q-Zi [| jj £oi ou £a9 jj , pjttOTS, 
jamais, n^wr, UjI . 

La^a3 , c. |i>La! , hotellerie... 

t.a3 , ^j ^» , fi de... !, out on...\, 



l ^A , ^&&j , arroser, to sprinkle, Ji- . 

Rappr. ^t. - 1, WSLLf/>. 
IJaS } TCiiXlf], porte, tfoor, i_jL . 

u»o\a3 } etc., pi. o , 7C(5Xo£, pole, 

/>o/e, i-iiS . 
L&al , efc., pi. ua, r ' , (puXaXYJ, prison, 

prison, ^ . 

- £££*&al , (puXaxTi/jpix, phylacteres, 

phylacteries, ^Lap . 

Ai V>n . ° > {R, >q3) bouche, moaiA, J ; bee, 
foa£, jUL. J bouchee, mouthful, i»il ; 
orifice, ori/ice, «>j* ; bord, edge, d)» \ 
tranchant, edge, J»- ; surface, surface, 
2*-L-a || )0a3 y» de memoire, from 
memory, Ijl^JixJ • prep., selon, accor- 
ding to, <_~j- || OtMOS ^» , o>»a3 ^1 
en son nom, in his name, «*l> j selon 
ses paroles, according to his statement, 
<J|y! ,^_j_ j sur S on ordre, by his 
order, & _y>\ t_^_»- • sur lui, upon him, «ule 
(J L»a3 Kijo dit, ordre, saying, order, 
j-\ i tiji || )«43 t«k3 d'une seule voix, 
by one voice, -b-lj C>^a> . 

- bwLueoS de vive voix, by word of 

mouth, i^ili* . 

- 2 joaiis ; - r ?«aoa3 } pa' lei, prononcer, 

to pronounce, tyZ . 

unojjoS , <poviO£, homicide, homicide,^^ . 

ia»i£9 } /)/., cpcovVj , cris, cries, f\j^> ; 
t^moignages, testimonies, oijlfi . 



(u»o3) . lolls ; - 3 l m-lj , etc., v. ■— ■& . 
LlaaaS , c. 3/ , dejections... 
lA> aia~£»a3 , (puaixo?, naturel, natural, 

(%xS) . 2 >»l3 laver, to wash, J-p ; payer, 
to Ay, />" • " 2 **3L/ , o , 6tre acca- 
bl£ (de moqueries), to be overcome {with 
mockeries), (oLp^^J! j*_*) _j»o.I . 

- [jLoS lavage, washing, J— * . 

1 ia3 , Loa&j , hoqueter, to hiccup, J+Z , 

- LoooS hoquet, hiccup, ii^-1 . 
- 2 toa3L/ bailler, to yawn, <_j»lij . 

Lj^LaoS , Xiixirat, pugilistes, pugilists, 

- i^A^^Aod , xuxTixyj , pugilat, /ittgi- 

|L jo3 rage, rage, i_-if j colere, wrath,^^ai- . 

- |Loja3 colere, wrath, u^ic . 

- |L{.»3 irascibility, irascibility, i^~aib\4£-j* . 

- 1 ^3LL/ ou 1 ;.°>j ) L/ s'enflammer de 
colere, to ^row wrathful, lla-t aU^-I . 

- |Laij_L3L6.*> colere, wrath, <-..,n^ . 

- r ija3L/ , etpa'lal, bruler (de fievre), 
to i«m {with fever), jt- J& . 

pM^toS , u»a^ja3 , etc. nupyQC, tour, 

to«j«-, r j . 
o?a3 , TSopOl, a«ai., pores, />orej, toC* . 
.oy&3, /at. forum, forum, forum,3y <. i»-L>. 
^»o3 } /i/. vm^JaS j /af. porta,, porte, 

<foor, <— jVj . 

"' * 
UjaS sorts, Wij, 9jf . 

v al»a3 , />/. I Lai 3 , (popsTov, litiere, 
J»a3 forum..., v. v o)o3 . 

^Syad , C. Jo^JaS , tour... 

\*» Ja3 , /at. forma, ^dit imperial, imperial 
edict, Sij^I»L^*l «lj- . 



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ual^oyad , Jtupauio" s £ , pyramides, j&)>- 

ramids, (*[/>!. 
pja3 , ete., ^oOpvo£, four, «wt, jy . 

pio9 , 7u6pV7), prostitute, harlot, ^ . 

|a&a>yad , c. &l , baume... 

|^Lo}aS , <;. ^n^fad , tour... 

jLUjaS puce, flea, £>y-j . 

1 P 
**3 , iaoAj , rester, attendre, to remain, 

wait, Ja£\ t ^ ; rester libre, to remain 



free, \j. 



; devenir, to become, 



jL> ; tenir bon, l'emporter, to hold 
on, prevail, i_JU c ^j\S • etre 6t6, to 
be removed, f j6\ j ^o , cesser, quitter, 
s'abstenir de, to cease, leave, abstain 
from, (f- iii-w.1 t i]J t. ejii^j ; etre 
eloign^ de, absent de, manquer, to be 
far away from, moved away from, to be 
absent, wanting, l _ r aij i jc <_jIp 4 jp -lo I J 
^i , ne pas comprendre, not to un- 
derstand, |»^i L. ; — etre surpass^, to 

be surpassed, i_JL>l . 

.' * r .... 

- In."! restant, remaining, j U j cessant, 

- (1&3 arret, sejour, remaining, »LL ; 

retard, <fe/q)>, ^lJ ; cessation, «jja- 

- 2 i*a3L/ || ^oiclL L/ trouver le 
repos, to find rest, Zr-\J\ Jj . 

-°u-3( 3 ^o , cesser, to cease, «kJul j 
omettre, to omit, J-*l ' perdre, to lose, 
_ r S- ; manquer (tr.), to miss, Ua*-I . 

- |Io*ȣm cessation, cessation, plLiil - 

reste, remainder, L£j . 

- r kJkkoS , /w'fe/, faire cesser, to put an 

end to, Jijl . - r i»Io3Lf p. 

I. (*Lo3 hotellerie, hostelry, J-Ui . 

- l*.oLoS hotelier, innkeeper, cJ-Li i_j-Lm» , 
n. [olaS> , c. \k§& ii, tablette... 



l^ 13 j c - \*J*\ , nombre impair... 
1 i*»3 , u^&j } peiner, to pain, u-» 
manquer, to fail, jl* . 

- 1"'- ^ mou, dissous, soft, dissolved, 
yj'li ' j>-j I faible, weak, <_Ju*~i • 
futile, futile, 4»U . 

- |ltt..«..S corruption, corruption, aLi J 

faiblesse, weakness, ^.'n«„^ j futility, 
futility, »yH .. 

J-3 e/ l_aS filet, snare, «» . 

I (—3 , i~S , ddbauche, debauched, y>L . 

- |Lo|««d d^bauche, debauch, » jt^c . 

- I Mid luxure, /«rf, jj>o . 

- 2 ^ls etre ddbauchi, to be debauched, 

j* - 
- 3 uL$l id. ; faire tomber dans la d6- 
bauche, to make fall into debauchery, 

1U£ en rut (cheval), in heat (horse), 

- |6 \ ii ^ } anat., testicules, testicles, iS *£- . 

1 r 
j&**S , , etre egal, semblable, to be 

equal, like, <oLS t ^jL- \ convenir, to 

suit, Jilj . 

- ys&*& comparaison, comparison, -taAJ j 

dgal, e^aa/, jL-. ; specimen, exem- 
plaire, specimen, exemplary, lj&<. Jli. j 
feponse, answer, ^]yr\\ ^o*»3 }^ ^gal, 
semblable, equal, like, «~^i t _jL«. . 

- 2 jo*k3 rendre £gal, to make equal, ^ jL ; 

juger egal, to tfeem equal, L jl— o4c j 
comparer, peser, to compare, weigh, 
j j j c (*i») <ui j interpreter, expli- 
quer, to interpret, explain, (Ju) ^ 
ryi ; ^>o , collationner sur, to col- 
late with, > (ii»-J) JjU j ponctuer 
(un texte), to punctuate (a text), 



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;££ — *l~3 



_ jio^aS comparaison, comparison, <~lZj \ 
collation (de texte), collation {of text), 
(,j^j) SLUL ; ponctuation, punctua- 
ting, dLjd . 
2 {^»3 amollir, to soften, ^jl J broyer, to 

pound, j# . - 2 ^l3L; p. 
\i.L$ potier, potter, ^jUJ ; argile, clay, 






- U*~3 d'argile, q/" clay, j j^ ; potier, 

potter, tSjUJ . 
1 6^3 j , creuser, to <#£, jjU- ; perforer, 
to perforate, >-*£ . 
-|La-3 qui secoue, tossing, j_J+. ; 
tremblement de terre, earthquake, 

]LJ> (or. |&-»s) , m. etf, pi. |^Li , 

gouffre, chasm, »y> J fosse, pit, >_*>- . 

- 1 6ul3L/ s'ecrouler, to collapse, jl^l . 

- 2 k_A percer, to bore, ^_-5j ; d^truire, 
to destroy, p-i* . - 2 fc-»3l.{ s'ecrouler, 
to collapse, jLj-I ; s'entrouvrir (terre), 
to gape (earth), (^j') C- »"°> 1 , 

t^fr* mets ddlicat, dainty food, i^»lJ» . 

iJ^S , c. sU^Si , goutte... 

|r--fr* et 3/ satrape, satrap, o^jj* . 

) "5^ pasteque, melon, water-melon, 
melon, J^ p4*i ' _/*~' j^»i ■ 

i-*fr* , TCTw^sTov, hospice, hospice, i£jt> . 

|l->5^ 3 c - l*-^ j satrape, jafra/>, «jL» j ^ . 

- |Lo»&£d satrapie, satrapy, ^jy . 
(aa£.3 engraissement, fattening, J^- J 

j| l*££9 a l'engrais, fattened, j*—. . 
_ ^L^3 obdsitd, obesity, 5Jl Jj . 
- 2 >a£3 engraisser, to fatten, (a.)^ . 

- 2 jo.^3L/ />. ; s'enorgueillir, to puff 

up, j& . 

- (^oS engraissement, fattening, juJ ; 

grosseur, graisse, bigness, fat, i.U^» 



*r»y ^ , * , o , comprendre, to unders- 
tand, |*4* J </., gouter, to tajte, jli j 
trouver bon, to *Ain£ yft, j_>wJ , 

- ILal^S prudence, prudence, *Jai . 

- |jo§3 prudent, prudent, j^i . 

- iLojo^S prudence, prudence, iJai . 

- li<g£ sagace, sagacious, >«j j pru- 

dent, prudent, <jki , 

- }!§£ intelligence, understanding, »l^i . 
|^£>3 insens<£, foolish, J»- 1 . 

- |laa.^3 sottise, foolishness, J*- . 
I. l&£>9 vase, vase, »bl . 

n. }&££ tablette, tablet, • jjr- J inscrip- 
tion, inscription, JjI^ . 

- }jao^a3 opuscule, opuscule, j*** «- r '^J . 
1 ;^3 , ' , 1° s'en aller, to go away, 

Jsj-ojl J 2° mourir, to die, £y J 
3° cesser, faire deTaut, to c«w, fail, 
t _ r a.ai c >LJu1 ; etre coup£, separ£, to 
fo cut, separated, J~aiJl J n'etre pas 
fermente (pain), to be unleavened 
(bread), (>^) J*£ . 

- |ȣ3 insense, foolish, J*-\ . 

- |j-5* non fermente, azyme, unlea- 
vened, azymous, jJai 4 ^^i j*e j non 
appretd, raw, ^Jl*. j«- . 

- |£g£ pains azymes, unleavened loanes, 

SjJai iicjl j molletieres, puttees, 

- 3 i£3{ faire partir, renvoyer, to J«»/ 
off, dismiss, J~<jl t *-Jr" j oter > <0 
toi« away, 9j \ sdparer, to separate, 
(.i.) 3ji i ouvrir, ddcouvrir, to 
open, expose, ,Ja.i < C 4 *ci ; <i. ou is , 
avancer (les levres), se moquer, to 
thrust out (lips), to laugh, . a.) j«ui 
J& i (oUill j faire cesser, abolir, to 
put end to, abolish, Jlwl ; achever, 
to end, iSr \ . 



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Ijo*££ , lot. patronus, patron, patron, JL- . 

- ILaio^s ; - po*££ , TcaTpwvsia, 

patronage, patronage, <Af . 

l*t££ , cpxxpia, phratrie (groupe de 
families), phratry {group of families), 
(Cj~^j\e. 3JU-) 5j Jvi . 

ua-tfrS , etc., pi. o* ', JT;CTplxlO£, patri- 
cien, patrician, ^iji- \ patrice, patri- 
cian, Jiju . 

- lla*tg£ , /., JUjCTpixta , patricienne, 

patrician (f), ii-t^-i . 

- IL n . ft . jQ . ^ patriciat, patriciate, 4-J j 

^PX'*]? j patriarche, patriarch, ilj Ju . 

- |Lo^.^3 patriarcat, patriarchate, 

- *y{£3 f a i re patriarche, to make patri- 

arch, fcjj* 4*-- . . *y^3L/ /». 
l»&3 , i*&9 , camard, flat-nosed, l _ r St>\ . 
|i&3 jambiere, kggin& olj . 
Ua*3 } /a*. jiAu/a, agrafe, clasp, f_j\ . 

(^3 fantassin, foot-soldier, J»-ij ^x*- ; 
licteur, lictor, ^Ji . 

- fot-^^3 , (?) hommes d'armes, men 

at arms,' tOU JU-j . 

- j**^9 licteur, lictor, ^>jZ . 

(ipl , />/. ^J^d s 7CeT<Tj.a, ? sollici- 

tation, solicitation, f-LSI . 
p3ot^-^ , c. 3/ , procurateur... 
(La elephant, elephant, JJ . 

- U. ^» ;^ lvoire, ivory, r-U . 

U, ^a,etc., f, P l. \" et~', 
tpiaXv), coupe, cup, ^IS'. 

- 1 6^3 , 113 , vase, vase, »lii ; coffret, 

casket, *ijX~j> . 
fa . $\ . $ , etc., olXotvxiot, contribution, 
contribution, Sj* t i«a»- j lutte, struggle, 



i wiS . ^ , rcuXa?, portes, aW.r, t-jt^ji . 

^L3 , etc., coupe, cup, ^-IT. 

JiJ» , epaivoXl]?, chape, cqjtor, Sjtii. . 



(.m,,g>) 



|ao*3 , 7C8U7.XI ,* - ^Oyi3 , 
tcs?(HV || »ax ^a^3 o« ls**a persua- 
der, to persuade, *Jl . 

- l«**3 ou Jco-3 ? jusTai?, 1° persuasion, 

conviction, confiance, foi, persuasion, 
conviction, confidence, faith, JJcA <. s-Lil 
oUJ t UJ j 2° credit, pouvoir, credit, 
power, ojAit j^ii j 3° raison, preuve, 
argument, proof, i>lt>j i *»- j 4° sup- 
plication, supplication, f jJH • |km*3 
id. lo et4°\\ ^ r , IL^f lettres tes- 
timoniales, testimonials, v^' JjL"^ • 

- n»*3/ persuader, to persuade, *il ; 

r ^ — 

^a. , prouver, to prove, je- j*j- ; de- 
mander, to ask, t-Jt j supplier, to 
entreat, fy*i ', reconcilier, to recon- 
cile, J»lj ; etre persuade^ to be persua- 
ded, £i\ . - 3 l «^L? om 3 vm-3LL/ 
^. ; r. ; ^ , obdir a, to oi^, f-U»l . 

- ua-3jo /». a. ; /i. />., persuade... 

- tl flw i ° > v> suppliant, suppliant, J-_j^. J 

intercesseur, intercessor, rJ£ . 

- fiu |iaa*&M par persuasion, persuasively, 

^UL. ; par priere, suppliantly, fj^j . 

- |Laioa*3M persuasion, persuasion, f-UJI j 

priere, exhortation, prayer, exhorta- 
tion, ijAij^ i 2"}Lrf» . 

- \sa3ac p. p. ; ca 7 qui sait, who knows, 
_ |L n i c n. q l^ao obeissance, obedience, icU? . 



|.-<ca.°> mouchete, spotted, Jaijl . 

|^ , /»erj., pir (soufisme), /»fr (sufiism), 

y*y& j 7r'jpo)|jL3C, encensoir, censer, 'J*^ . 



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*** — V» 



1 i-S , i~o&j , broyer, to pound, J#" . 

- 2 ya9Lf etre reduit en cendres, to 4e 
reduced to ashes, ^Lj J I <J_^ . 

A *^ ^ machoire, jaw, ^ ; joue, cheek, -i>- ; 
c6t6, side, <-^ ; soufHet, slap, i^ 

- \xksi bavard, gossip, -kX-> * impudent, 

impudent, «ui- . 

- iLoiaS bavardage, zWfe ta/!£, »jv \ 

impudence, impudence, 4*LL- . 
- 2 ^3 bavarder, to chatter, jj . 

1 r 
0» *V°> , , etre fade, terne, s'affadir, 

to 4e or grow insipid, dull, j^c ; <uJ • 

devenir insens6, to grow insane, J$»- ; 

s'adoucir, se calmer, to aiafe, cool, 

u» ; ^il j s'affaiblir, to grow weaker, 



- 2 o»a3 oter l'ardme, affadir, to remove 
the aroma, make insipid, j*~* ', dena- 
turer, to alter the nature, ji- t j«— 
. . . io-Js- J adoucir, mitiger, to aiate, 
temper, iJuU- i jJ ; annuler, to annul, 
^1 ; ^« , ecarter de, to />u/ azt>q>>, 
from, jc o*j1 . - 2 ori3L/ p. 

- |ov>a3 insipide, insipid, *J& • terne, 

- 6-1ova3 sottement, foolishly, ia'iLj . 

- |Loov*a3 deraison, unreason, 4*tAj * 

insipidite, insipidity, *»Uj . 

- 3 o*i3/ rendre insipide, to /nafe insipid, 

l$Ju ju& ; adoucir, to soothe, ijii»- . 
- 3 <ha3LL? etre refute^ to be refuted, 

"-ail . 



♦ *^^ , , lier, enchainer, to £zW, cAafn, 
jiyl i iuj ; joindre ensemble, to put 
together, *J> . -ijiaL/ p. 



- |Lo^a3 action de lier, binding, iu j . 

- Itls «/. ; lien, £on</ 5 J.I j ; empfi- 

chement, impediment, JjU j enigme, 
enigma, ji) . 

- 2 *a3 lier, to bind, Jojj ; embarrasser, 
to insnare, JS^p . - 2 ;a3L/ />. ; r. 

i. -"^ , ^*3j , asperger, to sprinkle, jij . 

- |6>\i\q , bot., fenugrec, fenugreek, Sjl*- . 
. r ^ai\Q| t palpel, asperger, souiller, to 

sprinkle, soil, iLjJ i J. j . - r vbSl./ 
A ; r, 

- Ha^oS souillure, defilement, i^-j . 

II. a ^ briser, to break, jS . . 1 <*£sL/ 
etre transperce, to is pierced, (:f ) j«l» . 

|&3 vase..., ». (US . 

ILU3 si |LJb , L&3 , />/. |L(L3 , compa- 
raison, allegorie, comparison, allegory, 
>J ' "S^J 5 image, type, image, type, 
Jli. i Zjj~e ; proverbe, proverb, Ji. • 
enigme, enigma, JiJ . 

- jliLjJS allegorique, allegorically^j-j . 

- fc.>^>Lll3 symboliquement, symbolically, 

- |Lo-jL|B allegorie, allegory, y>j . 

- 2 L11S exprimer symboliquement, 
comparer, to express symbolically, 
compar, («i.) <t_i t j>j . - 2 65iaLf/). 

1 113 rechercher, to j^arcA for, Jzi ; 
epouiller, to remove lice, Ji J faire la 
cueillette, to gather, <_iiaS . - l dLsl} p. 

- 2 J^3, c. ijia. 

u-a^ib , eic, jreAayo?, mer, haute 
mer, if a, high sea, |»lkJ» t ^ . 

s^^® , , partager, s^parer, to divide, 
separate, 3^ 4 f"*' > ^ > achever une 
moitie, to finish a half, Lluu (Jj>) JT ; 



^ft— ^s 



276 



^* , mettre en desaccord, to set at 
variance, Crf. •*-*' ', - 1 s^3 , ' , etre 
au milieu, to be in the midst, b~>ji • 
etre partage en deux, to be divided in 
two, jru-J Jl —Jul . - 1 (^3L;/>. ; 
douter to doubt, v^j' • 

- k^3 , path., apoplexie, apoplexy, i£— , 

- |U^i , pi. iLL^ket ILS^i , moitie, 

demie, half, Ji »jJ ; milieu, middle, 
h*j ; division, faction, schisme, 
discorde, division, faction, schism, 
discord, J»*5^i tJSULijl iuj> ii«-J j 
section, section, tj^ • semblant, 
feinte, pretence, feint, o»Ia. i ysllij 
|| fc-i a^^S demi mort, half dead, 
£~j> iJuaJ || ILa^^S ^» coheritier, 
co-heir, >t>j\ J ^Ia. . 

■ l^u.3 participant, participant, iJjli- , 

■ k^£ hesitant, hesitating, iijU ; ^1 } 

en disaccord avec, irrite contre, in 
disagreement with, angered against, 
j. Jibi. ; « .Jtkk j| (III* i^ia d'age 
moyen, middle-aged, j*jJI Iz^jz, . 

■ k*k^3 par parties, in parts, »!>>-Ij ; 

avec hesitation, hesitatingly, iiju • 
• ILa^As division, division, i«-J J dis- 
sension, dispute, dissension, dispute, 
S^-li* t iii^. j doute, hesitation, 
doubt, wavering, «/" ' ^ ; duplicite, 
duplicity, l\*\j» . 

J^ 3 3 ^^ > partie, part, >>- ; moi- 
tie, milieu, half, middle, .k-j c iJuaJ ; 
bas-ventre, fou^r £«//)>, ^jiaJI Jl^ . 

k^3 division, division, i«-J . 

' 2 s^3 partager, distribuer, to divide, 
distribute, (*k*) £j jn (^L.) jy ; sepa- 
rer, to separate, ~i j mettre en doute, 
to ca// in question, ... SJLib- j <_jIj j! . 



&«|^Sbo separement, separately, Jc 
»-J-l j en plusieurs endroits, in 
several places, kSi.\ 3-Uj . 

k^*> n. ag. ; arbitre, arbitrator, 



- 2 v^3LJ p. ; r. ; douter, hesiter, 
to <foa£f, waver, aj t <iii . 



- k^j^ 3 en desaccord, at variance, jAz£ • 

heretique, heretic, Sj^j* • 

- U^LaS partage, division, i«-J ; distinc- 

tion, separation, distinction, separa- 
ti° n > 3ij£ i ys ; partie, part, ~5 ; 
section, section, » j»- j doute, doubt, 

- ku ^v^tsw divisible, divisible, i*-JUl Jjtf . 

- ILoi^aboo hesitation, hesitation, ssj . 

- s^S/ , ^*. , exciter, to excite, *i->. . 
I. k^S tambourin, tambourine, Jo . 

n. k^S , cpaXscy?, phalange, troupe, 
phalanx, troop, SS^i l l^ ; escorte, 
wcort, ^^ j 1 6^3 troupe, troop, ii^i . 

- k*^& soldat, soldier, iS^ . 

laa^vS , pi. £ ' , yk£yp.<x, pituite, 
pituita, plh . 

(£>3) . t^oS } etc., acier, steel, iV^i . 
*jov^S disperser, dissiper, to scatter, dissi- 
pate, cSi <. *Jj J separer, to separate, 

- lyo^ad dispersion, dispersion, CJLU ; 

trouble, trouble, jiS ; pourriture, 
rottenness, vhi j morceaux, fragments, 

kj,oi3 , fto., xtXo)TO?, feutre, /*/*, ^J ; 
manteaux, mantle, .JiLu j sac, ia^, 

k^Ia»ais } c. ^ %y>rfv^ , fouets... 

|. wn\^ , 7:Xoualov } broderie peinte, 
painted embroidery, OjL j Jaj . 

i*i»a^S } osXjxouvt, quelqu'un, some 
one, As-ij . 



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£\s — ^a 



1 ■v' 

^••^3 } et , cultiver, to cultivate, ^ii ; 

labourer, to plough, i/- ; travailler, 
to work, Jiiil ; exercer, pratiquer, 
faire, to exercise, practise, do, ^jU <j~il-! 
Jj^ ; celebrer, to celebrate, j Ji^-I ; 
servir, honorer, to serve, honour, fA>- 
C^TI ; traiter, to treat, JU j frequen- 
ter, to frequent, ^-ilp ; t» , faire usage 
de, to mate use of, J**—* I j agir, to 
act, J^ . - 1 i^3lf p. ; £tre soumis, 
to be subdued, *Ja- . 

- \* &S i serviteur, agent, ministre, ser- 

vant, agent, minister, j X> i J*Ip t ,oU- j 
soldat, soldier, ^Aj.- J ouvrier, pay- 
san, worker, peasant, ^i t J*L . 

- liii iS 8 ! servile, servile, ^aU- ; militaire, 

military, ^^L^ , 
_ ).i.. \q militaire, military, ^ ^Swt . 

- |La«J^£ , />/. IL o M Sft , service, service, 

4*±>- ; service militaire, art mili- 
taire, armee, military service, military 
art, army, J^- i ^ ^SL-c ^ c \_^-t J 
metier, frade, i^ • repas, festin, 
m«j/, banquet, «-Jj < ij»-j t JT! ; 
serviteurs, servants, fl-U- ; groupe, 
corps, group, corps, *ij <. it],*- j| {i 
|La-AS soldat, soldier, &£—* . 

- |~^S n. a#. ; diligent, diligent, jU- j 

ddvot, devout, JjU j religieux, monA, 



, competent en, competent 
■^- I usite" (mot), uW 



«a.«jL" 



.M J . 
(word), (UT) 

Ji^AaS labourage, culture, plough, 
tillage, **-•& iij>-; champs, fields, 
J_ji>- j agriculteurs, farmers, by-^i ; 
— service, service, i«A>- j armee, 
army, ( _£j- j culte, worship, SaLc j 
office, service, ^ j \ devotion, devo- 
tion, -L«J • — exercice, pratique, 



exercise, practice, i->jlc i j/yT j tra- 
vail, tache, work, task, J-^ (. Jii ; 
fabrication, fabrication,*^*? ;— par- 
chemin, parchment, jj ; (?) linge, 
linen, Jj-ix. . 

- 2 uȣ9 travailler, to work, Jiitl . 
- 2 cJi9Lf etre cultive, to be tilled, 
(£■) i^s- j etre instruit, to 6e learned, 
•Jit*" J servir, to j^jw, (•■*»- . 

- p^S ouvrier, qui cultive, worker, who 

cultivates, ijU- 4 J»L- j agriculteur, 
agriculturist, ^i ; vigneron, vine- 
dresser, A£ \ adorateur, devot, wor- 
shipper, devaut, JjU t a>-L- . 

- |La-A5 agriculture, agriculture, S»-^i . 

- Pu^aS travail, work, Jii ; co//., les 

serviteurs, the servants, Aj£-\ . 
- 3 itmS, *} faire travailler, faire servir, 
to make work, make serve, (^) Jii 
j»-i>-l ■ enroler, to enlist, ( J^ r \ pren- 
dre a gages, to Aire, ^»-l^-l ; preposer 
a, to set over, Je- (a.) J j j — travail- 
ler, to rwori, Jiiil ; servir, to serve, 
/•-U- • cultiver, to cultivate, i y . 

1. 1 tg^3 , 'rf , rejeter, to /Arow «/>,?• yb-l • 
enfanter, to imz£ ybrtA, (^.) Ji j , 

1 . ,>- 
11. <N^9 } et* , &t ou d., s'^chapper 

de, dchapper a, to escape from, escape, 

o* i-jj* ' u* , -~^' j sortir, to 50 oaf, r-^ . 

- 2 i^3 laisser s'echapper, to fef escape, 

Cj^iVb *J 7»r" ; 2rf., faire tehapper 

a, to mote escape, Jr*^' J lib^rer, to 

yiw, jy ; sauver, to ja»e,(^) tr al>- ; 

relacher, to loosen, jll»i j Eloigner, 

to remove, «wl . - 2 >(y\^L//>. ; 6chap- 

per, to escape, \jt . 

- ^Sd rescape, sauv^, survivor, saved, 



jjaU^i. 



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278 



- l£A&3 Evasion, salut, escape, salvation, 

^y"^*- i uj» j coll., les rescap^s, 
the escaped, (:f) u^v*UJ>l . 

- 3 i$£3J libdrer, to free, jj>- . 

m r )fl\«u } saf'el, expulser, to expel, *)? . 

(y$±2>) . j!&£o3 etc., pi. uair ' , TUoXl- 
T313C, r^publique, etat, republic, state, 
Hji s. 5jj_^- ; province, province, 
iili. j ascese, ascetism, -i*j II ;^ 
lL£j£o3 citoyen, citizen, jLII ,^1 . 

- icUMol^AaS } <?fc., />/. &l , 7C0AI- 

tsuojjlsvos, magistrat, magistrate, 

fr;. 

-}^a£^S,a3 , 7CoXlTsO<70« |j ^ 'al 
traiter des affaires, to irea/ affairs, 

- |n>5'^ ; - Uft.fr'^aS de l'6tat, poli- 

tique, of the state, political, Jjj 
J5-L- ; public, public, i£jj+*- i pic . 

|I£&3 , /»/. |L5£&3 , 7cXax3Ta 5 place, 
square, 4»-L- , 

y., ^JtXaTtov, palais, palace, ^-oi . 

(«A3) . ««*^3 , xXyjpTjS, plein, /u//, 
651. . 

- l.ya3o;A3 , 7cXt]po^opia, certitude, 

certitude, iyJu ', pi- ia»l*5a3o;A3 
temoignages, testimonies, oijl^i . 

- l^»yo3o;A3 5 lcXY]0090p^(Jat || 'as 

pi remplir (un ministere), to exer- 
cice {office), (iiJijj) AS • informer, 
to inform, icl ; satisfaire, to satisfy 
ij*j\ \\ looi A3 etre informe, to oe 
informed, Jp iJJj . 

- ^L. joSo^AS , JcXr)pOCpOp7)69]VXl 

j| low A3 etre persuade, to be per- 
suaded, »u»l || »a». A3 se persua- 
der, to persuade oneself, oTU . 



£3, m., s»«- e* pl.J. |fiuA3 , 0- , ^ , 



-' / 



/>/. |k_. , un tel, jj^A a one, o~& ; un 
certain..., a certain..., L... ; quelque, 






- £3 1 telle chose..., v. a \ . 

(A3) . |jA-3 , «to., <psX6vT)?, cape, 

Ctf^e, _f«-rf> »ljj . 
ij A 3 t IsAoS f ooAXljj mon., obole, 

obole, ^Ji . 
y aoA3 , lat.falsum, faux, _/ii/j«, v-olS". 

(i°mn\^j . |Soi»n'V, t i , etc., (piXoaO^O?, 
philosophe, philosopher, ,J»j...l.i . 

- | I'* o « t Q > v . ^ , <?fc., <piXo(70(pta ; 

- ILttSoranN. * j eto., philosophic, 
philosophy, ii-ii . 
_ti&gA3 ; -*i3.eA3L/ etre philosophe, 
to ie a philosopher, Isj-JLioLS' <. ._>~l «T . 

- l^3&mci£«3 , 91X0(70991(7x1 || 'vi 

»a». philosopher, to philosophize, 

x vA3 , r , ecarter, to />aZ artrf*, -l<ul || m&3 
Utof emmener hors du chemin, to 
toAe ok/ 0/ the way, Jj^UI j* ^U-l . 

- |jkA3 , \A3 } occasion, occasion, 4~*ji 

~ 3 v±$l rejeter, to shake off, jj J deboi- 
ter, to luxate, JU- j liberer, to /res, 
j ^3- j s£duire, to seduce, ,jji- . 
&3.A3 , ^iA3 , poivre, pepper, Jili . 

|i^.9 , reXsX'J?, cogn^e, (j*ff, ,_^U . 
|sA3, ^/. u» r ', 7cX%?, ^Xaxo^ ; .^IfAS, 
/>/. ll* ', ^Xaxiov, table, toi/e, r>J . 
u»a^^3 , etc., TCsXxpyoff, cigogne, 

**^3 , , percer, enfoncer, to pierce, 
to break through, jj* <■ <— -«j ; recher- 
cher, to research, Jt ^jili J "^. tendre 
a, to tenrf to, -Ua» . - 1 ^A3L/ /). ; etre 
ouvert, to oe opened, ~xiil . 



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&i3 — ^ 



■ * •. ' II j * ' •* r * 



- |&A3 II |k-»o/ (m\3 carrefour, cross- 

roads, Jjji. . 

- |&Ao3 percement, sape, piercing, sap- 

ping, ji*-<. <_JLj j perc^e, opening, iJij . 

- 2 iA3 creuser, percer, to hollow, pierce, 

«H * 

i. 



|J6\3 , ffHOpov, surf., arpent, acre,^^^. 
(^i*S>) . (I\ajft3 , lat. familia, famille, 
family, 1UU- , 

. » r » 

- (.\in^ serviteur, servant, pjl»u . 
u»o3,x3 , TCOjicpoUiJ, pustules, pustules, 

MS rf 1 i*iB tourner (intr.,), se tour- 
ner, to /am, to tarn round, jta t c.ArJI j 
se convertir, to 6e converted, ^JIzaI j 
revenir, to refarn, jU ; decliner (jour), 
to aar/tne (flay), ( j>-r) J I* ; aux. (== adv., 
de nouveau, again, *JL* , ex. Ik_ |i3 
il revit, he saw again, SJ^isL) • - 1 i-.'3L/ 
im^CT-. ySL/ <?* uoSLj , c. 1 JiS ; ^ , 
prendre soin de, to to£e care q/", j ^c\ ; 
"^ , regarder, to foo£ a/, J I Jij . 

- jl±3 angle, ow^fe, \ jlj j point critique, 

crise, decisive turn, crisis, <*j\ t S-iic j 
soir, evening, »L_ , 

- ^id du soir, o/" <Ae evening, (jL- . 

- |L'3 et \LSsl 9 afo. ds , ^/. ; "'■» } 

cote, side, <g>- ; region, lieu, region, 
place, olSC ; ij>.Uj|j Ic^Ia J» $ur 
l'ordre de, by order of, ... ^L . 

G-a3 , "^ , mouvement vers, move- 
ment towards, J! iiSji- ; souper, sup- 
per, «Lic . 

- MA» retournement de..., turning of..., 

- ILai.i ^ foo id. ; retour, return, fyrj ', 

action de se d&ourner, turning 

aside, »LiJl . 



- 2 i*i3 rendre, to give back, **?_> j 
r^pondre, to answer, <*jU-1 ' exaucer, 
to gran', i-jU^-I ; r&ribuer, to rema- 
nerate, lilT ; accorder, to concede, 
£-■ ; tourner (tr.), to (urn (fr.),jlj! . 
- z i-i3Lf />. ; revenir, to return, jI* . 

ma X 

- ^.joa action de ramener, de rendre, 

bringing back, giving back, oUI t p-U-jl ; 
retour, return, ^.-j ; conversion, 
conversion, »lux*l j exaucement, gron- 
ft'nf, 4jU^*.1 ; restitution, restitution, 
Jj ; revocation revocation, <JlLul 
|| |fcii» oa Ja&^k3 cJoS r^ponse, 
■answer, vW || £*3» 1&±* ann£e 
anniversaire, anniversary year, Si- 

- 3 w3/ tourner (tr.), to turn (tr.), jljl j 

faire revenir, ramener, to /note 
return, bring back, ,»»-jl t alp I j 
rendre, to £i'z/e AacA:, *j j convertir, 
to convert, ^o* ; d^tourner, to furn 
away, (jc) J_^- . 

- |L n i. iav > action de ramener. bringing 

back, £J>-j! J conversion, conversion, 

U>*i£ noisette, hazel-nut, J-Cj . 

lla. ^* * "^ > TCVstipiaTlxoS, spirituel, 

spiritual, j~jj . 
Uj*^3 , lat. pontones, cargos gaulois, 

gallic cargo-boats, SJU ^Li ji- . 

i*»o£od , xavTO)?, tout-a-fait, absolutely, 
%\£ ; assurement, undoubtedly, U»- . 

I' W'O ' i 8 ' , etc., pi. i*» P , (pavxauia, ima- 
gination imagination, JJt t JL>. • 
image, image, »jj^> j nature imagi- 
naire, imaginary nature, <UL>- i^J» J 
prodige, prodigy, i^-cl ; pompe, 
pomp, if- 1 . 
- 4 uȣl9L[ se representer, to imagine, 



«h 



Ma3 — £o3 



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ut&»i3 , £fc., (poTvt^ ornith., pMnix, 

phoenix, »IjLp . 
(iii e( £iJ& , 7tiva£, plat, rfisA, j^ ; 

/{/., patene, paten, ^-l^JI Vr-" ; table, 

took, SJjlt . 

^mia , etc., cpavo?, lampe, /am/>, Ar** • 

Ltt>ai. v Smi°i } gfc., 7TXV<j£Xy)V0£, pleine 
lune, _/«// moon, j-b . 

2 * ^ 
* X? I lg> charmer, to delight, (-»*) ju j 

amollir, to unman, Jb . - 2 uw3Lf ^. ; 

ta , se delecter dans, jouir de, to 

delight in, enjoy, j juJ t j iiJj . 

_ IaiAw , ioj&k } tendre, delicat, 
tender, delicate, jJj i fX> j beau, 
pretty* J^ • 

_ b*l&iAao dans la luxure, lustfully, J 

- JLoaiAas vie delicate, delicate life, »L»- 

^j J vie de plaisirs, life of pleasures, 
ol-iL »L>- ; plaisir, pleasure, »il . 

- IfetoS delices, luxe, delights, luxury, 

J»jT c ol.iL. . 

- ^o*i3L plaisir, volupte, pleasure, volup- 

tuousness, JiiJ c Sol ; banquet, ian- 
^i«<, Uj ; (jIIjSL pi. ; mets deli- 
cats, delicate food, i2;»J *»J»I • 

- V&iSk * voluptueux, voluptuous, jjj+i . 

-^umSJ rejouir, to cA«?r, (a.) rj • 
gater, to jpotY, JJj . 

|Lj*La j |(Lai3 , etc., TCivaxiSlov, ta- 
blette, writing-tablet, *>^J^!> \ volume, 
volume, ^s~ ; collection, collection, 
"At- i lc-j*£- \ petit livre, little book, 



I 9 ™ 
JLfiOS et 



|fivs&3 sort, fate, y^ <• j-& ; 
part, lot, ~<*v ; tirage au sort, dra- 
wing of lots, *t-ji j suffrage, suffrage, 

■ iuaatSLf etre permis, to be permitted, 






- lassos permis, permitted, rj+—* . 

. j * . . . . . i 

- lofted permission, permission, uji . 

o »r ... I 

-°w»9/ permettre, to permit, oi\ . 

- ILam^M permission, permission, oil . 

ItaaS , />/. [Ico3 , paume (de la main), 
palm (of the hand), (jJI) i»-lj ; plante 
(du pied), sole (of the foot), (j»jiaII) 1 ^1»L| . 

lao£ , etc., m. et J., ©otftfa J - s <vgj»a3 , 
etc., ^offffaxov, tranchee, trench,3xs- ; 
camp, arm^e, cam/), arm^^l^ i j$L~»* . 

k^fr**'* ) P^'J"^'^, betes de somme, 
foajfo of burden, <_- 'Ijj . 

intiQiftnS , «to., TTlCTl^, foi, faith, <2? t oLc I . 

- n»na(ywi^ , TTKJTIXO?, pur, ^u«, j> . 
»Hin.g.Bn^ , c. |niNi»S , familier... 

n» n«».$. «^ , eto., pi. o* ' , t{*lTT3Ot0?, 

perroquet, parrot, »U-j . 
|ilaa3 , <pa<Tl£Xv6s, ornith., faisan, />A^a- 

sant, rjjj . 
i^a^kS , «to., ^ixiTl^, r^ponse, answer, 

^>\yr . - |fr<« .m^ , f pi., apparition 

(d'une etoile), appearance (of a star), 

(/)^ ■ 
1, W3 , , tailler (une pierre), to cut (a 
stone), (l^>t>-) c^- . 

- U«a3 tailleur de pierres, stone-cutter, 

- ILfiSnm 8 ! taille des pierres, stone-cut- 



ting, ijl«- c^- . 
- | N\ . m^ pierre taillee, cut-stone, j> 



^Axoi } />/. ,^5.013 , <pi<7jA!X, imagina- 
tion, imagination, JL>- . 



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vm3 



1 y 

>&*fia3 J } marcher, avancer, to step, 

advance, f JJiJ t ^ j franchir, to ooer- 
jfe/>, jbJ ; ^1 } penetrer dans, to 
penetrate into, J J^j ; ^ t trans- 
gresser, to transgress, >_jJU- j mal 
agir, to do wrong, J*«JI .LI j ^i } 
mepriser, to scorn, j2z-\ j oser, entre- 
prendre, to (fare, attempt, J* fJil t j^- . 
- 1 >Ja3L/ ^tre attaque, to fo? attacked, 
fry • 

- |_k.n>£ et |£vjaA pas, Jte/>, S^La . 

- ti-.m °> Cvw || ab U inaccessible, inacces- 

sible, 4-JI J^, V . 

.2*a»S briser, to AreaA, (>L.) J»>- . 
- 3 >>*»3; faire franchir, to make everstep, 

(>aa»3) . tooLaS ? ^CpOS, caillou, 
/»<?££&, SL*>- ; suffrage, suffrage, £jj~* . 

- \L±*k , <|rt]<plff, 1° petit caillou, 

small pebble, "»jX^o «La>. • 2° jeu 
de des, game of dice, rJjJa-i . 

- v a.^.n>^ } (j>irjcpiov, id. 1°. 

-\^~£J& , pi. U"' t ^(piapia, 
suffrage, suffrage, £j_y* ; decret, 
decree, jlyl . 

1 r 
*am&) t ' } couper, to cut, J»i ; 

retrancher, to cut off, ^ ; fendre 

(la foule), to cut (through the crowd), 

( J>«-4- ') J- 1 ; passer par, to pass by, 

J j* I chatrer, to castrate, iS a^~ • 

supprimer, oter, to suppress, take away, 

£_ J ' I* J empecher, to hinder, v- ; 

excommunier, to excommunicate, *j>- • 

deplacer, to displace, Jii ; abreger, 

to abridge, j^J-\ \ diviser, to divide, 

f-S ; rompre, to AreaA «/>, ji ; inter - 

rompre, to interrupt, J/ij\ j decider, 



to <fc«*<fe, j^i j , V^ , forcer a, to force 

to > d* -?r' i — in(r -5 etr e coupd, to 
6e cu/, jwki;! ; ^0 , cesser, to cease, JJaj ; 
^» , s'abstenir de, to abstain from, 
jc <_ie ; disparaitre, to disappear, 
,}**+-J>\ ; se separer, to part, J-aiil . 
- 1 ia«3L?/». ; etre deTendu, to A* 
forbidden, a~-I f| ll») umd juger, to 
7"4?*> S*- || l»^«« i**n3 se decourager, 
decourager, to be discouraged, discou- 
rage, (j^i)4cLtf , oi-lc4^L<s'CjJ>- j J Land 
l»lo faire un traits, to make a treaty, 
-**">j ||o>J*»>*a iomS tenir pour certain, 
to AoW or certain, JlTU I! <& bond 
il est bien etabli, it is well established, 
C^iil j. ; il a et6 decide, it has been 
decided, jjii . 

■ U><un3 n. ag. ; section, section, « j>-~ J 

gram., enonciatif, enunciative, <j j\jJ . 
. ^louis brievement, iri^/Ty, jLa^-lj . 

■ |Loft*js«3 separation, separation, JUaiil 

|| aa^nia , c. Au}a*«a3 . 

■ (aaS partie, morceau, part, piece, 

**k* ' *j^ \ cloison, partition, J»-L»- ; 
troupe, froo/», iJ^i ; troupeau, herd, 

[ao3 coupure, cutting, «Li ; retran- 
chement, suppression, abolition, 
retrenchment, suppression, abolition, ?}*■ 
►Ul t kj»-i»- ; castration, castration, 
»Ua>- j cessation, fin, cessation, end, 
^.W" ' J'jJ J separation, separation, 
JUaiil j decision, decret, sentence, 
decision, decree, sentence, r_y*j* i jl^S 
's*- ; peine, punishment, ulic ; defi- 
nition, distinction, definition, distinc- 
tion, y~t 1 OjO^ ; excommunication, 
excommunication, ?j*- • parti, faction, 
/iar(>i, faction, <-jj- <• i«-i J troupeau, 
herd, ^Jai ; partie, />art, » j»- ; gorges, 



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defile, pass, defile, J~a* i -rj>- || Vi 
las*£ sans interruption, uninterrup- 
tedly, 9-UaiJl j ji II |ftM>°i-» en resume, 
bref, on the whole, in brief, jLai^L 
|| l^aa »A.ott3 orconcision, circum- 
cision, jb»- || \7.\*> iabbS chagrin, 
abattcment, abjection, grief, despon- 
dency, abjection, *JVi ; *Jti j^i- ; ,c 
|| It^fiD tattS decouragement, de- 
sespoir, discouragement, despair, *U 

lia^aS decret, sentence, decree, sen- 
tence, £»- t jlji ; destin, T^fe, j-6 j 
prix dtabli, convenu, settled, agreed 
price, 4~U Jix. 4 Jum j* || |iA*taS 
PM99 tribut, tribute, "*ij>- || [aba 
iia»aS) traite, treaty, SjaIm . 

, Ifc^^ooS decret, sentence, decree, sen- 
tence, £»- <. j\J 1 \t\~a.t*°) pi. ; ab- 
rege, abridgement, j*&- ', bref, brief, 
jv-j || |No".a«^y |mo* jour du juge- 
ment, day of judgement, *ijj->3\ (•_*» 
|j |fcol^3j , ( = a/;.)., abr^ge, 
court, abridged, short, j^ai t j*a&- 
|| |ft>n .«*.-> , (= adv.), brievement, 
briefly, jLa£*-Vl; . 

■ C^^Aadfios divisiblement, divisibly, 



- |Laiat«^rv»B sectionnement, sectwnmng, 

- 2 iA£n3 couper, to ;a/ ? «L» ; hacher, 
tailler en pieces, to chop, cut to pieces, 
(a.) .U j rompre, briser, to break, 
burst, jS , - 2 ia.oft3L/ />. 

_ ja«Ba3 coupement, cutting, *Ia* j sec- 
tion, section, ~j J schisme, schism, 



v *ttm3 , /a/ Jiscus, fisc, public treasury, 



IBmacoS bandelette, bandelet, ^oc * gar- 
niture, ornament, ijj j vetement de 
moine, garment of monk, i_-*lj <_j_jj . 

^iui3 , ffc., />/. iML.am^ , efc., Zaf. />«- 
«'«a, citerne, bassin, cistern, tank, j-> 
~& j <• '~~r . 

2 ^t3 rejeter, repudier, to reject, repu- 
diate, SjO i Jj . 

}1 jo&«»£ , lat. pistoria, gateau, cake,<jjL»-. 

[A.N"* a. , 7CK7TIX0£, serviteur fidele, 
homme sur, faithful servant, trustworthy 
person, Ja-» J»-j <. j^l joU- . 

lafWS eto., TtlffTaxiov, pistachier, pis- 
tachio-tree, Ji— iJi S^" J pistache, ^ir- 
tachifi-nut, Ji-i . 

1 ^ 
■^^ , <»&j , couper to cut, Jai j frap- 

per, to strike, >_j ^ ; broyer, to pound, 

£& J tuer, to Az7/, J^ J blesser, to 

wound, t-jT • - 1 m»3L//>. 

- \nS carnage, carnage, ~j j . 
- 2 <*v3 broyer, to pound, r±Z . » 2 m*3LJ 

/». ; £tre frappe, to be struck, (*f)^>j~* . 
m 3 wk9J faire eclore, to make hatch, rj\ \ 
se fendre (oeuf ), to split (egg) )0 -J^ J 
^jk , invectiver, to revile, ■_— . 

1 |_£s beler, to Afcaf, UI . 

- plva belement, bleating, »Uu . 
- 2 iJ3 beler, to W«rt, UJ . 

1 ^a3 , , travailler/to wori, Jiiil . 

- U-*3 ouvrier, labourer, J*U ; auteur, 

author, 9X^ j aide (m.), helper, AtL-. . 

- |Lc£^3 travail, irorA, J^ 1 J co/i., les 

ouvriers, the workmen, Jj^l . 

- ILia ouvrage tworA, J-i . 

1 {^3 , , avoir la bouche ouverte, beer, 
to gape, stand gaping, °li j*i . 



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ftS {a£ 



- \r^& ouvert, b^ant, open, gaping, -rfi* 

<J_^*« J La-^ , < %>a.oa£ j avide de, 
greedy for, J1 £.U» . 

- |^3 caverne, cavern, SjU* . 

JS.S , wAk t etc., rcxxxas, pape, pope, 
LL [se dit du Patriarche, du Pape, 
qqf. d'un archeveque, is used for the 
Patriarch, the Pope, sometimes an arch- 
bishop, t»L*l c liUI t iljr>JI & Jli 

[ii»u ^j . 

|i*I\a3 , waxtXtCDV, tente, pavilion, 
tent, pavilion, I>lk™i 4 5*_^ . 

|iaa<^£aa 3 etc., rcsTCpayp^va, actes, choses 

faites, acts, things done, fJ_jSC^ t JL^I . 

v o*a3 , etc., Tuaxupos, papyrus, papyrus, 



<£*j . 



|Li3 sort..., 0. i^ftj . 

\' T®/ • 2 **J® sauver, delivrer, to save, 
deliver, (jJ) ^A*- c JL5i . - 2 w.»9L//>. 

rf > 

- *-* t^** P- P- i ^° j innocent de, ihno- 

- l^t&M liberateur, liberator, ^yfe- . 

- lyaS d&ivrance, salut, deliverance, 
salvation, l _ r »~&>- 1 ilijl . 

I. l *»» 0j , ^ , franchir, passer, to craw, 
/>a« (over), jU- c «U . 

- jl»a Paques..., a. n. />r. 

- 3 i-^s; , -C , c. 1 J^ , celebrer la 
Paque, to celebrate Easter, ~^iJI .Lc . 

1 r 

II. s*» .9 a ? se rejouir to rejoice, j»-y . 

- X t-*3L/ id. ; devenir serein, to become 
serene, jlkil . 

- pl»jSresplendissant, resplendent,' J^i.; 

joyeux, g/a</, rj*', serein, serene, j*? . 

- fc^p-^3 joyeusement, gladly, ryu ; 

spontanement, spontaneously, u^Ae . 



- |La^*j3 joie, joy, ^J ; urbanity 

urbanity, ^Jl ; spontaneity, sponta- 
neity, lijkc . 

- \'Jf joie, joy, ^i . 

"tj 3 renc "e serein, to make serene, 

taiu j~ . 

- 3 *-^3? "/• ; rejouir, to cheer, ^J\ ; re- 
nouveler, to renew, -sJU- ; illuminer, 
to illuminate, »Lil ; — jn&-., se rejouir, 
to rejoice, ^J ; badiner, to>A<?, ^->; 
etre serein, to ie serene, jliiil . 

- |L^3m badin, playful, rj\j . 

- kitili&M en exultant, exultingly,A^A\, 

I*»j3 source, fontaine, spring, fountain, 
iff <■ *? \ cours d'eau, watercourse, 

1 Vj a , , fendre, couper, to cleave, cut, 

A> ' ip J parcourir, to travel about, 

jl^-l ; etendre (les ailes), to stretch 

out (urings), Ctjij . 

<• 2 \& partager, diviser, to share out, 

divide, ~J c (jJ) 3j . 

- ^* t 3 ^ j ar - o r"£ j explication, expla- 

nation, rji- . 

\&&) . \s>\k , etc., muet, dumb,^y-\ ; 
begue, stammerer, ^bc j bavard, /a/- 
kative, j\5j . 

- lLax>p mutisme, dumbness, ^ j>- ' 

b^gaiement, balbutiement, stamme- 
ring, lisping, 4»JU- i 4,..ic . 
_2iaa3 balbutier, to stammer, AL ; 
bavard er, to chatter, jj . - 2 iaA3L/ /». 

- |aa3 bavard, talkative, j\$J ; IfiJiaaS 

/. />/. ; inepties, ineptitudes, olil^- . 

- ^(aAd niaisement, 5j7/i7y, 4*->Lj . 

- l inn 8 ! qui balbutie, stammering, r^L . 

- ILaaoS bavardage, idle talk, ji* . 

- >aAaS inepties, ineptitudes, olilj*- . 



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284 



1 y ^ 
»XV°> , , chercher, to search for, 

J* (Jl.) J& ; desirer, regretter, to 

desire, regret, Je «Ju*l t j i_-p j J ^ o« </., 

ordonncr a, to enjoin to, j»\ ; recom- 

mander, to recommend., ^a jl J daigner, 

bien. vouloir, to deign, be willing, 

J jbJ i J***" ; l^guer, to &ao« iy arc'//, 

w^j d J ; ^1 ou rf., visiter, inspecter, 

recenser, to visit, inspect, count, JjLoj i j]j 

lS *>-\ ; prendre soin de, to take care of, 

t ^\ ; d«j V , proposer a, to set 

over, ^ |*UI .; venger, punir, to avenge, 

punish, ,jA^\i t J Jbal ; v » , dire 

adieu a, quitter, to take leave of, to 

leave, Jjli i (^*) %jj . -iJ&H p. ; 

manquer, to be wanting, jU • rester 

vide, to remain empty, UU .j || »o9 

oiU£ lui demander compte, to ask 

him for an account, *-*U- || \L) *o3 

juger, to judge, f— || l*££*a *o9 visiter 

(pour s'enquerir) de la sant£, to visit 

(to inquire) about the health, ( jj**^ - ') J Li 

- \fAok n. a#. ; chef, preset, magistral, 

chief, prefect, magistrate, 4J t <j -4j 
jf U- ; gram., imperatif, imperative, j* i . 

- 6^|Joa3 impdrativement, imperatively 

- ILoyoad pouvoir, commandement, 

power, command, <oV j t *l«i- ; ordre, 
recommandation, command, advising, 
*z~*S ' j'' > visite, ««<, »j^j J 
gram., impdratif, imperative, j»\ . 

- Ji^aaS 1° ordre pr^cepte, recom- 

mandation, order, precept, recomman- 
dation, ~<~*y '^r-^J ' j* 1 > 2° testa- 
ment, will, \~<>j\ 3° chatiment, 
peine, chastisement, punishment, <_r»L«» 
<_j>L«f j 4° gram., imperatif, impe- 
rative, j*\ . 



■ 2 vai ordonner, recommander, to 
enjoin, advise, ^j' c j^l J consti- 
tuer, £tablir, preposer, to constitute, 
settle, set over, j»tfl t *-J j ; visiter, 
to twtf, jlj . - a ¥ a3L/ p. ; £ t 6tre 
mis en garde contre, to be forewarned 
against, j. (f j -i.) _,A>- || ^ yo3 
oib^A faire son testament, to mofc 
one' j will, "t^r^j J^ 1 . 

- |LaJt&as» , c. Ii*aa3 1°. 

- I^oad id. ; testament, will, V"J • 
- 3 *o3J visiter, to visit, jlj . 

juriste, lawyer. 

1 r 
<»» C\°> j } fleurir, to blossom, yjl . 

_ ...£,» p. a. ; meilleur, better, (j-*-' 
II ^laS il est expedient, it is expe- 
dient, jJL c ^^AJ . 

- |l-'-"i» superieur, superior, jJli . 

- ^-1-'*^ comme de juste, rightly, lT 

V? • 

- |Loj1a3 avantage, advantage, S_vJL» . 

- |^a3 fleur, flower, »^* J . 

_ 2 ^,,^3 fleurir, to blossom, _y*j' . 
m 2 uJ*hLl €tre utDement averti, to 
be profitably warned, Jilib (^ j -L«) 4J . 

- u»a3 e/ ^l.o3 il vaut mieux, il est 

expedient, it would be better, it is 
expedient, ^"A* t J— i»f *»l . 

- |^.oad conseil, counsel, *>*-») . 
- 3 l-.o3/ fleurir, to blossom, J>j> . 

jllad ete., (pxxioXlOVj toque, turban, cap, 
turban, i.l> t i-^U ; chape, co/»e, SjU* . 

|{-f>» , c. i&ok , turban... 

l^aS , or. j^i , fakir, /aAir. 



285 

1 r 
^---^ , ' , fendre, dechirer, to split, 

tear, J> tji ; expliquer, to explain, 

£y* 5 intr -> gtr e rompu, se rompre, 

eclater, to be broken, blow up, «JL_il 

j*J6\ . - 1 <*____/ iVf. j'n/r. 

- t____>3 , ( ?) arch., coloquinte, colo- 

cynth, »U» . 

- La-»a fracas, amA, l>£Ji ; |fi____> , &____ 

plaine, plain, J*- ; valine, valley, s\j . 

- ^6*^3 de plaine, plat, of plain, flat, 

- J_-___ habitant du desert, desert-dwel- 

ler, '\jr~*\ ^U- . 

-|_-c_- fente, split, ji ; gorge (de 
montagne), pass, J~__. . 

- | __-___* fronde, 5/ing, ?•■>__, . 

- 2 -j_3 faire un grand bruit, to make 
noise, gj ; broyer, to pound, j# • 
faire eclater, to shatter, (__.) Ju ; 
tirer (de la fronde), to throw (with 
the sling), (^Ulb) ^j . - 2 ___£._//>. 

- [joaS , bot., coloquinte, colocynth, 

JJfc*- ; figue verte, unripe fig, U S_J . 

- |_va_S fracas, crash, ItiJ . 

- 3 -.»3J fendre, to split, ji ; faconner, 
to fashion, J-^ ; faire un grand 
bruit, to make noise, >&Ja . 

*■---© , ' ; -l^3L/ etre furieux, en 
rage, to be furious, rabid, ^iT 4 



- |j___3 furieux furious, j_-- ; lubrique, 
lecherous, J^i . 

- |{__9 5 /. |L{_»3 9 furieux, furious, Jj- . 

- MJ--3 impudiquement, lewdly, Sjl$_j j 

avec rage, rabidly, i_.._UJI j^i . 

- ILoi_-9 rage, demence, rage, madness, 

o £>- _J_T . 



l»a — >->a 

- !;___ rage, ra^e, _Jf . 
-*;*&_? , c. l^s ; ctre defloree 

(vierge), to be deflowered {virgin), 
(»L)J*) LrJlSo «r...r4ajf . 

n r r 

- *a3/ mettre en rage, to put into a 
rage, j_»-l j debaucher, to debauch, 

lUis , ^>/. |Jai fjjj^oj '3 vertebre, wr- 
tebra, 3 ^is . 

X . "" 
VS , »a£j* , s'en aller, fuir, to for 0/, 

-!;.;_> sot, foolish, j^l . 

- )5|3 , //. |» , r f |S , /. ,l^ f 

agneau, /ami, Jv- . 

- |L^ , pi. |$3 , son, balle, bran, boll, 

- 3 ;3? mettre enfuite, to /»a< to flight, 

- r ^^L/ , etpalpal, rendre l'ame, to 
£«w i# the ghost, r,J\ LA . 

- li-ij<_S penurie, scarcity, Jja ; tour- 

ment, torment, <_jl.it . 

}+& et iwk etre fertile, to be fruitful, 
<----»■ . - i -.v3L/ etre rompu, to fo 
broken, «__Ju1 . 

- ^3 1° procreation, procreation, S_V, ; 

2° fructification, fructification, jLc'l ; 
3° fertilite, fertility, ____^ ; 4° des- 
cendance, descent, iJ^L- . 

- U^S 10". 3° et 4° ; propagation, propa- 

gation, j\£j . 

- Ujoa , c. W*$ 2°. 

- 3 -.^/ engendrer, to beget, (__.) oJj j 
ordonner (des pretres), to ordain, 
C 4 ^ ) *- J J produire, to 6re<f^, -_Jl ; 
rendre fertile, to makefruitful,^^>-\ . 



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286 



- ]Hi±*» n. ag. ; maphrian (haut digni- 

taire Jacobite), maphrian (high Jaco- 
bite dignitary), iJU iJj 1 _j-U*) ^ij** 
(vW Xs. . 

- ILail^ai fertility, fertility, >_wi>- j 

dignite de mafrian, dignity of maph- 
rian, o\j_jA\ 5Jj • 
. * £a»L{ etre fait maphrian, to become 
maphrian, uljyi* 0^>j . 
■—-fr^f* etc., 7capxpaTir)S, scelerat, 



ras- 



\ V^. i-3 ) . 3 ^£af resplendir, etre beau, 
to be resplendent, beautiful, J*; <■ 3^ ', 
faire resplendir, to make resplendent, 

3_rk *i«r . 

- ILositai splendeur, splendour, J 1^1 . 

ki£^ , bot., millet, millet, »L-ij »jj . 

*»»*^v3 , JtapaY a ^ t0V > paragaude 
(tunique a galons), garment with purple 
border, ( J [ ~LJ> -0 ,jaS) *y-\j* • 

v*^^3 charmer, rejouir, to delight, 
cheer, (A*) -rj t (a.) o* ', se complaire, 
to delight (intr.), Jd\ . - 4 i^;9L/ p. ; r. 

- \l^JfaZ volupte, pleasure, ^^ . 

(^C^a) . ^0^3 et \±*^><& , 
TZ l xpxyys')'ix i avertissement, warning, 



- 4> is^^ prescrire, to prescribe, (Ju) ^j', 
exciter, pousser, to excite, urge on,t^- 
vj ; defendre, empecher, to forbid, 
hinder, 3y- t ^ ', admonester, to 
admonish, (J**) C-So ; informer, to 
inform, J*\ . -*^;SLf £. 

- U^toS precepte, precept, Z~*a j ; 
defense, prohibition, ^ \ menaces, 
threats, oIjuj^ j inhibition, inhibi- 
tion, «i. . 



11^13 , <ppxy£XXlOV, fouet, o;/k/>, .tj** . 

[l^is^Cs , pi. u»' ' , itpaYH- aTS ' 3C j ou " 
vrage, traite, work, treatise, <L£- i .JJj- J 
commerce, commerce, Sjljt . 

- l£»£ai^£9 , 7Cpay[j.aTS'JT^, mar- 

chand, merchant, jol* . 
-u»aa-4i^^3 , efc., 5tptXy[J.aTLX0V, 
edit imperial, imperial edict, ryj> 

1 V 
]\£> , , fuir, s'envoler, to flee, fly 

away, jU» t v 1 ^* • 

- |Lj3 grain, graine, grain, seed, L» 

•ji ; atome, atom, Sj-i ; \^ pi. ; 
semailles, sowing, Cj\*jjj> . 

- 2 »3 mettre en fuite, to /»«/ to 7%A/, 

- li*;9 qui s'enfuit, qui s'envole, fleeing, 

flying, j?U» c ^.jU . 
- 3 »;SJ s'emparer de, to grasp, dL».l ; 
terrifier, mettre en fuite, to terrify, 
put to flight, (a.) ^>j*- ' £J»I J faire 
avancer (1'armee), to make (the army) 
advance, i_i»-jJlj J^-\ j*\ . 

v o»i3 , TCpQoBov, tribunal, tribunal,XS^- J 
jugement, judgement, &- . 

(4>^) . JiotoUs ete., TCspioBeuTtjs, 
periodeute, visiteur, periodeuta, ins- 
pector, (jtii. t (JiL^I <_-jU . 

^•?*3 ou l****9 , 77>pcB£sia, grand trou- 
ble, panique, great disturbance, panic, 

i—£-j i iiJLi . 

.^>^3 , etc., zool., leopard, leopard, J^j ; 
pustules, pustules, ^ . 

1 p y . * 

\E&+^\£> j vtt^f^S , jardin, paradis, 

garden, paradise, ^jiji t Oli-j . 

- Pla<)^ gardien de jardin, garden- 

watchman. L)lx-J (j-jU- . 



287 



i«3-HB 



-'* r r 



\i±e**fy3 jardinier, gardener, jb~i . 

♦ " 

|Loidm*9;9 horticulture, horticulture^ 



lad»f;S , etc., %Opyi<JXQ<; } coffre, chest, 

[ai& tente, tent, *^S- , 

|Lo*3 , pi. |Lol3 j peau, vetement de 
peau, skin, leather garment, ^U t -li>- 

- \1& , ar. »lji , pelletier, furrier. 

|^o(S petit (d'oiseau), poussin, ^wu^f 
6tfrf, chicken, rjj* <■ (jjJ~**) r_J . 

J»|£v>Js , TCpdypxu.jia, ordre du jour, 
programme, order of the day, pro- 
gramme, rj-r* ' Jl^Vl J_»-i>- . 

laLyoid , efc., lieux d'aisance, water- 
closet, ~$£-\ £*u . 

>a»iBiiiBtt^o»S , ei*., %pO~ixf\Gl<Z, prero- 
gative, prerogative, jL~»l . 

y[|.4na^o(3 , rcp&}TO<X7Cx8apioS, protos- 
pathaire (dignitaire byzantin), .yfrs* 
sword-bearer, iJ^-JI J*U- ,j-iH-> • 

v «l^o^d , 7Cp<0TS?0V, primat, primate, 

i^aaa^oftSo^ 3 7Cp6|t|j.O£, vizir, nizzr, y j j. 
v oumoIS , «fc., /i/. £»o/o;3 , TCpOCHfUOV, 

preface, preambule, 4*JjL> . 
lajotd et }oo;.9 messager, messenger, oyj . 

|^o>o»3 5 TCpo<TTas, montant (de porte), 
door post, J--U* J porche, porch, J*--U 

l*«a£*»o;3 , eto., pi. no' , TupouTacrta, 
protection, protection, 3jU- . 

I^^movS , 7CpO(TTa€ 7 c. I^moi^ , mon- 
tant (de porte)... 

M>o*9 , c. M^>op , messager... 

M.?o£d edit, edict, ry_j* . 
t»ofe , etc., pi i£mw>*3 , 7tspti;(.)[jLa, 
ceinture, belt, jlij . 



JJf t& «{ Oi^od fer, iron, -UU- ; objet en 
fer, iron object, JjJ»- ^» *^ • hache, 
axe, ,_^li J U|?3 £/. ; chaines de fer, 
fetters, -UU- j« J--^U J tables en fer, 
iron tables, .UU- j. d"ifjU» . 

- U^l*3 ', - U^I*S de fer, of iron^J^Jo- 

|| |k»o ux^i^ arme d'un arc en 
fer, armed with iron bow, ^yu ?J— • 

l > 
w«**3 , , voler, to fly, jll» ; s'&endre, 

se propager, to spread, be propagated, 

ji£>\ i 4X.I . 

- |fcu.*3 oiseau, bird, J^> ; coll., oiseaux, 

birds, j^J» . 

- llo^S n. ag. ; apte a voler, capable of 

flying, jrJaj jL; j-o>- . 

- lLalota ; - C.i3 vol, flying, jlj*l» . 
- 2 i— ^3 voler, to fly, jll» J dissiper, to 

squander, ji ; - a u.i3L/ />. 

- li;S prodigue, prodigal, j-L. . 

- &*l_;3 prodigalement, prodigally, jj^ri 

- |La-l;3 prodigalite, prodigality, yil . 
- 3 i_£d{ faire voler, laisser s'envoler, to 

make fly, to let fly away, j&u&j i j4» J 
disperser, to disperse, iJj ; faire 
s'elever, to make rise up, Ji*^>l . 

- 1k_o*-*9 et |k**.o»_;3 etincelle, spark, 

'»j\ji ; tumeur, tumour, J^i . 

|jov-^3 , zool., chauve-souris, bat, ^[^j . 

*L\& , ,1° rompre, partager, fendre, 
to break, divide, split, Ji i <J i Ja»- ; 
2° dissiper, to dissipate, n> ; 3° re- 
pandre, to spread, JH . > 1 h{,;£L{ p. 

- \^& separation, separation, 3y . 
- 2 ^,Ji id. 1°. 



j;a — ±& 



288 



•• 3 i^jS/ tromper, to deceive, f-U- ; 
octroyer, assigner, to allow, appoint, 

l4,£a , xsip%rt\<; > pirate, />tVak, ^-Jl^ . 

|$&4*££ d > TCpOT^XTtop, garde du corps, 
bodyguard, dill I ^jU- . 

(tit*) • »*£$* j iat - praetor, preteur, 
praetor, (oLjJ\ Xs) ^Li . 

-X***^ , /•> TUpatxtoplov, pr^toire, 
proetorium, <•£< . 

- UjH* 3 pretonen, proetorian, ,yc£- 

1*^3 pelletier..., b. |Lo^9 . 

v agcui3 , /a*, privatum, tresor prive" (de 
rempereur),^rfi;afe treasure {of the em- 
peror), i g* J ~ a £\ (j>lj^l) bye- . 

|$aa-;3 } e tc. } xspl^wpo?, environnante 
(region), surrounding (region), «jj\e- 
(U,li.) . 

U-jS ou uiu^ } /r. />rin<:tf, chef, chief, 

i r 
y>'+& , , broyer, to pound, ^ j frot- 

ter, to ra£, ilj . - 1 yj3L/ j&. 

- USA cruel, cru^Z, <J»U- . 

' * i 

- |L&s^d cruaute, cruelty, M*- . 

- V** 3 J*- A 5 l^a-%3 grains broy^s, 

crushed grains, "&jjk* ^>y-- . 

- p(£ broiement, pounding, J& . 

- r i^v3 , j&a'/e/, broyer, to /rawnrf, J^ . 

- p&3;£ morceau, parcelle, bit, part, 

p£s , /., autel, altar, ~jX> . 
|k»*3 , etc., voile, «i7, u_>W*- . 



*%*& lier, enchainer, to bind, shackle, 
xi c iuj . -*<%j>;£l.//,. ; trebucher, 
to stumble, J J . 
- Ibj*3 lien, bond, JLi , 

4 ims3 palpi ter, to palpitate, ji>- . 

u^a£9 e* |L*ia£s , />/. |[i^S , 
|L«m^xb3^3 } eto., %p&%l<; ) acte, ac- 
tion, aci, action, J«i t J> j Actes 
(des Apotres), ^cif (o/" ffo Apostles), 
(J- JO ^' • 

t*«^3 , <fte-, rcpoXoyos, prologue, 
prologue, 0-^c" . 

u££s , <?fc., icapaXo?, region cotiere, 

coastal region, ^.U-Li iiku . 
1 >«{3 , , hacher, to Aaci, j»y . 
- a N^d d^chirer, to tear, j^. . 
v |m^ e^lit, «/irt, r_yj* . 
IpoM^d , ete., xapxptovscpto?, gardien 

d'eglise, church keeper, l^S" ^jL- . 

|ojj3 , wpdvoia, Providence, Providence, 

LAI *jL^ . 

li»&*(3 senile, senile, ^^ . 
t&Jji , \&& , 9Spvy), dot, dowry, ^ . 
iLttitS , wpovofj.ist, privilege, privilege, 
JL=-I . 

4 ^ r 

bCaJ^S diviser, distribuer, to divide, 

distribute, 3j <■ *«-» ; i^ } pourvoir a, 

fournir, to provide for, supply, Jjj 

tS^I ; s'occuper de, administrer, to 

care for, manage, jo t j 1*1 . - 4 oaJt3Lf 

A; r. 

- ^ Bftj^aaa pourvoyeur, econome, ^ro- 

w'^ct", treasurer, j\* t ^L- j bien- 
faiteur, benefactor, <j-£ . 

- IL ftirat j ^M disposition, disposition, 

I> j-j J administration, administration, 
,/u-Ij J institution, institution, ^-ju-Ij . 



289 



*.*$ j^3 



- |o>^ tonome, administrator, jJu* , 

r r 4 

- UufoS soin, administration, care, 

administration, j^JJ t .Luel ; Provi- 
dence, Providence, *J>I *A^ ; subsis- 
tance, sustenance, <£~** ; secours, kelp, 
bjn l affaire, action, affair, action, 
^ i ill — . ; diocese, diocese, Li _/! 
|| (mjfad i»-.j diocese, diocese, JUI . 

I. 1 ix»^3 , } diviser, to divide, ^ . 
- 1 u»^L/ etre prepare, fourni, to fo 
prepared, provided, j£ i -Ac-1 . 

- |kaL>(£ pain, orearf, >>- ; hostie, 

host, olij . 

- |Nsd^ , pi. 1*»*3 et |fcj»?3 , corne (du 

sabot), Aorn (o/ the hoof), _/U- ; 
pied, foot, J>-j ; plante (du pied), 
sole {of the foot), (pAiJl) jkl ; dent 
(de herse), too/A (of harrow), &• 

- Iia»*9 qui a bon sabot, having good 

hoof, »Aj- j\y- ji . 

- |^«3 portion, allowance, (r^) *■*«>- . 

l v 
u. fcfiDVS ? * } etendre, to spread, -k- j ; 

tnfr., s'etendre, to spread, -Cut . 

-iu-tSL/ />. ; r. 

- }m*i£ couverture, covering, »LUc ; tu- 

nique, /a«i<:, iU- j voile, manteau, 
veil, mantle, *Ijj c »lii- ; pectoral, 
pectoral, » j-U» ; pan (d'etoffe), _/&/> 
(of cloth), aS^ ; (?) petite idole, 
small idol, >>^> ~» . 

- k»|^;S adv., etendu, stretched out, 

- U»'+2> , i*«^ , voile, veil, jli- J cou- 

verture, covering, »Li£ ; tapis, carpet, 
J»1—j ; pan, ^a/», *J>- . 

- 1^;£ itf. ; expansion, expansion, -U . 



- ...im^iii extension de...,«:feHJW« o/..., 
- 2 i*»;i> etendre, to spread, U..i . 

moyen, mode, possibility, means, man- 
ner, possibility, jl£*l t ii jt i iL-lj • 
ressources, resources, JjL-j ; cause, 
cause, <~jy j pretexte, pretence, 4w- j 
ruse, ntv^, iL- j echappatoire, way 
oat, rji || i*»o;°i\^m de toute ma- 
niere, in every way, 9y Jf ,y> j entie- 
rement, quite, Lie || uaoi£ U ^o 
necessairement, necessarily, jJu> Oji . 

- [ib^oiS ruse, crafty, Jb£ . 

- 2 t«»^3L/ pourvoir, procurer, to provide, 

procure, jo t ^pl ; inventer, imagi- 
ner, to devise, imagine, f-Jbl' c p- j«J-1 . 

}Im»;3 , Ttpsufisia, legation, legation, 

iJUj . 

l~o**9 , to«£., parasange, parasang, h*j • 

v ol4-3 , PL £&»?9 , IL*&-*3 , etc., 
TcpodtdTSioVj campagne, villa, coan- 
try-house, SL» t SpjJ* . 

|L<i.^.i«^3 servante, maidservant, ioU- . 

4 ^ y 
w>ff*>^S mettre a nu, decouvrir, expo- 

ser, to /ay bare, uncover, expose, *_ ' «~ S 

^^p 4 (a») ^1 j deshonorer, to 

dishonour, j<ii . - 4 i^«*^L/ />. 

- i^.;a» /i. /». ; honteux, shameful, y£ ; 

impudique, lewd, yXc- . 

- ILmliwQw mise a nu, /ajving bare, 

- Um$o£ id. ; nuditd, honte, nakedness, 

shame, J>*»- t "»jy ', parties natu- 
relles, privy parts, -ll# t Sj^ . 



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|L»££ , |H>oi£s , etc., ■KXg§-i]GVX, liberty 
de langage, liberty, confiance, assu- 
rance, freedom of speech, liberty, confi- 
dence, boldness, *£J t *j j>- t jO^I *tj»- 
Z^j*- <. jlilj»i j familiarite, familiarity, 
i— j|^- II |-~ ;*^ publiquement, en 
face, publicly, to his face, SJ"^ ' i^r • 
-&« (in* 9 9(3 J ■ b^bfaaixtmlS libre- 
ment, freely, ~*ij£- . 

- |LaJtaa<x»mtS liberty, liberty, \j*- . 
{\fi&) . v oL^|£a , etc., iupa<7ivov, vert, 

4 <xa*;3 Sparer, to separate, (.*•) j^i . 

- ^aas^d come (du pied), hoof, j\»- j 

dent (de herse), tooth {of harrow), 
(Jul—) j- . 

u>»x«J*i«rt3 , ifc., 77poa > ip(6vY]a > lC, allo- 
cution, allocution, "*_?**» 5Ja»- . 

I. * »«3 , , ddcouvrir (la tete), to uncover 

{head), (^J) ^iiT ; denouer (les 
cheveux), to untie {hair), (^^JUI) £*£ . 

* A 4 

- |Lox»;£ d&ordre des cheveux, dishe- 

velling {of hair), j^i\ £~X . 

1 ^ 

II. ^. V® , , produire, to produce, £~j\ ] 

intr., sortir, pousser, to spring up, shoot, 

- p*.»A bourgeon, bud, f- j ; fleur, 

calice, flower, calyx, i" t »j» j . 

- p£;3 fruit, fruit, Ijx . 

- 3 w.£aj germer, pousser, to germinate, 
shoot forth, (£*) j-j ; c~j ; etre 
ftcond, produire, to be fecund, bring 
forth, Jt 4 <_—*►• J faire germer, 
to mafc germinate, c-Jl ; faire jaillir, 
to make spring up, >^\ . 

1 ? 
ni. >fc.*& } f rendre, to ^ine back, -> j ; 

2rf., rendre a, to give back to, Jl jUI j 



^k {pers.), d. {ch.), punir de, to ^u- 
nish for, j* ,_yx^>^ . - 1 «.^9L/ />., ; ia 
o« <f., etre puni pour, to be punished 
for, jt <~^y- \ etre vengd, to be reven- 
ged, *J (:f) pJbJl ; ^m , se venger de, 
to avenge oneself upon, j« »l=jl . 

- J-k.oj£ r&nuneVateur, ^a>w, jLf j 

vengeur, avenger, «iiru . 

- \-±\£ vengeance, vengeance, AJd\ , 

- (I^yaS 1° remuneration, paiement, 

remuneration, payment, />»j t SlilSC ; 
2° vengeance, vengeance, AJa\ j 
3° punition, punishment, ^A-** . 

-|ul£j«! id. 1°, 2°. 

- U>«£ id. 1°. 

«*;3 Pharaon..., n. n. /?r. 

- ^j«kv3 pharaonique, pharaonic^je-y) . 

\k& t jcdpjcif], agrafe, hook, f j\ . 

^o^sik , etc., wsplsaTO?, penpat<£ticien, 
peripatetic, jk-jl -isJ^ J ddambula- 
toire, deambulatory, ^J . 

l5"~*i* j '#-» tpaifOffiTO^j chambel- 
lan, chamberlain, <-»=rl*- . 

4 v£»9 laver, to uj&jA, J— £ j remplir (la 
bouche), to fill {the mouth), (^) *&> . 
-*«3*3L/ se rouler, to ro// oneself, 
v_JLSJ ■ ; s'^battre, dvoluer, to gambol, 
perform evolutions, JU- 4 ^*i j se 
rejouir, to rejoice, rj j se d^lecter, to 
delight, iilj . 

- f-^SyaS tourbillon d'eau, vortex, j j^j^ ; 

vie de plaisirs, /(/^ of pleasures, <J»/ J 
deiices, delights, <**J ; volupt^, wZa/f- 
tuousness, >iL . 

(^^) . ^otSj^S , eto., wop^Upov, pour- 
pre, purple, o\j*-j\ . 

|«vd lascif, lascivious, _^U . 



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. p ■£ p' 

K&O »*^ , JCpOCWJTOV, visage, face, 

face, countenance, Ut*>j ; personne, 

person, ^yud j individu, individual, 

^jojz <. jij j surface, surface, i»-L». 

|| <n3o<;3 ^v sur lui-meme, upon 

himself, <o!i J* || j l&oi*3 ^° au nom 

de, in the name of, ... *-l> || 9 |3o<^ 

sous pretexte de, under the pretence of, 

ji *>^~ || |£oi;d i*-» front, forehead, 



4* 



»*3 



. # # ^ r 



- U3ot»3 personnel, personal, iS ^ . 

- k*^9o<;3 ; - k*|Iao.;3 personnelle- 

ment, personally, L^tf 1 . 

1 f 
»^*«2> , , eloigner, to remove, J*j( j 

delivrer, sauver, to free, save, Jiil 

(.i.) ,^JU- ; racheter, to redeem, ^Ji ; 

— intfr., s'&oigner, to go away, .u^l ; 
cesser, to c«u«, J'j J abdiquer, to 
abdicate, jt Jii j faire defection, to fcazw, 
ii j- " dtre delivre, to be freed, ^- . 

- 1 *snAL{ p. ; se sdparer, to ^art, j jiJ ; 
etre brise, to A« broken, da£- , 

-fkA^S nuque, nape, IA» . 

- lco*a , /. pi. IbuAoTd , sauveur, libe- 

rateur, saviour, liberator, jj£- t .j-aik . 

- l*oo*S du sauveur, of the saviour, 

tfAf- ; salutaire, salutary, iS ^'^>- . 
-!&•*£ £loigne, distant, jl*j ; affranchi, 
client, freedman, client, ajIj 4 jjf- . 

- |Lao-.;3 separation, separation, JlJJil . 

- [t>& morceau d'^toffe, piece of goods, 

~&jr- ; morceau, bit, *A* . 

id* 

- \i&*y& , dim., petit..., small..., j^j> ... . 

- lo& jointure, joint, J-*jL. ; salut, 

salvation, u *>'£r- . 

- (laop) salut, salvation, ^^U- . 

- Uoja3 id. ; redemption, redemption, 

»l-li j rancon, ransom, <j Jli . 



- 2 u>i3 fendre, to rend, Ji ; enlever, to 

take away, £y ; jaser, to chatter, JJ. 
- 2 ^tSL//>. ; se s^parer, to part, 
3y6 l s'en aller, to be off, i-j^l j 
etre arrache, to A« plucked up, JLajT j 
etre delivre, se libdrer, to fc /reea", 

- |iL;3 eloign^, s^pare, distant, separated, 

- \*f*& separation, separation, i3L*»1 ; 

distance, distance, 5il — • ; relache- 
ment, relaxation, »U-j . 

- 3 iols!i faire partir, eloigner, separer, 
mettre a part, to send off, remove, 
separate, set apart, 3j* t JajI l J*^ 
(**) ^ ; couper, to cut, ^ \ lib£- 
rer, to _/>w, j^ ; s'eloigner, to £0 
away, -1*^1 . 

\$o& , <pp<fcxrai, grille, grate, oUj _> ■ Ip . 

^ ni .o ft 3 7C3CpaxiV7)TYJS, agitateur, agi- 
tator, ,_ r >— . 

^aafctijjja a icpoxsvaoc, sortie solennelle 
(de l'empereur), solemn going out (of 
the emperor), (jjkljyVl) Jlts»-I rj/ . 

I | ) ,. ^ o£s , icapaxXtiTOS, intercesseur, pa- 
raclet, intercessor, paraclete, J« t *_ii , 

(«a^) . |mayad el patoots -ow^s^jaS 
tto. _ JC'JpYO?, tour, to«j«r, r-j- . 

I»£a , ito;Z. /ran" ; - |I»^3 freres, Aro- 

1 r 
**-WS , , separer, choisir, to separate, 

select, jb>-l t J^i ; designer, to appoint, 

iirf ; vouer, to ww,jAj j prononcer, to 

pronounce express, JiiJ j s'acquitter de, 

ofTrir, to perform, offer, (-»*) /•-is t <! j 

fixer, definir, d6creter, to settle, define, 

decree, jj 4 *J»- t (^L.) c->j ; com- 

prendre, connaitre, to understand, 



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know, J>j£ <■ *4» j resoudre ( une 
enigme), to solve (an enigma) S (1}«J) J»- J 
— tn/r., etre separe, divise, to be 
separated, divided, *~ijl (. 3 J& ', >se 
separer, quitter, to ^ari, leave, 3^ 
iij- ; cesser, to cease, «ljiil ; etre 
intelligent, sage, to be intelligent, wise, 
jlai t Jit j aux., (ex. ut&*.o i*;£ il 
montra nettement, excellemment, fo 
proved clearly, excellently^^ t LU- oLjl). 
- 1 i*3L/ p. ', r. ; etre excommunie, 
to if excommunicated, (*) f^- . 

. \*.o*S n. ag. ; intelligent, sage, intelli- 
gent, wise, jlai t ^i ;• distinctif, 
distinctive, j^ j noble, noifc, iju ^J j 
schismatique, schismatic, J-li. . 

■ &*|j.o;3 distinctement, distinctly, UU- • 

separement, separately, «-U- J* j sage- 
ment, avec discernement, wisely, 
with discernement, »j~au t i*S^*i . 

■ |Lo*o;3 discernement, intelligence, 

prudence, discernment, intelligence, 
prudence, Uai 4 .iTi 1 ijwu . 

■ U«*3 different, distinct, different, dis- 

tinct, >*£• t iJalT< j excellent, noble, 
excellent, noble, .Ju ^ 4 *• jL ; pha- 
risien, pharisee, ^-jJ ; |b**;S /. ; 
miracle, miracle, \y?*\ \ sacrifice, 
sacrifice, \j* . 

• |ljyt*£ pharisien, pharisee, lS ^. J > . 

■ b*\L*iS distinctement, clairement, 

distinctly, clearly, rj-^y. t u»- j 
principalement, principally, *1^U- ; 
a part, a/w/, ij-U . 

• (Louts distinction, distinction, >-* . 

■W^d separation, separation, <j\j£\ ; 
excommunication, excommunication, 
fj~\ renonciation, renunciation, ii j 
(u*)4j^ ; difference, difference ,3 y . 



- (.;». ja3 separation, separation, Jjljji j 

distribution, distribution, mjjj j di- 
vorce, divorce, 3~&> \ discernement, 
jugement, prudence, discernment, 
judgement, prudence, iJai t C- t i>u j 
distinction, difference, distinction, 
difference, jyt >* ; espece, maniere, 
kind, manner, JSLi t ^ ; definition, 
definition, OjO^ ; - prononciation, 
emission, pronunciation, uttering, laJd 
jl-U»l j excellence, eminence, excel- 
lence, eminence, 3y£ t »->^=r * chose 
vouee, offrande, hostie, pain eucha- 
ristique, sacrifice, promised object, 
offering, host, euchoristic bread, sacri- 
fice, j^- 1 *hj* <■ «uJJ*j 1 jj-ii* »^i 
i^i t Jljj* ; depart, mort, depar- 
ture, death, Cjj. t j^l . 

- |C&i».;dk» separation, separation, 3j> 

• 2 i»;3 separer, distinguer, choisir, to 
separate, discriminate, choose, y* t 3j* 
jbi-l ; expliquer, to explain, r/i- ; 
delimiter, to delimit, n*- . - 2 .a£sL/ 
p. ; etre assigne, to be assigned, ,>«j . 

- Uv&» , **£*»• , different, distinct, 

different, distinct, ./Ui. 4 dtlcjt . 

- 1i*;&m n. ag. ; critique, juge, critic, 

judge, ,jJ>\j 1 jSU . 

- |»fo3 separation, separation, 3tj£ ; 

choix, choice, jL^ ; schisme, schism, 
Jlilil j depart, departure, J^l ; 
distinction, difference, distinction, 
difference, 3j t >** . 

- 3 v*^/ prelever, to set apart, Jjc ; 
offrir, to o^er, (■*•) c-li . 
|j.*d cavalier, horseman, JL^- . 

- |Lo*i£ cavalerie, cavalry, ilL^- . 

ji^.;3 copie, tofty, 



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*»*2> , , fendre, to split, JJ . - H JSL/ 
p. ; se rompre, to be broken, Ja^ . 

- IU3 fumier dung, Jj j ; boue, mud,^-j . 
- 2 L{3 fendre, dechirer, to split, tear, 

J> i !p ; faire dechirer, to make 
tear, jjx 4JL»- . - 2 l£sL/ p. 

* * r 

- ILoL^S miette, crumb, Cjbi . 

- 4 u.L^3 dechirer, to tear, Jj* . 
^»oL;3 nobles, nobles, •U r i ; v. n. pr. 
U»|LiB y etc., TTpoOsffjAta, terme fixe, 

fixed term, J»-l . 
4 uL^ broyer, to crush, j& . - 4 u.Lj£l//i. 
(^LtS) . IsLtaS incertitude, uncertainty, 

- pL*&>» hesitant, hesitating, <-j^j^ . 

- 4 yLj3L/ hesiter, to hesitate, ^J ; 
ctre broye to be crushed, J*— jl . 
(s^s) . |^j& infirme, infirm, J»-Lc • 
deforme deformed, (^) JL«* j a la 
main o« au pied desseche, withered 
in hand or /ooJ, J*-jIi _>! -Ul ^U j 
gaucher, left-handed, j~^\ ; boiteux, 

- |La^»3 infirmite, infirmity, j^c ; 

claudication, lameness, rjt- . 

r 
i. ****» , , couper, retrancher, sepa- 

rer, to cut, cut off, separate, f* c db 4 Jaii j 

jeter en bas, to fArou; <foiwj, ,-^L : 

utiliser, to turn to account, J*«£-l . 

- J— k3 rameau, branch, j^at ; rejeton, 

jAooi, £> ; gerbe, jAea/; ^jj . 

- 2 i*»*3 briser, to break, j~£ • dechirer, 

depecer, to tear, cut up, J^J 4 ~~* • 
trancher, to cut off, *Ju j charier, 
to chastise, ._Jle . -^LsL/ /1. ; 
hesiter, to hesitate, jJ- . 



- l*tfco9 mise en pieces, breaking to 

pieces, J*£ ; broiement, grinding, j& j 
tourbillon d'eau, uorte*, j>i_P . 

n. L i*»*3 , j cesser, to ceore, Jlj • aller 
de ci de la, to go hither and thither, 

- l~~*S facile, easy, J+* ; leger, light, 

<_jlJ»- ; plus supportable, meilleur, 
more tolerable, better, l y~*-\ t <d£»-IJ^J . 

- ILq^.j A , ? negligence, neglect, cjlf . 

1 K ^ 
^»*S ^ 3 tendre, etendre, to stretch 

out, extend, is— j t A. ; delier, guerir, to 

untie, cure, Ji t dii ; — infr., s'etendre, 

to j/tftfarf otrt, Jt»l ; croitre, to grow, Lc ; 

etre droit, plat (chemin), to be straight, 

flat (road), (SiJ') ^-^ ' fL*^ J aller 

tout droit, to go straight, Lji ^^i. j 

s'apaiser (haine), to be appeased (hatred) 

(u**i) '- 1 * ■ ■ 1 *fr* s ''? P' > T - > se lever 
(soleil), to rise (sun), (^^-.-iJI) £**&, j 
se redresser, to j<am/ a^ again, .--^lil . 

- 1 5" » ^ dresse, droit, erect, upright, 
ff }~ '-' ' «- . > -3 > ■ » J simple, simple, toI- " 
ordinaire, du commun, ordinary, 
common, jU- t ^jL^I j |fc^-»3 /". ; 
v. n. pr. 

- &»1£»j£ debout, upright, ._iilj ; sim- 

plement, simply, 5»-IJLj ■ generale- 

ment, generally, \*yP . 

* * * 

- fLog-JS extention, extension, i»Loil j 

simplicite, simplicity, *>-!JLi ; libera- 
lite, liberality, r £ || b'| ' »^--» stu- 
pidite, stupidity, ii'k ||ll^uo Loggia 
prose, ^foje, ^ . 
- 1£*9 extension, extension, I»L-aj! ; 
|B^*3 i«/. ; priere recitee bras eten- 
dus, prayer recited with outstretched 
hands, lijU ^JjVIj J=j" !^U» . 



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- 2 k£*3 etendre, to spread out, .k-j . 
- a -ft- a l I se repandre, to be propa- 
gated, >ilil . 

- 3 i£j3/ redresser, to straighten, ^ji , 

( 1 Y* 3 ) || <->oio»l>(_3 fiJL»S ne pas pou 
voir, not to be able, jAi L. || o^ ka*9 
etre arretee, echouer (affaire), to check, 
miscarry {affair), (*l*-i) c \t« ^ t C-j»»jj 

- la*&M hesitant, hesitating, **jv 

desespere, desperate, jj-JU . 
- 2 iJJJLf etre hesitant, to fc hesitant. 
^Uji ; reflechir, to ffa'nA;, _^a> 
etre douteux, to fo doubtful, C^- OlT 
i_-ijl ; etre debattu (impers.), to be 
discussed (impers.), *JjL^ c**~il . 

- |l*a3 hesitation, doute, hesitation, 

doubt, ili t v^'j' || £»r*? Y*** 
embarras, anxiete, distress, anxiety, 

I*-* } yj3 , fo«£., palme, palm, j£ , 

^^*d , r , se tourner, to turn round, 

,_JLaj . 
-%.>«> file, #ioti, Jj>* ; tordu, twis- 
ted, J_>ii» . 

- (tls filage, spinning, J j* j fil, cordon, 

thread, strand, *La t Ja-^ . 

- 2, %i3 filer, to #in, J> . - 2 %Ik?£. ; 
etre tresse, tordu, to ie plated, twis- 
ted, J=j>j i ji-ai! . 

- 3, ^*3; filer, to 5/iin, J> ; tordre, to 
twist, Ja j entrelacer, to interweave, 
iiJL»- j enlacer, to ensnare, iiL-1 . 

^o&*d , etc., bat, pack-saddle, ~t-ij . 
1 M k »A etre saisi d'effroi, to be struck with 

terror, ^J>\ »\j*-\ ; agir en sot, to ac* 

foolishly, Jr . 

- |_Ma*3 insipide, insipid, *j>j . 



fia*d punaise, bed-bug, l _ r -i_j . 

(ia»s) , |aJ& facile, easy, J^- ; clair, 
c/ear, ~»jj . 

- kllaJd facilement, easily, "^j*- i \ 

clairement, clearly, ry*y. ', avec 
confiance, confidently, *j&> j a la 
legere, inconsiderately, jj Uj-U . 

- |Latt~k9 facilite, facility, <J>*- ; abon- 

dance, plenty, » fS \ permission, 
permission, oil , 
- 2 ux*3 expliqner, to explain, ?■ x* \ 
traduire, to translate, /? j \ decla- 
rer, to declare, jitt . - 2 uaI»L/ p. ; 
devenir facile, to become easy, J+- ; 
etre possible, to fo possible, j£*l . 

- k*ta*ai» aisement, easf/jv, ~dj+- > . 

- )'~-»«« commentateur, commentator, 
jJl> ; interprete, interpreter, ^-j^ . 

- \klk interprete, interpreter, /-j« . 

- 1&»o3 explication, explanation, *-j£ \ 

traduction, translation, '**■_ j \ solu- 
tion (d'une enigme), solution (of an 
enigma), ( j»J) J*- ', mandat, man- 
date, illTj . 
_ n*|'^.qn%1 II M jj inexplicablement, 
inexplicably, <-Jt-«_ji "if fjr{ • 

i r 



^as f 9 digerer, to digest, <^* j 
liquefier, fondre, to liquefy, melt, J LI 
^ilil j resoudre, expliquer, to solve, 
explain, ^yi <■ J— ; — tn/r., etre dis- 
sous, liquefie, to be dissolved, liquefied, 

- | jo*9 interprete (de songes), interpreter 
(of dreams), (f ^-1) j-*» ; digestif, 
digestive, fLi* ; tiede, lukewarm, j\i ; 
vain, oatn, J1»Ij ; libre d'affaires, 
disengaged, JUi"i|l j« p jli . 



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~&a 



i»3 



- |Lo>a*3 sottises, silly things, 0VI4*- ; 

sottise (la...), folly, i*"^ . 

- p»j£ maturite, maturity, -rj~*» . 

- I (Id liquefaction, solution, liquefaction, 

dissolving,i}'&£\ t ul> ji ; digestion, t#- 
gestion, *Ji* j maturity, ma/un'i>i,r-_j^j j 
interpretation (des songes), interpre- 
tation (of dreams), (f"^VI) ./<— ■£ . 

- |L»o*3L urine, urine, Oy, || ILja^SL k^a 

latrines, privy, oU-l Cjj . 

« 2 *.*3 liquefier, fondre, resoudre, to 
liquefy, melt, dissolve,^*- c i_>liL JLI j 
interpreter, to interpret, (-i.) ^-i . 
- 2 ;'Ikj p. ; r. ; etre digere, to fo 
digested, *J^\ . 

- 3 **S{ expliquer, predire, to explain, 

predict, L" ; r_,J , 









, - — , rompre en morceaux, 
to £r«i£ in pieces, C-i . 

- ILfcS , efc., /., />/. l&JIs j morceau, 

j&t«tf, S/-T j miette, crumb, ola , 

- 2 L&3L/ etre rompu (pain), to fo iroten 

(bread), (>>-) Jji-1 . 
- r b363 , palpel, mettre en morceaux, 
to break in pieces, c~£ . - r &3kSL/ ^. 

- |k_3&9 morceaux, miettes, pieces, 

crumbs, obi t _ -r -S" . 



'!*• 



se dilater, to at/ak, ju-JI j se pro- 
pager, to ie propagated, jJ& I . 
l*&3 , |63 , large, ample, abondant, 

iroini, ample, abundant, ji\j <. i_->-j <. «-!j. 
N*l*k3 largement, widely, S«—j ; abon- 

damment, abundantly, *j&> . 
|Lo*&3 largeur, breadth, ^j* ; abon- 

dance, abundance, !^T . 
|o*3 ; - ^LaS • . ^&3 largeur, am- 

pleur, breadth, ampleness, i_^-j t ^jt- . 



- |**k3 large, broad, «*-lj . 

- 2 L»6kS elargir, to widen, ^-j^ j exposer 
longuement, to narrate at length, ^j* 
~^i^» . - 2 ckSLJ p. ; se repandre, 
to spread abroad, j£j\ . 

- |La*6A» ampleur, ampleness, iU-j . 

- 3 t»63/ dilater, to dilate, wj j propa- 
ger, to propagate, j& , 

\b£> , c. )[£ , face... 

(ao^kd parole, saying, /»^T j gram., 
phrase, proposition, membre, phrase, 
proposition, member, »J^ i aLj- j /iroj., 
hdmistiche, pied, hemistich, foot, Jai> 
j*5 'j*- " reponse, answer, yjj>- ■ 
chose, fait, acte, thing, fact, act, *^ 

|yo&9 table, table, i)_>ll» ; plateau, tray, 
Vv^ ', festin, feast, 5*Jj j contribu- 
tion, don, contribution, gift, i-» t l^L*. . 

w*^«d , ' et , ouvrir, to o/vn, ~a j 
rendre la vue a, to ^iw back the sight to, 
J J&A\ jUI j faire voir, to mafe j«, 
^jl j ar. -a } prendre d'assaut, to 
carry iy jtorm ; — intr., s'ouvrir, to A« 
opened, jciil . - 1 i*.6v3L/ j!». ; r. f| t^.£h3 
[aft-j t^^a , t-^^»>» premier -n6, ^rjf 
born, jSo . 

- ^iu&d qui voit, seeing, » I j j lettre 

patente, letter -patent, »Jjj . 

- b^— .63 petite lettre, jAort fcfter, iJLj 

- |La— b>3 ouverture, aperture, ^i . 

- i-6«3 fa*. ; preface, preface, i«-lJu j 

prise d'assaut, carrying by storm, ?ci ; 
voyelle 3 i»ozi;eZ , ' ~& j- . 

- ...i~k&» ouverture de..., opening of.., 

...^i || Im&£ i-fcai Eloquence, 
eloquence, i»-U«i j liberty de langage, 
/i'ier(>i q/" language, r~$y$\ \j>- • 



l6£ — -6£ 



296 



- 2 i*.k3 ouvrir, to open, ~a j rendre la 

vue a, to give back the sight to, ^Ul 
J I ^JiJI j expliquer, to explain, -r j$ \ 
propager, to propagate, jZJ . 
- l-^^L/ p. 

• * i* * 

- J-La3 ouverture, opening, 7C3 j action 

de rendre la vue, giving back the 
sight, ^kJI loU-i . 

*iN«-3 , } meler, to mi*, Jai*- J 
peindre, to paint, bji • enchasser, to 

- lL»&3 vari£, varied, f\j^> . 

- |La*>»^^ diversite, diversity, 9y3 . 

- £&3 vetement mi-laine mi-lin, gar- 

ment half wool and half linen, ^U 

- 2 y&3 meler, to mix, Jai*- . - ^kSL/ />. ; 
etre orne, to be adorned, ^ j . 

- p»&&» varie, varied, fy^* \ le parti 

bleu (a Bysance), the blue party (in 
Bysance), (y*i>J j) i3jj^' Vj^ - ' • 

- bwpfe&M de facon variee, variously, 

t-r"- ■ 

* 4 W 

- ILoakAM diversite, diversity, 9j£ . 

- psLokS vetement broche d'or, rai- 

ment, ^UU ,>> ,^-LJ ; espece de 
pier re precieuse, kind of gem, j- 9-ji 
« jfll SjUJ-l . 

|p ^3 } /. |L;£k3 , idole, idol, L> . 

- (jo .ab>3 petite idole, jma// idol, j^t>^t> , 

- |Lopk3idolatrie, idolatry, (•LuoV o^e . 



^^.^■3 , , tordre, to tow/, Jii ; 
pervertir, to pervert, J-Jl • — devier ; 
agir perversement, to deviate, act per- 
versely, ™&> C rj»J . 

- ILkS deprave, pervers, depraved, per- 

verse, rjju 1 ?Jt ; \ti\*b&f. ; meche, 
wick, *La . 

- 2< ^,&9 tordre, to twist, Jxi ; pervertir, 
to pervert, -L-il . - 2, ^63L/ />. ; agir 
perversement, to act perversely, -ry* . 

- UkAio 5 ^b&M , tortueux, crooked, 

- b^lJbk&M perversement, perversely, 9yj 

* * r r 

- |Lai\b.°iw perversite, perversity, r-^c . 

- ULo3 perversity, perversity, rj* . 

[ib& vipere, aspic, arf&r, ojj&, J^» t ^1 . 
|j6«3 , m. et f, or. i^i 5 tumulte, tumulte, 



-Syb&l se revolter, to reie/, ,>£»! . 

vm*^&3 , ete., cpQi<7i£, jfta^., phtisie, 
phthisis, J-< . 

1 <jsIS>S j j faire eclater, crever, to 6«rj/, 
ja 4 ^»J ; manifester, to make known, 
j$>\ ; intr., eclater, crever, to burst, 

Labi , c. \k§£> n, table tte... 

2 w.&3 j «r. (-i*) ,jia , fouiller, chercher, 
to rummage, search. 




j 90, 90, \ . ; j 900, 900, \ 



v. ui n. 



t|j chez..., v. *.J . 

1 \* 

I ' 'tV > devenir sale, to become 

dirty, £*_£ . 
- 1/ \ , l/j sale, filthy, £- j . 

- |L|j , /., rar. m., pi. |lK , souillure, 

salet£, stain, dirt, f^j t ,jJj . 

malpropret^, dirtiness, <-Ui • impu- 
rete, impurity, ^j , 

~ 2 Wj j 2 I( i , 2 £j , souiller, salir, to 
soil, dirty, f^j <. ^J. , - 2 ljl4jf , 
etc., p. ; r. 

- I (— — "•I souillure, stain, ^i . 

li P 

y^ ) se complaire to take pleasure, ^J ; 

aimer, desirer, vouloir, to love, wish, 
will, jljl l J ^ij t^s-i , - 1 u ^ ./ 



IS 



, id. ; consentir, to consent, ^j \ 
jfco , incliner vers, to be inclined to- 
wards, Jl JU . 

ILaa. , />/. ILoa. , volonte, desir, a«7/, 
<feitre, Lij i oljl j affaire, chose, 
objet, bien, affair, thing, matter, iJL~. 
dii. 4 (j^ t .^ j mobilier, y^rni- 
tare, d>U! || oat «a»i en toute 
chose, in every thing, .^ JSC j en 
quelque mesure, in some measure, 

k^»i volonte, bon plaisir, o«7/, ^oorf 
a;t7/, ,^-Jj t SjIjI ; plaisir, pleasure, iliJl 
|| U*af^ low plaire, to please, >--^pl 
|| W*\ *^» de meme vouloir, of the 
same will, SjIj^' oli j* . 



. rwr > 



»« volontaire, voluntary, ^ j 
b»pua« spontanement, spontaneously, 



- ILnt.ij, oo bon plaisir, £oorf rwt'W, ^ j 



•?4 



298 



1 r 



> j , , mouiller, to moisten, JL j 
tremper, baigner, to soak, dip, lj ^f- 
(.i.) ^fJai- j teindre, to dye, «_u> . 

- (jks« couleur, colour, Oji . 

- J-v3o« teinture, couleur, colour, dye, 

bji i *i~s> • _ />/. M>Soi ef ^-^"M — 
morceau d'dtoffe ou vehement teint, 
piece of goods or garment dyed, j\ ~**ji- 

- LLooi couleur, colour, j_>J . 

- 2 «o« baigner, to dip, (.i.) ^-Lp J 

teindre, to ajy*, i— «» j baptiser, to 
baptize, (a.) Xf- . - 2 ■*=!•//!. 

- L^ia. teinturier, rfyer, fL~o . 

UaJ , i»ij , /., pi. Usj rf |££s^ , doigt, 



1 r 



^^ j , «* , jaser, to chatter, jj j 
plaisanter, to j'«t, ^> ; divaguer, to 
race, ^J* . 

- |ia« jaseur, prater, jlJ,- j insens£, 

insane, J*-\ . 

- Ij&Ai insense^ insane, JJ-I . 

- |Loj a.si sottise, foolishness, j-i» . 

- |*a« inepties, impertinences, *l>lilif • 

divagation, divagation, oLjAa , 

- 2 »a« confondre, to confound, (ju) .LJU- . 

-^t»£«[ avoir lieu (bavardage), 
to take place (gossip), i}jj} £-> jU» . 

|»at ei l^a. , Ao*., aloes, ato*, Jk* . 

If? * 

'^■^ » , &a. , />/. \L*>\ , ornement, 

ornament, ij j . 
- 2 fcat orner, to adorn, ^j ; preparer, 

to prepare, L* . - 2 kȣ J p. ; r. 

* * * 

- ILobo ^m action d'orner, adorning, ^ j . 



- I fioo« ia. ; ornement, ornament, <cj j . 

- l&»a.L , wi., rar. /., />/. |£H». L , orne- 

ment, ornament, ij j . 

- JLaitva^, oo embellissement, improve- 

ment, <cjJ c OhJt . 

1 M ' 'It 1 ' ^ ' ^ xer ^ veux sur ' to 
too£ friendly on, J I (.<*•) <j-L»- . 

- Ivy i fixant des yeux, looking fixedly on, 

Jl Jo* . 

- 3 ?j'» ~> cl ?j- 

- ILoj oo fixation, fixation, Jj-W 1 . 

i. I J « *' 1l *1 \ ^ tre 0M devenir desert, 
to ie or become deserted, jH\ j devenir 
stdrile, to become sterile, v-jA»-I c ^it j 
etre ddpourvu, to be unprovided, Jl* 
|| <**&j L»« etre ddgout£, to 4e 
tired, L* . 

- Uj i , l» i , desert, vide, desert, empty, 

* * * 

- | La*; i solitude, solitude, <^~j ; deso- 

lation, desolation, jI^j . 

- L»9 < sobtude, solitude, ii»- j j chaos, 

cAaoj, »^»- . 

- 2 i*> • ddvaster, to /ay twajte, (Jl^^>j»- . 
■ 3 u)iij rendre d&ert, to maie <fej«-/, 

\%9 



ii. Jl ,, ^ 5 



se jouer de, to mock at, 

etre insolent, to be insolent, <u- ; etre 
lascif, to A« lascivious, ^ , 

■ \of i moquerie, jeu, mockery, sport, 

LL»v£ oo plaisant, moqueur, jocose, 
mocking, t-JL« ' J jU . 

l" ' A ■ -I 

. Llȣ oo plaisantene, jejt, <u ^ ; ruse, 
cra/i, iL>- ; imposteur, impostor,f\u- . 



299 

- Uto< raillerie, raillery, ^iytf . 

i* * • • *i 

l^ty • , min., antimoine, antimony, Ac I . 

U-M , anat., tempe, temple, £_-U» ; fibre 
(de racine),^ire (of root), (j±r) <3jc- 
|| J-fcj . 6^ tempes, temples, o\±-X^ . 

'?J ^* a ' II ^^ *?J a l an gue embar- 
rassee, tongue-tied, ~«lu OLJ ji . 

- »«M q ui a des nausdes, feeling sick, 

- | jj « ivresse, drunkenness, _£l* . 

~ 2 »*J donner la naus6e a, to make 
sick, l _ r le_ *L«- ; tourmenter, to tor- 

- » t» />. /»• ; ivre, rfranA, ul^x- . 

* 4 r 

- IL099 00 demence, insanity, Oy*r \ 

sottise, foolishness, *»]?- . 
" 3 '?j' enivrer, to intoxicate, £**\ . 

'©• % et 1 «-«oij avoir soif, to be thirsty, 

- lion , |oy , altered thirsty, utile ; 

avide, greedy, «U» ; aride, rfry, JjU- . 

- |Ioi« , subst., soif, fAtr.rf, ^^iLc- ; aridity 

aridness, <_jli>- _ 4^". 7, or. i»*m« , 

OCC. t**OH . 

- 6^.^01 « avidement, greedily, *iu . 

- IL0-.011 soif, thirst, ,J^a£. ; desir, desire, 

- |ow» soif, thirst, ,jhe- . 

- [jooit altere, thirsty, utile ; subst., 

aridity, aridness, ijli>- II lioan k^ 
lieu aride, <frj> ^/a«, iiLw . 

- 2 «-©»£ «/ avoir soif, to be thirsty , J^as. ; 

desirer, to desire, j i_-cj . 

1 ^cy , " , hennir, to rKi^i, J^» . 

- U©m hennissement, neighing, J_^> . 
■ Hwi hennir, to neigh, J^ . 



»«3 — '?J 

I. 1 (oj gazouiller, to warble, (jJ) sj. . 

II. (|oj) . a »*oi se dessdcher, to wither, 

- J»oj aride, arirf, JjU- . 

I", (loj) . J*sj tas de pierres, tas, heap 
of stones, heap, »ji»- . 

- 3 "oj| entasser, to A«i/>, p^T ; bou- 
cher, to stop, -L» . 

1 ^' 

*^ » , doti , se rassembler, to assemble, 

»~* r \ l arriver, to arrive, J~» j ; venir, 
aller, to come, go, t_-A.i (. Jil . 

■|a«ij ||^a_Lo ^a->i les allant et 
venant (= visiteurs), the comers and 
goers ( = visitors), bj*j\j>\j UjjiLJI 

- jio» rassemblement, assembling, f£>-l ; 

retour, retera, Sj^t ; lieu de reu- 
nion, place of meeting, >>** J domi- 
cile, domicile, 4 )Sw. || \Lo\ & com- 
pagnon, companion, J-»j. . 
- 2 va.j reunir, to bring together, «j- ; 
preparer, amener, fournir, to /nr- 
/»are, bring, supply, j jl 1 (jJ) jj>a- 
(jj) ^jl ; rendre, to give back, .sic! . 
■ 2ia T>j' P' > arriver J to arrive, ^j . 

> 1 , )o»> , chasser, pecher, prendre, 
to Aunt, fish, take, -k«J 4 ^jrfiJ t jL» . 

I jo. , c. I^j) , vivres... 

1 r ' i 

1-0 1 > j cner, to scream, -rL* . 

' r 1 

- Ik-o. cri, outcry, -A*-* . 

- 3 t-o./ hurler, to Ao^/, ^y • 

^°J ' ^"i* ' J euner > to /^' r 1 -* ; ^° > 

s'abstenir de, to abstain from, & r&\ . 

- pa*« a jeun, fasting, <U» ; jeuneur, 

one who fasts, <U* . 



-J 



Mo. 



300 



- l»oj a jeun, fasting, f L» . 

- l»oj jeune, fast, ^j^ . 

- 3 ^a*W prescrire un jeune, to enjoin a 
fast, L.^^7 ^y, j . 

puo i pierre dure, hard stone, <_JL» j>*>- . 

Uj , f, P^t, disk, 4x~<J . 

4 u<o« gazouiller, to chirp, (•<*•) ± jc- \ 

pousser des cris, to scream, t- j^> \ 

sonner, to chink, ^J^iJ- . 

|&u.to« frange, fringe, i_>4* J boucle de 
cheveux, lock of hair, j»i- iLsu*- ; 
pampre, vine-branch, J— c j radicelle, 
radicle, J^ jZ ; etincelle, spark, 'j^ . 

- li»«o« ♦, |.skSa3 comete, comet, 

It'- *. 

t U 90 * image, forme, type, image, form, 

type, Jli* c ,JSli t !j>-» ; trait, feature, 

»lc^|| t^bii Lioj texte, teatf, ^j-*" || ILjo* j 

***** . . 

ou Utoij peint, enlumine, painted, 

illuminated, (V) 5j_/> c (-f) jji* . 

- \i*\ stylet, stylet, Jb-t- ,y ^iS . 

- I?***, qui forme, forming, JjU- . 

- |£-j image, »/na^, • j^> ; idole 

peinte, painted idol, OjL ^ \ adj., 
peint, painted, bjL 4 j>»<f . 

- 1 i* iLL? etre formd, to be formed, jj-aZ . 

- I La.'** 4L&M formation, faconnement, 

formation, fashioning, l \ 7 >- 1 (>^o . 
- 2 *- . peindre, to paint, bji c j_^ ; 
orner, to adorn, 3jj . - 8 *-i 1/ P- '■> 
etre perish, represent^, to be thinked, 
pictured, j^H t J^ . 

- ***» p. p. ; varie, varied, u^Jbu ; orne, 

adorned, 3jj* . 

- |*i-» • peintre, painter, jj~a* \ sculpteur, 
graveur, ciseleur, 



sculptor, oU"- l 
engraver, carver, jlii 



ill* 



1.* *"" ■ 

ILov»« peinture, painting, ~*j <. j y~^ ; 

gravure, ciselure, engraving, chasing, 



It t 



1. 9 



» 4W + ft 

|La*t*lL&M 



>) j , 900 1° etre pris de vertige, to 
feel giddy, jIj-aII »JU-I ; 2° etre 6bloui, 
to ie dazzled, j$*- ; - 1 io« ii 7°. 

- I Jo« cou, neck,£* ", dos de montagne, 

ri'4'0 **/ fl mountain, J^ ^^t . 

- |j$oi ; - |*>o« vertige, dizziness, jIjj . 

/*«0 « 5 /., voix, son, voice, sound, Cjj^> 
^ j^ ; audition, hearkening, *s? t c— ai ; 
compagnie, frequentation, society, fre- 
quentation, ii^iU. ( o~*' » compagnon, 
companion, jJj . 

■ 1 L« , Loo , 1° ecouter, to Zirfen to, 
J c— ail ; 2° entendre, to hear, *f J 
3° exaucer, to ^ranf, tjU^-l . 
-irs^LL?/.. 

. s t^Yj ; - tlJLj , palpel, c. l\ 1° et 2°. 

1 r 

1. M* « s u.o>i , etre chaud, brulant, 

to ie hot, burning, ^- ( J^ . 
_ )...*'. chaud, Aoi, j"U- ; eclatant, 
glaring, £L- . 

- I 1 - ^ ardeur, ardour, »ji^ . 

. [vm J . [u^j , m. et f, livre, 600A:, 

^■1^ ; exemplaire, copy, *±~~J • section, 

chapitre, section, chapter, J^a» ' *>r I 

)•>■■-% exemplaire, co/i) 1 , ii-—" || "la , 

= t— .-♦^ , d'apres d'autres textes, 

according to other texts, ^j^j j& >-_ — — . 

- 3 u-W ecrire, declarer, exprimer, to 

write, declare, express, ji*l 4 ^S 

{f- ys- ; dieter, to dictate, J* I . 

-"uyLLf J. 



n 



301 

* TV 

- |CwW exemplaire, copy, S> 

(Uj) , |k*_oi injure, invective, injury, 
abuse, i_— 4 I^jlS ; malediction, ma- 
lediction, ioJ . 

2 * r • • • • 1 

- >-— 1 injurier, invectiver, to abuse, 

revile, «_— • <. ~i ; maudire, to curse, 

jj . - 2 -^ji ' p. 

|a-# beau temps, fine weather, y& , 

H—i j ^-1 ,/• |6^»i rf !6d—« , lmpudique, 
lewd, j-li ; sale, a'iWy, _jJL5 . 

* * r 

- |L&J~4 impudicite, impudicity, J-J . 

- ^1 ; -^-»1«/ Stre dissolu, to be 
rake, J-i . 

l i~\ rougir, to blush, L»^J . 

O^ij) . I kȣ 00 marchepied, tribune, 
step, platform, j£* t Z>-j> ; table, 
table, i!jll» . 

» > > 

t%3 ' ?M ' t*b ' au P r ^ s > cnez > vers, en- 
vers, near, at, towards, with regard to, 
<JI .<. j£- c x*. i ^jji • dans, in, j ; 
selon, according to, lr ™> ; en compa- 
raison de, in comparison with, J I <Jaj • 
au moment de, at the point of, Xc 

II VrM ^°> Y*' P our ta part, /or 
joar /wrt, iJLJc Lc || *^i ^U peu 
s'en faut, within a little, J^iS VjJ . 

'?* 1 , j*i , chasse, peche, hunting, 
fishing, .w> (. iJ aS ; proie, gibier, 
P^y, game, i_-j ' *-j > ; nourriture, 
food, |.U» . 

1 * * 

- r* v J LL / ctre peche, pris a la chasse, 
pris, to be fished, hunted, taken, x^> 
(<) di-J . 

- IL^tM filet, net, SSLi . 

- I Larval, bo* chasse, hunting, x^ • cap- 

ture, capture, iil .1 . 



^1" 



- 2 ** 1 chasser, to hunt, jU» ; tendre 
un piege, to set a trap, LS^J; ,_— aJ ; 
chercher un pr&exte, to look for a 
pretext, /?»- »L>_j ^*~- . 

- !**1 chasseur, pecheur, hunter, fisher- 
man, ^Lrf» c < _ f ^Li . 

■ 3 y*i/ chasser, to hunt, ^lk«*l . 

»« oa £u/ 1 brulant, burning, r-U-l ; 
alt£r£, thirsty, j[Ji . ifa#ir. l is'l . 

ILty j />/. IL?y , tenon, tenon, jL- ; bar- 
reaux, grating, \j>£ ; gond, Am^e, Sj j . 

*■ ^^ j , ^oy , tinter, to ring, tingle, 

- liA. tintement, ringing, ^ij . 

- I^^i la. ; bruit, noire, i*"? . 

«• V ^"J / • U^j pur, limpide, />ar&, 
limpid, i_iU> t jjlj . 

* * * 

- |Lo\Aj purete, splendeur, purity, 

splendour, »*>U- t »U^» 

- 112^4 purete, purity, Al^o . 

- |k^«* filtre, filter, SLiva. . 

- 2 ^j purifier, to purify, (j*) Jl ; 
filtrer, to filter, (A.) iJ L*? . m 2 %^ J 
p. ; r. ; faire le pur, to affect purity, 

- IL^» jus, juice, 3 j* . 

- lle&Aoo purete, purity, »Li - » . 

- jja^j pur, clair, pure, clear„y\j t JsU. . 

- il^oj 1 ° purification, purification, 

5~i-«j ; 2° d^chet, waste, 5t!_^. . 

- ILali^ji id. P. 

Mi 

Vj s'incliner, 6tre incline, decliner, 
to incline, be inclined, decline, jLcJ^il 
C*j*\ ; devier, s'egarer, to deviate, 
go astray, J-J 1 ^lj ; — tr., tendre 
des pieges, to set traps, tfl^l ^-.aJ ; 



^-"o 



302 



incliner, to incline, JL! j faire flechir, 
to bend, (.i.) ^jikc j - x iA.« irf. tnir. 
- 1 iAi, «f />. ; r, ; devier, to deviate, Mj . 

- \2L* inclinaison, inclination, decli- 

naison, inclination, declination, J»l^l 

- ILa^m , />/. IL&S* , priere, prayer, S^ 

ILa^i 6>*a temple, sanctuaire, 
temple, sanctuary, i« t JSL» . 

- I^jLo^* de priere, of prayer, j"^ ; 

favorable a la priere, favorable to- 
wards the prayer, »~^A «iU . 

- bI|jLa^< par priere, by prayer, L>£ll . 

- N i| i i\^ oo par inclination, by pro- 

pensity, ajIj j. ; perversement, per- 
versely, U-L»-_^1 . 

- ILauN^ *i inclination, inclination,^ ', 

apostasie, apostasy, ij*"r . 

- z i^k'i incliner, to incline, (Ju) dj*- 1 JL.I ; 

tendre (des pieges), to set traps, i_— «J 
tfl^l ; prier, to />ra>>, J«. ; <*I , 
benir, to Mmj, iJjL. . - 2 t^£ ,? etre 
offert, to 6e offered, f-liiJ . 

- |iA>m messalien (heretique), messalian 

{heretic), (Ji>j*) JUL" . 

» tV ♦ , * , crucifier, to crucify, i_JL» . 

- l^t^.. qui crucifie, crucifier, i_JU» . 

- |**- ?v i croix, crow, <-;-JU» ; signe de 

croix, sign of the cross, i_JUaJI »j^' ', 
crucifixion, crucifixion, i_JL» . 

- j-^-^i adj. ; - bx|AAf adv., en forme 

de croix, crosswise, «_-JL*» JSlij . 

- ILn">.\« crucifixion, crucifixion, i_JL*« , 

- |i&. • id. ; laisse, leash, jjJL . 

|*^ t voutes, galeries, vaults, galleries, 

• 1 ^< faire des voutes, des galeries, to 
make arches, galleries, >)l*j t LjLj- |»l*l . 



i w-^ 



i. »**^ « fendre, to cleave, J-i . 

- |""-' v i eclats, splinters, »jL< . 

- |feu^« , />aiA., migraine, .sicA; headache, 



- 2 u^i fendre, to cleave, J-1 . - 2 m\^ «/ 

etre dechirt, to i« torn, Jjx . 

- \*^o • action de fendre, cleavage, Ji . 

l r 

n. «*^ * , ' , r^ussir, to succeed, -r>£- . 

- 8 i*^i/ faire prosperer, to make prosper, 

■^jf! j infr., prosperer, reussir, to 
prosper, succeed, *4 i JJl ; parvenir, 
to attain, J-»j ; ^*. , envahir, to 
invade, Jp J»- . - 8 *-»i«LL/ prosperer, 
to prosper, _ r -±j . 

- |L&«^«» SUCCeS, iKCMJ, ^-o . 

- ILaxJ^.M prosperity, prosperity, JLil . 

in. ("^i) . ^«M > aT - A~* j P a ix, 
traits, jteocs, freaiy, 5A*U. t ^L» . 

- 1 i^A. faire la paix, to mate /wa«, 

A ^ Q ^ t ' *"*b ' ima s e ' ""<«*> •-»•• ; 

statue, statue, Jlix ; idole, idol, ** ; 
|ta&.« image d'une deesse, image of a 
goddess, *il »j>-* . 

- ^anoA r . petite image, small image, 

- |Laj»^.4 representation, likeness, jj~*j. 

- 2 X^» r * former, to form, jj~» ; repre- 
senter, to picture, Ji* . ■ 2 ^4^jf p. 

l ^ t 

s&-^». » y , fendre, to cleave, rJ- ; 

blesser, to wound, -rj^ ; frapper, to 

-iWSVoi blessure, wound, *■ j~ ', mor- 
ceau, fragment, iJaS . 

- |a.^i fente, chink, Ji . 



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- I^*i id. ; blessure, wound, rj^ ; 

morceau, piece, *»L» ; |t*A^. action 
de fendre, dividing, j-i . 

- 2 ^^i percer, to pierce, i_J«J ; ouvrir, 

to open, fti j blesser, to wound, r jr • 

- 3 iaJik«/ entrouvrir, to half-open,%ii7C» . 

l * 
♦»iO « , , Her, bander, to tie, bind up, 

>- .a r - ; iuj ; voiler, to veil, J** , 

- taMi rassembte, gathered, «*^f . 

* * *■ 

- (Loy*io. reunion, concile, gathering, 

council, «*jf i ftr' • 

- |p*« bandeau, head-band, i>Uap . 

- a *»»i lier, attacher, to &tW, fasten, 

1 ^ 

w ^O j , , briller, to sAiw, 3^ ; 

germer, to spring forth, c^J, - 1 k U ja^ «f 
briller, to jAiri, J^l ; etre allume, 
to 6e lighted, \j~iZ , 

- )«*■*>« brillant, shining, 3 jt* . 

- (jCwojo. * - Uik<.aM> splendide, splen- 

did, ^Ju . 

- IL&wOMa eclat, splendeur, brightness, 

splendour, f-Ui i jj^ . 

- U**\ id. ; germe, sprout, i=J . 

- 2 m^ W resplendir, to fo resplendent, 

- 3 t*»»«if illuminer, to illuminate, »Lil ; 
faire germer, to make spring forth, 
CoJl ; — intr., briller, to shine, J^il ; 
apparaitre, to appear, j^ . - 3 u*M«LLf 
/». ; briller, to sAtn<?, j^-il . 

- |Lau.te&M * - ILajUkMkM resplendisse- 

ment, radiance, Jl^-il . 

(***»i) . |^mso« honte, shame, J» . 
- 4 *-£»!«/ avoir honte, to i« ashamed, 
J>«>- J craindre, to /wr, J»l*- . 



Iia»« retention d'urine, retention of urine, 

- |L>ja« tourbillon d'eau, whirlpool, jjSjs. 

- |Lt*»i , /»/. IL^ao. , dent (du ser- 

pent), (serpent's) tooth, (iJJ)^^ . 

^ , ar. £*0 -pi. iZ^cuj , ar. ^+ _ 
cymbale, cymbal. 

lao»i« et da , ar. <jjX~* , coffret, boite, 
chest, box. 

^►j« , bot., bois de santal, sandal-wood, 



- tA*i « siege, trone, cAat'r, throne, ^ j> 
1 **»j« enfermer, to jAh2 a/>, _ r -a»- . 

I^«^J » ruse, embuches, craft, ambushes, 
OjISL. t iL»- ; expedient, device, *L-j ; 
habilete, skill, » jl^. ; action, act, J> . 

- ^Lj. rus6, crafty, Jbrf- ; habile, 

skilful, j*L . 

- di[I^i avec ruse, cunningly, iL*i j 

astucieusement, astutely, »Ujj . 

- ILojuji ruse, cra/i, JL^-I ; habilet^, as- 

tuce, shrewdness, astuteness, »U^ i lj[^. . 

- 2 *j« agir avec ruse, to ae/ craftily, 

Jl^-I . - 2 <kiJ •/ user de ruse, d'as- 

tuce, to use craft, astuteness, ^z l Jb?-I . 

- pj i»jo astutieux, astute, »l^ . 

- 6cpLt|» avec ruse, cunningly, *L£ . 

- Ij&^&i . ruse, crafty, »l^ . 

- b>»|jbfea» « j c. &k>pj«w . 

(vAj.) . |&&jJ» turban, turban, i-U ; 
toque, cap, »>-il* . 

- 2 ^M* coifK du turban, attired with 

a turban, 



\liJ\ , pi. I*m et |B>**M , hamecon, fish- 
hook, ^j^i . 



'J 



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(>x,«j . |L<l>< honte, shame, jLe . 
- r (-^.«-A.o« , palpel, immondices, filth, 
j\JZ\ \ infamies, infamies, f\i£ . 
' r *^, *l etre souille, to be soiled, 

U-».« , ^« , f. |&x< , sale, souille, dirty, 
soiled, ^Ji ; jJS , 



|Laib.t salete, dirt, SjlJii 



l y 



- j ; - ti-i i? £tre outrage, to be 
outraged, ,>*! . 

- ]y+-~ < mepris^, despised^ Jj-i^ ', vil, 

ircfe, 'ijs i honteux, shameful, J£- . 

- feuli^t honteusement, shamefully, jLo . 

- |Lo^.4 honte, shame, ilJ- . 

- !(*>« outrage, mepris, outrage, contempt, 

Jj> & «JLbI j infamie, infamy, jit ; 
|Lv-».< outrages, outrages, <U- . 
- 2 ^-< outrager, to outrage, *-S * desho- 
norer, to dishonour, ~ii . - 2 *v£ W 
/>. ; supporter, to suffer, J^»-l || |a*joi 
I*-^«m parties honteuses, /^Vy /wrfo, 

-ILoJ^oo perversite, perversity, ««.bj . 

1 tS« , (So j bruler, to iurn, <__— t-J! J fr., 
dessecher, to (fry, ,_jii»- . 

- iA*3« ; -t3o3. brulant, burning, »-U-l . 

|6>3« ou |b£*< , />/. \S>"\ , etc., natte, mat, 



|&i£a SOin..., V. 1 lSu . 

(\S^) . 2 ^j filtrer, to filter, (^.) ^ ; 

faire boire, to ma&e rfrinA, (J i-l . 
^jo3< , mus., sambuque, sambuca, wJj . 
}da3 . sorte de carcan, kind of iron collar, 

1 y 

+* S> . 5 } ^ } tomber sur, surprendre, 
to fall upon, surprise, Uli 1 Jf J*- J 
arriver, to come, d>i»- . 



- |&*»ft« incursion, invasion, tncurswn, 

invasion, SjU t (j*-* J adversitd, 
adversity, ^Jj ; filet, nei, pi . 

- 2 k~s"i se precipiter, attaquer, to rush, 

attack, ,*-U t Lr aijl ; preparer (le 
chatiment), to make ready {punish- 



ment , 



- 6 ^A 



;UJi 



1*1 prendre (au filet), to insnare, 
J^l . - 3 i~atLLJ etre frapp£ sou- 
dainement, to be struck suddenly, 

- r u*.aj. 5 par' el, souffleter, to 5/a/>, 
i_jiSJL) V_r^ • 

- Ua3» i soufflets, buffets, oUi^» . 

(^3.) . #ai bouc, he-goat, >L ; l^-^j 
chevre, she-goat, 3 Jf\c . 

\iSt\ , 3i , />/. |?9j rf l L »^ j matin, 
morning, ■A-^> . 

- U3i du matin, morning (adj.), ^/-L-^ j 

|C^3 « heure matinale, ear/y hour (of 
the morning), o^S b SpL- , 

- tL^a. aurore, f/wn, j^i . 

ItAj , tsj , /., oiseau, bird, jji~*t- . 

- |jo;a< oiselet, little bird, jJu^at. . 

- I^dt marchand d'oiseaux, bird-dealer, 

^3< 3 ar. Jji-^ , sorte de petit oiseau, 

kind of little bird. 
|6^a« , c. |Co. , ornement... 
|< « clou, nai/, jlf~« . 

- 2 « « « clouer, to nail, (.i.) y - . 
U< « , eto., cymbale, cymbal, -^a , 
I9 • • grillon, cricket, j_y^_ r ^ . 



1 



lier, to tie, ^j t 



t'nifr., 



'J » 'V ' 
se reunir, to gather, p^-\ \ s'engour- 

dir, to become torpid, j-^- . - 1 >»-t 1^ ^ 

- !jo. poussiefe, <f^, jti- . 



305 

- |JJ « lien, tie, J»1jj ; bourse, sac, 

purse, bag, <-j\j*- ' ~* _r* * 

- \tvyy % petite bourse, small purse, *<>j~t> 

- \Ltfoy • stellion (lezard), stellio (li- 

zard), (j.ji^-) iiUifr . 

- 2 »J » recoudre, to sew up again,{**) A> . 

- 2 j££ ,/ etre lie, to fo /ied, (^) -^ j . 

If » 1° fendre, d£chirer, to split, rend, 
jjf- t ji ; ouvrir, to o/>en, p£ ; 
2° penetrer, to penetrate, 3 j^-\ ; 
3° franchir, to />ow ouer, Jl^-I ; 
4° arracher, to tear away, *1» . 
• 1 1*^ *j p. ; hesiter, to hesitate, «/ , 

-&J , Pi- U>J , fcnte, crflcA, Ji J 
morceau (d'etoffe) , piece (of goods), 

- fa . ; - |Lo** « action de fendre, de 

separer, splitting, dividing, Jiyu <■ J$ . 

eclater, to 6«rrf, «iijl ; pour 1 <+)l «f , 
plaisanter, to j«J, r> ; se jouer 
de, mepriser, to laugh at, despise, 



|oj'» pignons de pomme de pin, pine 
kernels, j j~Ji\ "<Sy \ ecorce du cedre, 
cedar bark, jj^i ^ . 

i. 1 wj » bruler (intr.), to Awn (wfr.), Jjwl. 

n. J l» j « , , crier, to cry out, tj~* \ siffler, 
to hiss, j*~e . 

o r r 

m °u.J • / crier, to cry o«(, j- J ^> . 
|-xi } « verrou, Ao/J, ^j^ . 

l r 

») t , , etre dans le besoin, to be in 

want, j^pl . - 1 y^, » / souffrir, peiner, 
to Ju^er, pain, -i*U- i <->iJ ; oe , perdre, 
to /o^, j~»- . 

- \^.'f • pauvre, /wor, j*ii . 



» L 4 ~ M 

* * * 

- |Laa* j « pauvrete, poverty, yn . 
-lis to « id. ; penurie, scarcity, i*!^c . 

- 3 i*» W appauvrir, to impoverish, jii\ j 
(?) remuer la queue, to ra^ <A« 
tei/, ^i ii^»- . 

1 >o j • } , arracher, to />/udr, Ji ; oser, 
to dare, *sj>r • 

- ILa^a- j i ; - ti j . audace, daring, »»|_^- . 

- 3 >oj •/ oser, to dare, jj»- . 

l X 

i. »3j * } , serrer, oppresser, to make 

shrink, oppress, iaij> t j^»- ; eprouver, 
to fry, j^»x*l ; purifier, to r^«, ,_yi*« . 

- pj • resserrement, tightening, j*a*- . 
- 2 i3ji resserrer, to tighten, ^J> . 

- llsj «m n. a^. ; ipre, harsh, ^M . 

- |Lai3j tit iprete, harshness, iyLi . 

• 3 t3» . ; resserrer, to tighten, < j r J> ; tour- 
menter, to torment, (a«) <-> Jp ; exas- 
perer (une douleur), to exasperate 
(a pain), (Ul) ^jl ; attaquer, to 
attack, ->-U . 

1 r 

ii. »S$ ♦ , * , rincer, nettoyer, purifier, 

to rt'aje, c/ean, /ittri^, y£- <■ o^^-^ 

- ISom fondeur, founder, iiL- . 

- |Laa-.j * purification, purificat ton, j^lu. 

- 13 » i epuration, refining, \i . ^" ; creu- 

set, crucible, *£_}> ; metal pur, /»ar« 
metal, J»U 0^*» . 

- IS>\ , ar. J»l^ ; - ^>j>« chan- 

geur, money-changer, C*\j**> . 

- 2 i3^ Wetre purifie, to be purified, j^i . 

t cm3Jj souffleter..., v. 'uJ, . 
|)L* , bot., sarriette, savory, j*-j . 




o> 100, 100, \ . . . 
i» , pour V^e oa (1**0 . 
14&}a balance, balance, OLi . 

(oud) . |k*i 3 ^ £a£ e , ,£^^ ^ 

voute, vault, -0u= ; dome, <fo;w, *J ; 

centre, «nire, .k*_, ; tente, tent, i-^- . 
- 1 -* ■ -> ! > 1° voute, cintr£, vaulted, ar- 
ched, JaiL t XU. ; 2° qui encercle, 
encircling, -LyL£ . 

- ) ">">o voute, vault, -Ua . 

- ^ ->~nw > ; . |->.-io , c. \-\.-\n 1°. 

(ao) . |&. ->-to frissonnement, shivering, 

p r 

i. paa entraves(supplice),./ettm(fortKre), 
(<_jXo) Jic . 

u. Jai , xapO£, ca/>., cab, caie, ^J . 

V^ ^ * contenir, to contain, iSj*- ; 
retenir, to hold, «iJ — .1 ; s'enflammer 



(blessure), to be inflamed (wound), 

k*Ao , pi. \ts 1-10 , 6tang, ^o/zJ, _/-i£ j 
citerne, cistern, 7^j^» . 

- pao plein, /«//,iJ'Sl. ; stagnante (eau), 

stagnant (water), (.U) oSlj ; coagute 
(sang), coagulated, ^jj j» j epaisses(td- 
nebres), ifo'cA; (darkness), (i*"^) ,j— !■» . 

- U^lo contenu, contents, bj+~k» \ abces, 

abscess, ^1^- j etang, /wnrf, «JcL_. j 
marais, swamp, a^-Lj ; receptacle, 
receptacle, ,j^y^ . 

Itioaia } gfc.j xou(3lXOuXaplO£, came- 

rier, chamberlain, ^-^U- . 
ILa^a et \la=>\a , pi. |L«L=ix> , ywlf3(n)~6£, 

coffre, chest,3jX^> ; arche, ar£, iJ^- ; 

sarcophage, sarcophagus, ,j*jj\j. 

^> « "> fr , , aller au devant, to go to 
meet, (Jl) JJl ; s'opposer, to fo opposed, 
^jU ; en appeler a, to appeal to,^X^\ - 



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^.i. ou ys^o , accuser, to accuse, (J 5Li ; 
•^m , ^a , ^goe , se plaindre de, to 
complain of, j» ^-^> • 

■ \Uao oppose, plac£ en face, opposite, 

.iLi. i Jjli* \ plaignant, plaintiff, 
dlil. • l&yLas accusation, accusation, 
ijjSiZ j contribution, contribution, 

• (laoo } bot., camomille, camomile, oj^>Jl . 

• U-aaoJ-V cote" oppose, opposite side, <$>- 

iL LI. J adversaire, adversary, ~a>- . 

• ^^a || a ^o en face, in front, 5U> ; 

au contraire, on the contrary, 1 _ r -K»J t> ; 
au loin, far away, I-U*j . 

■ > -^o&\ en face, contre, devant, 

aupres de, vers, in front, against, 
before, near to, towards, Jp c xj> l >Li 

J^ (. <-;> jki t |»LI . _ Aff. i^aso\ 

>^\attftN , etc., a^asa , etc. (jar. 
v o<n\->ai-t\ ) . 

■ U-maNf 1° contraire, contrary, JjIjj- 

jLL. j 2° adversaire, ennemi, ad- 
versary, enemy, j-tt t ^>- ; 3° au 
contraire, on the contrary, ^.S-jJL; 
|| Iboi^U W. 3°. 



. * t * * 



- |l\saa\y contraire, contrary, jLi. . 

i f ■* •.* ■* v * 

- ILn. vtttftNf opposition, opposition, 

-*vaak\> s opposer, to oppose, 2L0 . 
- ^l^clXjLJ la. ; etre attaque, to be 
attacked, /■-_•>* , 

- )i-tf»\ l w ; - ^Af&yfaa adversaire, 

adversary, ^~ai- . 

- k.|i^c&ftao a l'encontre, contrarily, 

- |Laaaa^)taa opposition, opposition, 

•uijl« j hostility, hostility, cJ& . 

- |6>, i\~>o 5 ar. <<JLj , impots, taxes. 



■ |.\a->t> accusation, plainte, accusation, 

complaint, tSj^~- . 
1 2,i Va« recevoir, to receive, JJ ; a 1 ., ^* , 
accepter, consentir, to accept, consent, 
^s-ij t JJ ; supporter, souffrir, to 
bear, suffer, ^ii t J^l ; jiU , 
suivre, to follow, *S j .» 3 apprendre 
de, to learn from, ,y> jcJ-\ ; obeir a, 
to oA.y, £lU . - z ^aoL/ />. ; '•fcl , 
etre agr^able, cher a, to Ae agreeable, 
dear to, Je- I > jt olT t J JLI || <-^s 
|-j/ recevoir l'ordination, to receive 
ordination, ~jjl j| (ifr-> Vis conce- 
voir, to conceive, Aj- II U° ^ao etre 
declare" miserable, to Ae declared un- 
happy, LJLi jLcl || |La:L£ '(^ai rendre 
graces, remercier, to return thanks, 
thank, 4jIul.I j$>\ t J±J> . 

• Ibxoao receveur, collector, J~a^ . 

• \i\-\tiYt , n. ag. ; etole, stole, J-^Lj . 

> IL<ii >~^nw action de recevoir, recei- 
ving, jLil . 

• Usao ta. ; reception, festin, reception, 

banquet, -UJj t JL-oi-1 • c. Ii,\a«a 
face, face, **-j || I •>!_»>» IIsolo vigile, 
i'(?t7, jj^ju || |L&'Xr^ ^u action 
de graces, thanksgiving, oJ^S-J. . 

■ J, >Vao/ etre vis-a-vis, to face, ^l>- ; 

survenir, to occur, io»- t jjj J an- 
ticiper, to anticipate, £~*> \ recevoir, 
accueillir, to receive, accept, ^j*z~-\ J 
embrasser, to embrace, {■*+) JJ J (ou 
Pa 1 el?) succeder a, to succeed, •Jj&>- ; 
porter, to carry, Jj- [j |Is/ \>Ao/ 
affronter, combattre, to face, fight, 
■— 'jU- t Ac- !^n>-l . 
. r >% k a Aflft } saf'el, s'opposer, to oppose, 
^jU ; etre present, to be present, 
jjv- \ — tr., opposer, to oppose, ^Lo j 



I*a — \aa 



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fcllb 



envoyer au devant, to send to meet, 
l\jr)l J-ijt . - J "%riRb,tnf arriver, to 
happen, come, J-oj <. -d<Jb- J venir 
au devant, to come to meet, (J I) JJl ; 
etre present, to be present, ^-i»- . 

U->nntr> hasard, chance, ^jt- . 

ft * r l ■* 

H tun a» , rar. aa , contraire, contrary, 

jUa« ; adversaire, adversary, p*>- j 
opposition, opposition, i^jL. ; adver- 
sity, adversity, ^.Jj . 

)■>->&&«. contraire, contrary, jUi- ■ 
adversaire, adversary, ~a^ . 

au contraire, en face, on the 
contrary, in front, ^Li c ^t-S^JIj . 

- |Lft.Sj>atun opposition, opposition, 

-.1 • *^ ' * r > • i r 

i*>j\*u> ; Ln.\-ioftj» = av Tl, ex. «• 

(U8 , dcvxippYJcreL?, contradictions, 

contradictions, cA^\j*\ . 

- U\->no face, visage, ,/iw*, 4»- j , 

<*£-© , ' , fixer, to fix, (a.)) c-J ; 
^tablir, to settle, pUl j tn/r., pen&rer, 
to penetrate, J^j . ■ 1 «aAL{ />. ; etre 
reconstruit, to be reconstructed,*' jL> -Lcl . 

- | %.-in fixe, j£v^rf, cUjIj j ferme, ./inn, 

<_JL» j coagule, congele, coagulated, 
congealed, xjt- i ^\j» ; |d\^ao /. ; 
signe, sign, i.^U . 

- 6l.| v.' i b solidement, firmly, ~tj\£j ; 

d'une maniere sure, tn a jure owy, 

- ILoxiaa fixitd, fermete, fixity, firmness, 

- \ v*m fixation, etablissement, fixation, 

settling, Llil i oLjI . 

- 2 *a* fixer, planter, to fix, plant, jT, 

^jt j imprimer, to impress, *J» . 
- 2 >^u»L/ p. 

- l-va&o fixation, fixation, Zj\J\ , 



l j*' 



, , enterrer, to Awry, ^» . 

- 1 iLol'l p. 

» ii 

- |»aaj» n. ag. ; porteur, fossoyeur, 

porter, grave-digger, jU»- c Jl^ . 

- ILoj.-in sepulture, burial, ji-i , 

- I^a tombe, ^raiw, _*» . 

- Ijaaj) sepulture, burial, jm ; |Lt*ato 

«/. ; cimetiere, burial-ground, Ijju. 
|j t»a^o fc-a tombe, grane, jj ; 
I Jft^jt* b*a cimetiere, cemetery, ~»jjl» . 

- [sf^^a sepulture, burial, jm . 

- 2 ^u» enterrer (de nombreux morts), 

to bury (many), {if_j^ kl^l) ^ij ; 
entasser, to A*a/i u/>, f^T . 

- |*ao tas, Aeo0, \»Ji . 

- Ifta&o id. ; jarre (ou sac) a ble, 

jar (or sack) for wheat, ( Lr iT jl) Ij*- 
ikjj j corde, J/Wng, J-»- . 

l&'taa , etc., X'jfispvigTTjC, capitaine de 
navire, ship's captain, jbj , 

- |La£-j*aaj> commandement, steering, 

»s , abrev., pour \+*+o , saint... 

1 K 
♦^ , jaaj , couper, dechirer, to cut, 

tear, a* t ^» . 

- |^o outre, leather bottle, -i» . 

- )L»o , />/. I Jo , bande (d'dtoffe), band 

(of clothe), iii ; courroie (de san- 
dale), (sandal) strap, «~i . 

- 2 ,^» , c. 1 ^. - 2 »Ul/" p. 

- J99&A laceration, tearing up, -U . 

^J ^^/ . 2 w»»i toucher, to receive, J>>l J 
acqudrir, to acquire, ......rTl j posse - 

der, to possess, <ilL ; retenir, to AoW, 
ii~.t j jouir, to enjoy, *u ; affermir, 



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>»v* 



to consolidate, (.i.) -it j , ■ 2 t» ¥ aL//>. ; 
rester, to remain, ^j ; <r., gagner, to 



earn, 
11' " " 



possession, possession, ^iiLc . 

.*» •< ... . , , • 

- M»ax> acquisition, acquisition, Jr-** 1 ; 

possession, jouissance, possession, 
enjoyment, >>.tx ; dllx . 

- [I*,j>6oc avantageux, fructueux, />rq/«- 

teWe, fruitful, «»U t -Li. . 

1 r 
v*»j-D , tr., fut. * , 1° trouer, to tore, 

r-a» ; 2° s'arracher les cheveux, to 

tear one's hair out, «^ <j£» ; se faire 

(une tonsure), to give oneself a tonsure, 

5L1T1 tj^i- i yai \ 3° allumer, enflam- 

mer, to light, kindle, (Ju}<^ i »i ; 

4° crier, to cry, r _r* \ — intr.,fut. , 

bruler, to bum, 3_r»-\ . ■ 1 i-*oL//>. 

- |Cu.)oo foudre, clap of thunder, «wtL» • 

plaque de calvitie, bald patch (in 
the hair), i«i-» ; lamentation, lamen- 
tation, »Ij j . 

- \~+o perforation, perforation, t_J»j j 

trou, hole, *_JL' ; allumage, kindling, 
JL^ii ; Rumme, flame, ^-^ ; ardeur, 
ardour, r>*j . 

- lL*AM tariere, auger, ^.Jai. . 

- 2 i~t<& faire des incisions, to make 

incisions, S»j2> . 

- 3 w^j 5 c. 'w^d 2° ; allumer, to 

light, J*i( . 

l.Co , eto., ar. ^U , juge, jWge, ^l» . 

U*a nuque, cou, na/w (of the neck), neck, 
IJj i US j col (de vase), n^cA;, (o/~ 
vessel), (»IjI) **_»» J rive, AanA: (q/* 

raw) 



^O *-0 , 3 preceder, devancer, to pre- 
cede, go before, j~~ i /»-Uj ; cm*. (= adv., 



avant, d'avance, before, beforehand, 
lii- t $Li , «r. ^5/ ^^a il mange 
d'abord, A« ^ate at first, ^L» JTL ) ; 
surpasser, to surpass, Jli ; parvenir, 
to aHaj'n, J~» j . - l »^oL/ , ^ , etre 
frappe" soudainement par, to be struck 
suddendly by, { ',jrj* . 
. UL^a anterieur, anterior, UuL ; = ait;., 
avant, before, 5t» (ex. oooi *.***»£ 
^.LJ ils etaient venus avant, they 
had come before, JJ j» ]y\ -li jplS' J 
«k»t» X++B connu avant, known be- 
fore, $Li f>«) || \ >u£o , />re>., 
avant, before, Ji || ;o~tA ^« aupa- 
ravant, autrefois, before, formerly, 
Lc-\* t LiLL» j depuis le commence- 
ment, ./row Jte beginning, .IjxjVI A- ; 
a l'orient, wi /Ae «u/, u^J . 

■ (»»»« , )«+b , premier, ancien, first, 

ancient, f-i» t Jjl || |m«a3 d'abord, 
au debut, at first, .l-U^I -Lt <. fyjl . 

■ [J»>jo premier, first, Jjl ; ^o , ant£- 

rieur a, anterior to, JjL- J ancien, 
ancient, <-l» j i*»»j> , aaV., aupara- 
vant, d'abord, before, at first, "}L» j 
|_Im»j> /?/. ; les chefs, /A« leaders, 

|| uw^oa, c. umv« , adv. |6-ao,jva, 
aiu., c. 'rM^as * a la premiere heure, 
at the first hour, «tL- Jjl j . 

• c^^o^o d'abord, premierement, at 

first, Vjl . 

* 4- » r . . . 

■ |Lo_oo»j> antenonte, anteriority, ?±s \ 

priorite, priority, *J jl ; presidence, 
presidency, 4--U j . 

■ PomvA primitif, primitive, Jjl . 

■ (aoyaa partie anterieure, front, fore 

part, front, ^j i {XL ; prep, (qff.pl), 
devant, avant, before, JJ t r^ , 



**a 



jo*0 



310 



(ex. u.xyao devant moi, before me, 

1 - \ 1/ * 1 * * r d 

— * * * 

/»■#,, devant, before, pl-ii || ^»yoa *» 
1° par devant, tn /ronf, pL^I ,3- j 
2° le matin, early, L-Lu? , |*9a&a 
id. 2° ; ^afaoA «* ^opaaA ^0 
avant, fo/ore, ^Li ; de toute eter- 
nite, from all eternity, xf}\ x^. , 

■ >*yO , prep. (off. pi.), avant, devant, 

before, fU t JJ || 70^. irf. ; 70^0 ^ 
id. ; par, a cause de, by, on account 
of, >_-x-j t J>-V t j ; loin de, far 
from, ^ !X;»4 . 

-;o»AaS. auparavant, d'abord, before, 
first, Hj\ i. $U |] ^o^aa^ ^» frf. ; 
autrefois, formerly, u-i* . 

■ 2 )*+o preceder, prevenir, aller au 

devant, to precede, prevent, go to meet, 
Jl ji\j t fJjOiJ <. *Ju£ ; ia , offrir, 
*° < 2$ ?r 5 f ■** i aller le matin, to 50 in 
Jfo morning, U-Lv<»i_**j j a«*. (= adv., 
avant, d'avance, before, beforehand, 
U-li. <. %J> , ex. *i/ 70^0 predire, to 
predict, U ) j aussitot, af onc«, }|U- j 
le matin, in the morning, U-L» . 
- s **oLf />. ; etre fait oa dit avant, 
to be done or said before,^J «i^ jl JJ j 
etre saisi, compris, to be caught, un- 
derstood, ^Li (jf ) ilpt jl (^) dJ .1 . 

(|L ftw »a>o) . Laio*a» ( = pref., pre/., 
4A|U), lat. pros, pro, ex. lb***? Law*a» 
prescience, prescience, ILL* 4»^« . 

\*uyO qui precede, anterieur, ^>r«r«- 
ding, anterior, fJiSx. t JjU • ancien, 
ancient, <-i» . 

|Lo««»0 anterionte, prionte, anterio- 
rity, priority, "*Jj\ t f-i» ; vie ante- 
rieure, anterior life, ILL- »L»- ; anti- 
quit6, antiquity, p-li J La*&»*0 «i. ; 



= j&rq&. /af. />ra? oa j^ro, («*. La*L>*a 
» » • 

IhS proprieties, prophecies, ^3^ ) . 

- |IaLt,.B premier, yfaJ, J j I . 

- 3 >o*a,l faire aller devant, to make go 

before, J^-j iL*- . - 3 ;o»aLL/ , aux. 
( = d'avance, beforehand, UL> , «r. 
a A..L&JO ;e»aLL/ il est deja domine 
par..., he is already conquered by..., 
4jl* ... J_>i-i JLaJ) . 

\aoya , xaBo?, chaudron, caldron, J^ \ 
casque, helmet, »iy- . 

}j*0»a tortueux, winding, r_y • 

Ijj* , /., pi. /* et l L ' , marmite, pot, jo* . 

^^*-*^y . (If aa , 1*0*0, 1° lieu saint, 
sanctuaire, temple, holy place, sanc- 
tuary, temple, JSCjs c (j*- li. t ^-^i. jlSC j 
2° chose sainte, Ao/y object, ^—ia. .^ j 
3° saintete, holiness, i-lji» II 1*0*0 
y-^ao Saint des Saints, T/o/y of 
Holies, ^J-iSVI^j-'-ii || 109009 Im&* mon 
jour saint, m> holy day, t _yiiai.\ LS -ji || bu^ 

- ^i*.«a0 sacre, sacred, ^y^* . 

♦ 

- !»».&» sanctuaire, sanctuary, ^^i. 

m &*a id. 

■ 2 i*«jo tenir pour saint, declarer saint, 
to deem holy, proclaim holy, L-Lia «Jlc 
Lai. 4iLI ; sanctifier, to sanctify, 
(<i») ,_,»- 1» j consacrer, to consecrate, 
(-i») tyj* \ prononcer la doxologie 
Lk>*0 , to recite /Ai doxology 0^*0 , 
UL.v0iJAJ-lJiiJ j — marier, to marry, 
(-*•) r J J 5 epouser, to marry, 1 rj'j . 
- 2 i**0L/ /». ; r. ; se purifier, to purify 
oneself, j£u \ se montrer saint, to 
show oneself holy, LjJii <Gl j ^^jUI . 

- U*b* virginal, virginal, J_^ . 



311 



\oj> — **x> 



* r 

- ^x«-o saint, sacre, holy, sacred, ^Al* 

u*j&- ', ange, angel, 4^. ; moine, 
monk, i_-*lj ; doxologie [**«-£ , do- 

sanctuaire, sanctuary, ^Ai. . 

- &*[*«*£ saintement, Ao/j/y, i-loi . 

- |La*4*o saintetd, holiness, 4->IjS • virgi- 

nity, virginity, IJjii • coll., les saints, 
iAe saints, jj— jOxJI . 

- U»<"» sanctification, sanctification, 

fj-l-tij j consecration, consecration, 
(j-ij^j J sainte messe, Ao/y mas.?, 
4-AI **^j3 j action d'emettre let**£o 
utterance of the u^^a , u*£o II Jkii . 

- i***LLf etre sanctifie, to i« sanctified, 



if 



Jju 



U^a pendant d'oreille, ear-ring, 
- anneau, ring, i«L- . 



'I ' 



©♦-^ etre emousse, s'emousser, to be 
or become blunt, JS". 

- |L&*ma etat emousse, bluntness, j^S . 
■ 2 u(M emousser, to Wan/, JTI . 

-''uotAL/ , C. L |oyO . 

9 * * o * c 

- uoiA( , c. 'uo»o j repousser, to />ajn 



^^■©♦-^ , , rassembler, to assemble, 
**; I intr., se rassembler, to gather 
together, **x»-l . 

- )J«h» foule, crowd, jj+r- . 

- li^ma criard, chicaneur, noiVy, petti- 

fogger, jl£jt t ^U.^ ; bavard, 
talkative, j\jj . 

- \Lal\o\a esprit de querelle, spirit of 

quarrel, ^iJU^r rjj . 

- 2, %.ovo rassembler, to assemble, Ji^-. 
- 3, ^ovof s'unir, to unite (intr.), a* I . 



\'**"^/ • Ualo , yfoZo t choses tissees, 
woven objects, pL_] ; toiles (d'arai- 
gnee), webs, (cj^-SoJII) ^J . 

- |ioa metier a tisser, weaving -loom, 

- 2 t»oa 1° rester, to remain, £j j 
2° perseverer, to persist, j-U ; 
3° attendre, to afa'dV, ^^Jl . 

i. Ulaoo chapeau, Aai, 3*J j tiare, ft'ara, 
^L" J chapiteau, capital (of a column), 
^^u-'j J Ik ivmio capes, capes, ^ij . 

ii. J-laoocalice (de la Heur), flower -cup, S~ . 

If as ou |)&o lien, bond, aJ ; ? diademe, 
diadem, r-ll . 

Ih&o , XtooaptXj couvertures, blankets, 

1 (oa , , sauter, to /««/>, jii . 

- 2 m> «/. ; exulter, to «jra/<, Jl^ . 

I too belette, weasel, ^jt- ^\ . 

ya^(AM|a« , xo<JjJLOXpaTwp } maitre du 
monde, master of the world, JUi .U- . 

t-io pedoncule, tige, peduncle, stalk, 

l£&A troupeau, A«ri/, «JJ . 

^u^oa entasser, to heap,*J> . - 4 ^aaL//i. 

- U^&o tas, A(?a/), <u_^ . 

v ol^.|iaa et jUsao , XO^Xta?, etau, 



U-O voix, son, uotVe, jownii, ^ jj t Cj^-rf» ; 
cri, cry, j-1^.^ ; parole, saying, 5*15" j 
langue, language, iil j bruit, fracas, 
nowf, crash, i*ZJ c 1^» j tonnerre, 
thunder, iiUU ; la vpix pubUqd^'^ 
common fame, pUI ^ljl ; W., sorte 
d'hymne, AjW of hymn, -b'liHI j. p^J • 



joeus — \cus 



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mus., ton, mode, tone, mode, Oj*Jl j»li. 
j»JUI |»LL II jlco a voix forte, in a strong 
voice, tjji O^-aj || Ua U> le meme ton, 
fAe same tone, jLJICjIj ]||J-o L^ok^h L;j> 
parole, mot, saying, word, iJ5' t aLLoJ j 
voix, son, voice, sound, ^ji i C>^> . 
- ^iVr> vocal, vocal, <3_y* . 

\ti\aLO , pi. Uoa et \izLaji , cruche, pit- 
cher, ej>- . 
[a^.oo oiseau chanteur, singing bird, 



1 ji* jjA^iP 



v q^oa , xffiXoVj anat., colon, colon, ^ 
JiJi ; ILcL^oa membres, members, *VJ**\ 
|| ^^Laoy \k\$ colique, colic, ^^u* . 

lliaAao , lat. colonia, colonie, colony, 



- l*o2laA , ? colon, settler, S j ,. « £ ...« £ L- . 
Iv^ao carcan, iron collar, Jp . 
^kLou , c. \ll^al , ordre... 

l ' 
JQ-O , >o&aj , se lever, etre debout, 

to me, stand, tjaij i /»li ; ressusciter, 
to raise from the dead, djJl j etre fait, 
to be done, f \ etre etabli, to 4e 5ett- 
/W, oil ; etre, avoir lieu, to be, 
happen, >L>x>- i jL? ; etre encore, 
subsister, to last, subsist, j> i A* ; 
s'arreter, to $to/>, JasJZ ; ok*. {= arfi)., 
constamment, constantly, U Ij , ex. 
1*3*^0 ..vi. lis nettoient constam- 
ment, they clear constantly, Lc Ij OjJj«o ) ; 
— a , s'acquitter de, s'occuper de, 
to perform, busy oneself with, i As t jjl 
j < _ s =c-l ; perseverer dans, to persist in, 
Jc j-L? ; consister en, to consist of, 
> As ; coiiter, to c<wf, j ^ ; — ^. , 
secourir, to Ae//>, u_jU j etre utile a, 
to £e use/a/ to, «ij J etre charge de, 
to 6e entrusted with, i jTy J se revolter 



contre, to rebel against, Jc- jlj ; 

— Va^oA , resister a, to rejisf, /• _jli ; 

— .» , cesser, abandonner, to cease, 
forsake, £ j t jt -Lijl j rester sans, to 
remain without, bjX> ^ ; consister en, 
to consist of,>As\ — V, se dresser 
contre, resister, to stand against, resist, 
j»jlitJU»/»U J dresser des embuches a, 
to lay snares for, Jc ITI^I ^^aJ j etre 
prepose a, to 6e jef oner, Jp (^ja.) JTj ; 
atteindre, saisir, obtenir, to attain, seize, 
obtain, JL>' t iijj! l aJj ; comprendre, 
savoir, to understand, know, Js^c-i^; 
tenir (une promesse), to Aee£ (a pro- 
mise), («Jp j) jc ; — to*. , lutter contre, 
to grapple with, jJlT ; — >>^a , resister 
a, to rejiiZ, |»_jl» ; servir, to 5erz>e, /»-W- 
|| )^>) oe >u> desesperer, to despair, ^^ju 
|| *ao ... , expl., ex. |CZ^ taaao fiox^ 
j'ai supporte des coups, / have endured 
a beating, C>\ijJ> £-**& . 



>o\—a p. a. ; present, present, j~#\>- J 
|JA*a , v., il est reconnu, if is admitted, 
Jsjj** «ul ; subst., colonne, column, 
±yf- \ porte, gate, i-jIj ; |&oa*A co- 
lonne, column, *jf ; statue, statue, 
J lir j borne, milestone, >_~^ ; souche, 
stump, fj>- J manche, handle, *Sw. j 
pied, ^oof, J>-j ; garde, poste, guard, 
post, ij'j'- ' ~AejS- \ moisson, harvest, 

. |mo<j> n. ag. ; prefct, administrateur, 
inspecteur, prefect, manager, overseer, 
^[f* i j±* i S U- ; aide, helper, 
J*l — . j precepte, precept, \~<>j . 

• [La*»&+a prefecture, direction, prefec- 
ture, management, Sjiji t S"U-1 t_-^2X. . 

■ peoo position debout, standing position, 
/•Li ; station, position, sejour, station, 
position, stay, *As\ <. *J> j <. i_ii_^. J 



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*&o 



veille, heure (de l'office nocturne), 
watch, hour {of the nocturnal office), 
(iJLUI «t>LJI) i*L- i <~L* \ accomplis- 
sement (d'une charge), performance 
{of an office), (<"**;) |»L» ; stability, 
Constance, stability, constancy, jly! 
oLi j repos, rest, *»-lj ; resurrection, 
resurrection, iiUJl ; insurrection, 
insurrection, Ijy j troupe, foule, 
2roo/>, crowd, Ji>- t <c(f>- ; fong., brasse, 
fathom, fl» ; Itaoaji taille, stature, 
height, stature, -J t lili ; _/>/. JL*»&a_ 
age, age, j*> 1 1 |»&a o^. |o»i resister, 
resist, * jU || | j^ kx&o a la hauteur 
d'un jet de fleche, at the height of a 
bowshot, ~4~- S_.j j\e Jt . 
|aL.o position debout, position, stan- 
ding position, position, <J/a^> t j»L» ; 
placement, placing, *J>j ; constitu- 
tion, constitution, i.UI j etat, rfate, 
iiU- j poste militaire, military post, 
i_y=r £ ' j» ; traite, promesse, cove- 
nant, promise, -icj t «jl«Lu j signe 
d'alliance, Jtgn of alliance, i.'iU 
eJJL* 1 j dogme, dogma, ijjj »-*^ J 
profession clericale, monastique, 
monastic or clerical profession, ^jtf- 
V"L*^I <- {J >jj^' s 1\ ; etat du clerge, 
clerge, establishment of the clergy, 
clergy, u^jj^TI <■ *^iJ^~^ 5 resur- 
rection, resurrection, i.L» • math., 
dimension, dimension, f-Lajl j |tao*o 
resurrection, resurrection, i-Li J co//., 
les ressuscites, l'figlise, i/w risen{pl.), 
the Church, i-xSCll t jjt«.' II ; part me- 
suree, fix6e, fixed allowance, portion, 
lijJ^- i ^Uu ~J ; prescription, pres- 
cription, i-rfy ; traite, covenant, 5-uL. ; 
Constance, constancy, C^Lo || ^ols ^a 
clerc, religieux, cferA, monk, ^j^S~\ 
*_j>Ij ; laoia L ;a moniale, diaconesse, 



nun, deaconess, k*\z" t i.*lj II 
^ola allies, a//iM, »UU- . 



- |Lo*uj> || iio Laao^o musique, sym- 
phonic, music, symphony, f-Lajl t ^X^y. 

• 2 ?«*a etablir, constituer, fixer, to settle, 
constitute, fix, j-U- t Lr ^\ c *lil ; soute- 
nir, to sustain, (.i.) jSC j commen- 
cer, to £«gin, I Oil . - 2 »loL/ p. ; £tre 
retabli, to be restored, <JU J I A-tl j 
vivre, durer, etre, to live, last, be, 
jlS t »1j t ^U j 6tre en vigueur, 
to be in force, -Li! . 

■ >i~d ou >o^^a florissant, flourishing, 

■ |*«a qui dure, subsiste, lasting, subsis- 

iwg, j*z~*» i p ; qui reste, survi- 
vant, remaining, surviving, JL> . 

■ |L«a*« garde (/.), guard, ^j*- . 

■ (aiLaA retablissement, affermissement, 

defense, restoration, strengthening, de- 
fence, *i\»- t -A-jIj t ^lo>-l j etablis- 
sement, constitution, establishment, 
constitution, ,^-i-lj t i*lil ' etat, Jtafe, 
iJU- J systeme, doctrine, system, doc- 
trine, u-jdi. t ^^ oLij ; sustenta- 
tion, conservation, 4jJLu ; subsistance, 
sustenance, ^Jt-w . 

]L-x\v\,ot\» Constance, constancy, Cj\-> . 

• 3 y^^o} faire se lever, faire se tenir 
debout, dresser, to make rise or stand, 

to Set Up, <-*~oj 4 i_jjjl t j» 



HI 



ressus- 



citer, to resurrect, <±m ; engendrer, 
to engender, (^4) J j ; placer, cons- 
tituer, to place, constitute, flil t ju» _> 5 
attribuer, imputer, to attribute, im- 
pute, Jc ^1 t c r -J ' restituer, to 
restitute, ^Ul ; faire, accomplir, to 
nwA«, fulfil, > Ai i^f- ; commencer, 
engager, to Aegin, j IjijI ; reciter 



)0&O 



314 



(des psaumes), to recite (psalms), 
( _a«J>) ~£> ; a , mettre a la place de, 
to put in place of, .../»LiL. >»lil j .» 5 
enlever de, to remove from, ,y> f j ; 
— ^ , veiller a, faire attention a, 
to take care of, attend to, J* j&" 
Jl *Jj\ j etre fidele a, observer, to 
abide by, keep, J* Ji»L>- t j L_J jlS" • 
proposer a, to set over, Jt /-Lai j resis- 
ter a, to rmrf, * jli • informer de, 
to in/iw/w of, j icl ; — infr., etre 
etabli, constitue, to ie settled, consti- 
tuted; Jiil 4 Jn ; durer, persister, 
to /fli<, j\j i Ai j »o , consister en, 
to consist of, j fli . - 3 >o^oLL/ etre 
constitue, consister, to A* constituted, 
consist, j»li t ^tO || p^ ?a-af 
s'efforcer, to strive, \^-\ ; register, to 
resist, |*jL» ; se revolter, to rewfr, jIj 

I |fc\so ?o*a/ promettre, to promise, Acj 
|| |o^m*» >c**f ecouter, to listen,C~*j\ 

I I U^j ;>«— of etre constant, to i« coru- 

>«*aso p. a. ; constant, constant, i^jIj . 
ILaaa^&M || (lis* LftVi.ftw opiniatretd, 
obstinacy, jLp . 



ILoMaao 



U^jL 



id. 



|**9 dignitd, dignity, >*jj* . 
- tiicua» n. ag. ; fondateur, founder, 
j — 'J* ; mainteneur, sauveur, main- 
tainer, saviour, -UL. t Jt iiil^ . 
umu , eto., gomme arabique, arable 

gum, <Jji *s° . 
lo.vino et utu , xou,txo£, comique, 

comic, J j* . 
|oa*££uiao.D , X0[J.SVTapYJTl0?, secretaire, 

secretary, i_JlT . 
h^>&a , x'JVYjyoc, chasseur, hunter, ^Ij ; 
veilleur de nuit, nigA/ watchman, ^jIj- 
J^Jl j J croque-mort, undertaker's 
man, jU . 



- ^l^jaa , XUvViytov, chasse, Auntf, J-^ . 

|o»ju , XOvBot^j jeu d'enfants, children's 
game, ^ij\ i_~»J , 

- v o-_o,jaa , xovodcxtov, petit volume, 

small scroll, juw> -*Lf . 

V=L^a»a^jao connetable, high constable, 

li^iaA , XOVTiptOV, lance, spear, \y- . 

|*j&a , xovia, cendre, ash, .sUj . 

v «^jao , dtXOViTOV, bot., aconit, aconite, 

u^>. • 
\lLtJ> , xaaouXa, lit., chasuble, chasuble, 

L^.aa , ? fou, mad, oj^r . 

(Ad) . 9 &*£>l , ^ , faire attention a, 

to pay attention to, J! 4^1 J veiller a, 

to tafe care o/", Jt ^— . 
pa* singe, monkey, iy . 

I^S&a , o^Sa.a«f ^tdaa , chouette, owl^-i-*. 

\Lstui , xocptvoc, corbeille, iajfe/, iii . 

U9oa , pi. a , lien, Zt'nA:, J»ljj . 

|^>t-iSai> , lat. compendiaria, chemin plus 

direct, shorter way, /»jil JiJ? . 
^oSaa , xu^oc, cube, cai^, ^S j tessere, 

tessera, '* j~£ <• *Aai • d6, die, y>j ', 

pion, pawn, piece, j-ij • mosaiique, 

mosaic, * «~i ' grfilon, hail-stone, >*j ; 

silex, silex, *i\f^> . 
I L<as boucle de cheveux, curl,j*£,y "*L*>-. 
lata , m. et f, cruche, pitcher, jjT ; 

Ibka&o urne, urn, »j*- ', alveole, cell 

(of honeycomb), ^-?jJ£- . 

- \*x>&a potier, potter, <j j_^-Li . 

- ILa^Aoa art du potier, potter's art,\>\^i. 
^oao , etc., XXUXLOV, vase, vase, *bl , 
(ial^s&s , XUxXoOv, sorte d'hymne, 

kind of hymn, -iJliiJI ,y> f y> J entraves, 
fetters, jit . 



315 

*^« , /., xtJXAOS, cercle, company, 
o-i^ ; anneau, ring, *uL- . 

«*^3|)ai , xoupOTCaAanjs, preTet du 
palais, prefect of the palace, i>UI jX. 

Is^'tao y hot., chardon, thistle, viL*. . 

» * \ * * r i 

9&y)as> , pi. i»| } lat. curator, tuteur, 

legal guardian, {S ^ J . 
uoi^ao , lat. cortina, rideau, curtain,^. 
^.joo , b-joo , village..., ». f&-u> . 
Mjao , £00/., grue, crane, y> j . 
Imvoa tronc, trunk, J-U- ; buche, to£, U*- . 
I^jjaa coupe, ck/i, ,jJ€ . 
l^jjaa ? 6o*., marjolaine, .rawf marjoram, 

IbajfOA grand voile, forge veil, ">jS ti. . 

uaoftjjoB Corinthe..., #, n. pr. 
- p.&j;aa , «&., connthien, Corinthian, 
ts'Jj* || ^k»>aa |**^ airain poli, 
polished brass, JjjL^a jii . 

Ujjaa cheville, an&e, ^-^T ; poignet, 

Uj?ob , bot., orties, w#&y, ^lyi . 
k=u>tao gosier, gullet, fjiL. j jabot, 

Itsyoa gargouillement, rumbling, 'J J ; 

gloussement, clucking, iJLU . 
luao cadavre, corpse, «>- . 

Iff * 

|iN* O f> verite, /ra«A, i3Ji>- ; justice, 

jitfft'ce, Juc || |6-.ao, (= a#.) vrai, 
'""jj^-; juste, jjtft, JjU |j ^&» a iLs ; 

it "* v r * * r 

•■•&»a&^9 ; ^t*<to ^i.j vraiment, 

* * * 

truly, iJLiLb . 

- pk*<u> ; - |*ifc*&o vrai, true, <fci>- . 

- bytp^aoej a-^vraiment^ru/^iiJaJ-b. 
ta soie, silk, ji . 

- lua tisseur de soie, silk weaver, _j».iUU . 



~£»0 AU 

ifc et afr , f, pi. ^ rt |[s£i ^ 
chat, caf, JJ . 

1 j£a tourner autour, errer, to turn about, 
wander, J»LL < JU- ; ^i } gtre repandu 
sur, to A<> sprinkled on, J* ^j." • $&.» 
poursuivre, to /wr.rae, ^E ; fouiller, 
scruter, to investigate, search, ■t^- <. , iJ. 

- 1-^a action d'errer autour, wandering 
about, O'jjJ . 

- 3 HJ"°i bouleverser, to m/w/, J^L . 

l&* , >i^ > &>* , etc., XT)Tos, baleine, 



whale, 

^|£o gouverneur, governor, i"U- . 
^oiii^i , xaTau,6vov 5 seul, alone, .A*- j . 

L£^£o , etc., XXTvjyopos, accusateur, 

accuser, illi . 

- |L«J^4« J £>*-4&» , etc., pi. u»' ' 

et jl , XXTTJYOpljC, accusation, 
accusation, ^^Ci j categorie, cate- 
gory, iiJ» . 

" 4 ^&* accuser..., v. ^^o . 

K-^6* , XXTaypa^ifi, acte de cession, 

conveyance, i-l* 1 x-i . 

M^j&o , />/. t*»' ' , xxTaBlxr], condam- 
nation, condemnation, '^jjv- . 

v ai»*^x» , «to., xxraBpops, stade, 
stadium, ^--L ; course rapide, ra/»iW 
coarw, ^^^ j£' J • mil., catapulte, 
catapult, J^^> . 

ILa^s , />/. £&° 3 ILS^o f* [^ j con " 
combre, cucumber, jL»- . 

- U£a» , />/. ILcL^om , champ de 

concombres, field of cucumbers, JJ«»- 

^oiwol^i , XXTr)^oa i a£viov, partie de 
l'eglise reserv^e aux femmes, part of 
the church reserved for women, i-juSC)l ~J 



v£i» — V&js 



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"^»X^ , * , tuer, to kill, Ja ; 
ler, to slay, ~j. j . - 1 "%-§bLI p. 

- £)a^o meurtrier, homicide, murderer, 

homicide, JJtf ; qui fait mourir, 
mortel, deadly, JjIS t C-^ . 

- ILo^a^ meurtre, homicide, murder, 

homicide, oLjl jxi ; soif de sang, 
thirst for blood, fjJI Jt ( _^U . 

- )L-.\.5>« meurtre, murder, Jal . 

II wLa^^A moi tue^ J, At'Un/, J-di lil . 

- U^a meurtre, massacre, murder, 

slaughter, J^ t Ja . 
- 2 ^£x> tuer (plusieurs), to kill {many), 
(^•)Ja j faire mettre a mort, to have 
put to death, &1> yS . - 2, %4oL/ P- 

(**$*) . JJa&° > &., pi. u»", xotIJXt), 

ca/>., cotyle, «#», <>- • 
4 "^fr~ occuper, to occupy, Jii . 

-*^Ml} p. 

- )!-oC^<«<» preoccupe, preoccupied, tijiJ^ 
JUI . 

1 >4^j> j , couper, to cut, jr .- 1 >«^»L/ />. 

l*£o , ?o4* , cendre, ash, jL-j . 

- i.vifra nuee, rfourf, <-*L»* • 

- 1 ^aAa require en cendres, to reduce 
to ashes, jI*j J I Jj»- . 

Lsaopa^a , xxra [X^po?, une partie 
apres 1' autre, piecemeal, jt-\ a«j »J»- . 

^^•O , ', etre trop petit, trop faible, to 
be too small, too weak, i_i«-^i t jis*»iiJlS j 
etre abattu, to 6« caji down,<&\j? ooi- . 

- Lx^oa <?/ ^a peuple, plebe, common 

people, **U 4 >_-»- • 
• 2 »&i» amincir, rendre menu, tenu, to 
wzafc /Atn, small, tenuous, ji j i jTs ; 
aiguiser, to sharpen, j-*»- ; se faire 



mince, to make oneself thin, jJ^r . 
- 2 yAaL/ p- ; £tre fin, to fo thin, jj . 

• |'-5*> petit, 577to//, ^iw» ;• etroit, nar- 
row, J~J> I grele, fin, slender, thin, 
jJj c jJj ; sagace, sagacious , jwt ; 
|6d*£i/. ; subst., pl.\L ' et\bl , par- 
tie, />ari, » J=7- J moment, moment, o\ ; 
beteil, ca«&, v iL - • 

■ klti*£>a ^troitement, tightly, closely, 

ixZj <■ rj*- fJ^- » avec Penetration, 
with acuteness, *a-<uj j avec grand 
soin, accurately, *jIi«j . 

■ ILm.fco dtroitesse, narrowness, *a~J> j 

finesse, fineness, *» j ; gracilis, gra- 
a'toy, ii^ ; sagacite, sagacity, ~»j*~a> % . 

. lja£u&sentier, chemin,/>a<A,Jj J» t J*!^. 

. |Loiig>ft» amoindrissement, lessening, 



m 3 J^s>l rendre tenu, to *Awi, Jo . 

^^'a , «to., xxTacratn?, etat, 
state, ill»- J constitution, institution, 
constitution, institution, »Liil t ^-j^Ij J 
ordre, order, y\ ; calme, calm, »j-U ; 
consecration episcopate, episcopal con- 
secration, 5-jlL-i i.L-> j restaur ation, 
restoration, ^»j . 

> ^^jO , " , couper, to cut, «kii ; rompre, 
to break, jS \ ecraser, to crush, J^ ; 
juger, to judge, j£»- ; rf. o« ^ , impo- 
ser a (un tribut), to impose upon (a tri- 
bute), (<isr) M o*J '■> — intr -> cesser ' 
to cease, ^H>\ . - 1 «x^oL/ p. || C^a 
i^. je suis abattu, / am cast down, 

- yL*§* n. ag. ; interruption, interrup- 

tion, f-LkijI . 

- ILaia^o action de couper, cutting, £*. 



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i£j> ^A 



- ( ■ ► fr o fragment, fragment, iuU j piece 

de monnaie, coin, jjii 4*U . 

- I v fr n action de couper, cutting, JJ ; 

interruption, interruption, f Ikajl . 

- 2 «^g»a amputer, to amputate, (Jj^ic) .Li ; 

interrompre, to interrupt, .JJjl . 
- 8 *£sL/>. ||oj£ fcJ^iL/ etre fati- 
gue, degoute, to be tired, disgusted, 
jl>l t ^ || oilLIjL tl^iLf etre 
decourage, to be downhearted, oi~ 
■4>liJ J] oti**} H^oL/ negliger, to 
neglect, J>l . 

- U&** negligent, neglectful, J^. . 

- ILoC^am 1° negligence, neglect, JLM j 

2° decouragement, discouragement, 
i^L^JI j^*- ; 3° torpeur, tor/>or, 

- (-i-t 40 ablation, ablation, *U ; inter- 

ruption, interruption, fUaljl j negli- 
gence, neglect, JLH j pusillanimite, 
pusillanimity, ijJc^ J^> || [xL; «^u } 
c. ILokgioe 1°, 2°. 

y ^ > " j cueillir, recolter, ramasser, 
to pluck, get in, gather, I t ^ t JaS j 
gagner, obtenir, to £«n, ^ei, JU i ^ j ; 
— znfr., etre depouille de ses fruits 
(arbre), to be stripped of its fruits (tree), 

etre saisi (par la mort), to be struck (by 
death), (o>H) «uL»l . 

- |3i^o qui recolte, vendangeur, gathe- 

ring, vintager, I _. , .«I1 yU- c l _iLlil . 

- k^&X) recolte, vendange, moisson, 

harvest, vintage, jL«p- i ^.'.Jl^- 1 _"-^> . 

- 1&£a* et |ka^a» voile, veil, ^^^- . 
- 2 iA£.j» cueillir, to pluck, ^Jilai ; trou- 

bler, to disturb, jisl . - 2 t&£aLf />. ; 
etre irrite, to if irritated, laj? ; etre 



fatigue, degoute, to is weary, disgus- 
ted, »^f t ^jJlJoji e<a£u»L/ etre 
trouble, irrite, to ta disquieted, irri- 
tated, .kl^l I Lj^il.il . 

- 2 t&g.a>o tres trouble, desespere, r«/- 

less, desperate, ^^j t Jlii . 

-ta*^o|jo^ Lo»» |°>»5''> desesperer, 
to despair, ^Jj . 

- |L<.a.£,o || 1L09 Ln"\.frn desespoir, 

despair, (j-olj . 

- [i[u abattement, despondency, syr- 

i»LiJJI ; anxiete, anxiety, ^ I 111 jUi.il. 

*b.o&4^ , * te -j xxTaipaui^j affirma- 
tion, affirmation, -ti'lj . 

»y ^ , , Iier, to tie, ^j ; conden- 
ser, to condense, 1 _iiT • tisser, entre- 
lacer, to weave, interweave, *iL>- i i]U- j 
composer, faire, preparer, to compose, 
make, prepare, -1*1 4 J»* t ..-Tj ; enga- 
ger (Ie combat), to engage (the fight), 
(JbiJI) lo^l ; ceindre (la couronne), 
to put on (the crown) ,(,_rj*JI ^— j =)j--^ ; 
ooa V, s'abattre sur, to/a# upon, 
Jt tr"JI j — intr., s'epaissir, se figer, 
to grow thick, curdle, JU- t iJulSi 



joindre, to join, 



o^>! 



se 
s'elever, se 



produire, avoir lieu, to arise, occur, 
happen, i>A>- t jL» <-f>j. - 1 ^«Lf/>. 
|| Its/ *^a pleurer, to mo«r7z, ^ 
j| |6a? ^Jjse facher, to £«f angre, Jc- j 
|| ILLcna ^g>» avoir honte, to ie <uAa- 
w««/, J>->- |j l>a^ i^a reunir une 
troupe, to muster up a troop, *>ji .>■ 
j| pa- ^us» nouer une amitie, to form 
a friendship, ^!-L<» dit || Ji^aaa ^Ao 
dresser des embuches, to /aj> jnar«, 
Li I^Jl <_~^J jj |{y ^g,o s'unir, to unite, 
■A* 1 1 ; se concerter, conspirer, to con- 
£«■/, conspire, j»ij i jjLij . 



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- \+l£ a contrainte, violence, necessity, 

constraint, violence, necessity, jL>-l 
i-/j*-j t u^ I pouvoir, power, iLL- J 
adj., coagul£, congel£, coagulated, 
congealed, -Uj£ t i_jI^. . 

- |-.;.^j> violent, violent, (j*-* . 

- frtlj.ftft par necessite, par force, o/" 

necessity, by force, 1—^p . 

- b'£^o ; - |1£*&* , c. U^a . 

- |Lo^x> necessite, necessity, i_~-a* ; 

congelation, congelation, *y>~ . 

- ILajLj.f)" violence, violence, i_~*a* . 

- t^o lien, its, Jit ; l£§« ^/. ; amu- 

lettes, amulets, fi£ ; |L»£>a , pi. 
|^j> e* )[£$» , Hen, te, Xk* ; 
nceud, inoi, SJi* ; articulation, arti- 
culation, J-oa* II |£gj> >->i^A enchan- 
teurs, enchanters, «tfj II Oa^-y li£>ft*» 
sceleratement, villanously, j^i £>-! • 

- |*£a action de lier, tying, -Ait ; 

necessite, violence, necessity, jU-l 
(_~*a* J ar. jLlai , caravane, caravan ; 
|L^x> nceud, Arw/, »-U*- || l^« 
I* -^^t froncement des sourcils, 
knitting of the brows, ^^jm . 

> 2 *£o nouer, to knot, jJm- , - 2 ^j>L/ 
etre lie, to ie tied, -lijol ; etre res- 
serre, raffermi, to be strengthened, 
aLjj t jJLij j adherer, to adhere, (j) jA- . 

-\Lfc> |j Uj ;^i tiare, &«, ^ . 

- li^ao jonction, junction, xJLJ . 

- 3 t£,af nouer, to knot, JJic ; exciter (le 
combat), to excite (the combat), i>»- 
(JliSJl) ; produire (des tenebres), to 
produce (darkness), (ojjlt) io^-i . 



i\ 



V^w *-^^ , XXTYJyopoS, accuser, to 
accuse, ^~i- ; qualifier, to qualify, d^j . 
- 4 i^S&»Lf /». ; etre employe, to be 
used, (*) J*«i~l . 



- li^t&i «/ ^s^«'6° accusateur, accu- 

sing, ills . 

- ILaju^^o accusation, accusation,^ j>^. 

- |^^,oo id. ; calomnie, calumny, '\j^\ . 

- (Lai^^Bci , c. ILal^^i . 
Iao*Qa encensoirs, censers, j>\> . 
la*£>o ou [aj.fcn , io*-, amandier, almond- 
tree, jjU\ '»s? ■ 

\'o'^a ou baj.fco , ra. «* /•, carquois, 



^o^« , etc., X3CTJt££jtXTT]S, ecluse, 
j/nt«, tjlj t S_,T ; marche, degre, 
step, *=tjj . 
■■"--—^5" j %XT<x6s<7l£, deposition, jfe/w- 
sition, oL^i . 
-lL»6v£i XoCTaO^crOai, j| JL.'* faire 
une deposition, to depose, J^i . 

^9&=k»4 , f., pi. U»*^> , XlfiwptOV, 
baldaquin, baldachin, iiii* . 

^|yka , eto., x'lBxplS, mitre, mftre, t-Ij . 

A A * ^ ete, summer, ^1a-^ , 
- |.|y«o d'ete, o/ summer, ^~^> , 
m 2 tg«Io passer l'et£, to ^otj fA« summer, 



ba^*o , XOITWV, chambre a coucher, 
bedroom, p^Jl ii^p . 

- |"v» ()-» chambellan, chamberlain, 

bc^o egout, tfrain, v'-A" • 

|^a hymne, cantique, hymn, canticle, 

- r ^ia , palpel, chanter, to .v:ng,(.i.)Jjj . 
_ Uajoa chant, singing, Jj_/ . 

forgeron, blacksmith, s\j*- ', orfevre, 
goldsmith, AjL» . 
. ILalua forge, /or£«, 5^1o>- . 

, x9)V<yo?, cens, census, »Laj-l . 



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^Q AL*A 



)* m » P , iouji , bois, wood, i_-t^- ; 

piece de bois, piece of wood, S-JLi- j 

poids (= 1 once, 1 ounce, \ SJjO • 

_ paxnJ> petit morceau de bois, bran- 

chette, small piece of wood, branchlet, 

- |4au8 ; - |iaa*a * - )iiwiO de bois, 

wooden, ^^- . 
_ 2 ast*o faire en bois, to make from wood, 
^-r^-o* S* > construire, to build, Jj . 
- 2 tm*aLf devenir rigide, to grow 
rigid, p^2 t i_-L»J . 

- ILnmiftv) crampe, cramp, -rCJ^ . 

|Ua bitume, bitumen, j»- . 

\\Ls> , /i/. i*."', xiQapx, cithare, cithara, 

SjliJ . 

it f * - 

- |Lojk~a musique, music, i j*~*y . 

- ijojtwi, xi8xpft)B6?, cithariste, «7Aa- 

* * f * ^ 

- ILoyoffiuA , art de la cithare, art of 

cithara, JjtiJiJl j» . 
- 4 }bu*o jouer de la cithare, to play the 
cithara, Sjli-Dlj <_>> ; chanter, to 
sing, (-i.) Ji . 

^* , ^.oaj } etre ou devenir 16ger, 
to be or grow light, i_i»- ; diminuer, to 
lessen, (J niJ • manquer, to be wanting, 
cease, jU ; 6tre rapide, to be swift, 9^ . 

- lLiu> outrage, mepris, outrage, contempt, 

- ' !, ^o alleger, to lighten, .Ju»- ; outra- 

ger, mdpriser, to outrage, scorn, jl*l 

- UAa l£ger, /i^Af, JeJ>>- ; petit, Zittk, 

j^> J en petit nombre, _/e«;, JJi ; 
agile, rapide, agile, swift, ^^ t J-lj ; 
d'ouie fine, delicate of ear, j(Jo -r* ji 
'^Ao abs.-cst. m. s. ; adv. [reraplace 



souvent l'adj., often takes the place of 
the adj., CjJI ^ UU J*:] un peu, 
un peu de, a little, ,y JJS c JJi ■ un 
peu de temps, un moment, a little 
while, a moment, Slii- t c-iyl j* JJi 
j| ;oJ»» ^J&aa presque, almost, \~i J& 
[| ^>Ao %u tres souvent, very often, 
oL»-Vl v^^. || ^*^ ♦-•*» en P art ie, 
in part, V>r J peu s'en faut, very 
nearly, JJi V_^ || , *-£a t-6* plus ou 
moins, more or less, »L*_J II <%>Aa |)v^ 
un peu, a little, JJi j au plus tot, as 
soon as possible, cJj vj*^ II ^ia *x 
peu s'en faut, very nearly, JJi V^ J 
avant peu, shortly, JJi L/ 1 II V&> 
^~^o un tout petit peu, a very little, 
T.U- JJi ; peu a peu, little by little, 

- 6ulU&o peu a peu, little by little, fe^i 

hiJii ; rapidement, quickly, *t-j~i ; 
aisdment, easily, *J_h~j ; soudaine- 
ment, suddenly, iou . 

- |L£J^s legeret£, lightness, <i>- ; petite 

quantity, fewness, ili • courte dur£e, 
short time, ZjwJ Zx, j rapiditd, swift- 
ness, 4PJ-" . 

- 3, %if alleger, soulager, to lighten, 
relieve, jp l _ii>- ( ,_JLi>- j ^o , oter a, 
to take away from, ,y f-j J rendre 
rapide, accel^rer, to quicken, accele- 
rate, J>«p i IxJ^r" *A-" l l'emporter 
sur, to get the better of, J* &y£ ; 
, %«k , m^priser, to scorn, y£»-\ . 

_r>^^o } palpel, abattre, d^truire, to 
throwdown, ruin, j»A* t JiL»l ; outra- 
ger, m^priser, to outrage, scorn, uUI 
jj&>-\ . « r, %da^oL/ />. ; etre agile, 
prompt, to be swift, prompt,biJ i .Ju^. 

- Uo^oo outrage, outrage, 4>U1 . 
I&s , pi. \£x> } xiXa8og, corbeille, 

basket, OS . 



oivo — iU> 



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Ml 

I. V^ , frire, griller, to fry, toast, J* 
iS^i ; tuer, kill, ^ . - 1 JioL/ perir, 
to perish, dU» . 

- |b-Ax> ble" grille, roasted corn, Jtj" . 

- 2 iAa frire, to fry, JS j exciter, to 

excite,^- . - 2 iAaL/ />. ; etre tour- 
mente, to be tormented, >— >iJ ; etre 
mecontente^ fache, to Ae displeased, 
angry, Jibil . .1^.1 ; bruler d'ar- 
deur, to be inflamed with ardour, j*r^ • 

- |.\no mecontentement, irritation, 

displeasure, irritation, *^~J& c »L^-I . 
- 3 iAa( frire, to fry, Ji ; ^a. , tour- 
menter, to torment, (.*») v-^ I ^ » 
provoquer, to provoke, <-~J>\i . 

u. ( 1 H«) . I^w^i* m6pris, outrage, scorn, 
outrage, «ijL»l t jliLj-l . 

- 1 u\aL/ etre meprise, to be scorned,^-& . 
- 2 i2ks mepriser, to .wrora, jji=»-. . 

- |.\nr> m^pris, scorn, jULj-I , 

vmZ>«»ILo , c. x»I»««\of , eglises, churches, 

|->No ou ji^.tu> bracelet, bracelet, j\y . 
|^N-« matrice, mould, >_JlJ> 4 fl . 
|j'o.-\n , xspjiJixiptov. oreiller, pillow, 

Ik^a , Iv^oa , efc, ouvrier, workman, 

- |Lo*^a travail, iwori, J^- . 
I^o anneau, ring, i.lj>- . 

.Of^a j XuXlVopQ£, cylindre, cylinder, 

^aLatvLo, \Lza&X>,pL ILiaa^A, XA(i){3l9V. 

cage, cage, ^^ii . 
t«N. a ou jlaija } ffto., xoXojitOVj tunique 
sans manches, sleeveless tunic, ji- *?»- 



liaJ^a anneau, ring, j_jJlJ> . 

t^tOle avare, miser, avaricious, JJc . 

- IL-x^oAa avarice, avarice, j£ . 

- ^\^.a\.[ etre avare, to be niggardly, J* 1 . 
ljo_io et ILioSa sorte de gateau, kind 

of cake, &j&-\ ■> J\^ • 
l&^a ou l&^o , pi. U-a et \t\ ,\o, X3 AAlOV, 
cellule, cell, ii» || oi^Ao i— ja assis- 
tants (de l'eveque), {bishop's) atten- 
dants, (Oljail) _H>1*« . 

- )&-jqiN.\o petite cellule, small cell, 

- pLo habitant de la cellule, cell-dweller, 

iC^o e< '■of , xXsl?, clef, foy, ^bi. ; 

agrafe, clasp, f'j\ . 
Ijaat^o . xXslc ouoxi, gorge, />«U.f, J~a* . 
|«.«,.\n, vase, ^are, »Li! . 

|3<ilvo , y., ent., pou, /oust, *i> J coll., pous, 
/ice, J^ J charancon, weevil, ^y 

e^ 

{yim) . |aL£»o , pi. \^"!^n , etc., xXi k aa, 
climat, zone, clime, zone, iik:* <, JLii • 
terre, clime, ^jl ; region, region, iiU* , 

2 7. 5" 
ifYiV f* louer, celebrer, to praise, cele- 
brate,, (a.) *U«- t r--i* ; approuver, to 
approve, J* J-U» . - 2 tm^aL/ p. 

- ILaioJ^oae louange, praise, r-u . 

- p^ao louange, eloge, praise, eulogy, 

■ | M . .«>'Cft s ^fc,, xoXotrtroc. colosse (de 
Rhodes), colossus (of Rhode), Jlic 

..£.^«-.. n .''i«v frv-1< t siasHqiie... ] v. |..n.i\of. 

^v>!!m^o , xAa<T[xaTa jj ja*. 'ix» de- 
vaster, to /ay waste, (JiIjI . 



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> V^ >, t via ; - yLLa fronde, sling, p^JL.. 

- |k£ua mine, mine, u-u. . 

- |-^&m fronde, sling, 9-^1. , 
- 1 uio chasser, to drive away, s^> , 
- 2 v\a tirer (de la fronde), to sling, 

(fjtflb) Jij . 

- | %\n frondeur, slinger, f-">Ulb jilj . 

- [ *\an boue, mud, J*- j \ motte de 

terre, lump of earth, ,>!» Sj-L. • 
\ \\.a.ti mines, mines, ^r^* . 

| v\o , ar. *»1» , forteresse, fortress . 

» flflV<* , * , ecorcer, peler, to bark, 
peel, (&) jii j oter le revetement, 
to strip off the covering, ujill 9j • 
enlever en raclant, to scrape off, fj 
IjiJL. . - 1 Ai>L/ p. 

- \&2±o feuille (de livre), sheet, leaf, 

*~J&> ; |b£u> , pi. \«i\ a et |& °i\o , 
ecorce, ecaille, pelure, gousse, co- 
quille, balle, bark, scale, rind, pod, 
shell, chaff, «J»^U <. Xf- c ^ii t l±\j*- . 
- 2 0^i, c. l^io. 

- |6> l °t\o dartre, tetter, >\jy . 

- \*i\ °i\» £corces dessech^es, dessi- 

cated barks, iJuuS. jj^i . 

»[i^Nc» j (7xoXo7c£vopa, ent., scolo- 

pendre, scolopendra, J^.j>- . 
x <jiLa faire loucher (les yeux), to make 

{the eyes) squint, (v^) J>»-l . 
|m&oAa , /., ^dXxtojjia, machines de 

siege, siege-engines, jLa>- o^T j re- 

tranchements, entrenchments, ^rijbu • 
^.obo^ } ^dXxotvSog, vitriol, wfrw/,^p. 
lw£a , omith., grue, crane, ^j . 
i m . ftf^o , etc., xsXXaplTT]S 3 cellerier, 

cellarer, ^_yd\ J-fj . 



subsistance, sustenance, fLk . 
(u»^m») . u»oC^J> , /., xW)pO£, clergy 

- l&iiJ^a , pi. ut et o* , xXtlplXOg, 

clerc, ekri, ^jviTl . 

(*») . wtMs , |aeU , etc., XYljiOJ, mu- 
seliere, muzzle, AS" , 

(f*a) . lj**o , etc., XWjitpSos, come- 

dien, comedian, JjL^. Jie . 

* * * » 

- |Lof ahu> , tffc., comedie, comedy, *i^» . 

|f*tto , iau4 , etc., gomme arabique, 
arabic gum, ijj* rs? . 

\~3co farine, flour, Ju? . 

y ^ ft , "*, Her, serrer, to bind, J-l c Ju _>„ 

- l^iiflB contract^, contracted, ^Jtiu j pli6, 

rid6, folded, wrinkled, j^JL. c («_>!»* . 
- l£*u> nde, wrinkle, -liJ ; pli, /oW, 

- |i^'»nn avare, miserly, JJc . 

- l^JaL» , c. Ifr. a ao . 

- 2 ^.ioL/ etre rid6, to 6« wrinkled, 4*£ . 

|^J&x> bandelettes, iondir, aUI . 

(^»i>) . t^^ao , etc., pi. |^u , etc., 
c. ua^Boa , chef..., v. u>a&o , 

uua^ooa ( = u»a£A*u>) , xaaJCTOJ, borne, 
bound, i-..,rti . 

(^s^aaa) . ^a^Mas , «te., /a/, comitatus, 
cortege, cour, retinue, juifejLiU- 1 >-i^. . 

y&*a , i—ft^-iaa , pi. ^iao , XOin/j-TY]?, 
comete, comet, i_oi« *-£j* . 

{^>u») . ^^moa , efc., X0lJJ.T(]T^plOV, 
cimetiere, cemetery, Ij-X, . 

l^w.nao , pi. |6w» , /a^. camisium, che- 



mise, jAiV^, ^j-aJ . 



aia — \*u> 



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moisir, to grow mouldy, Ju- . 

- IboA J - fbtoa • - (booo moisissure, 

mouldiness, mould, X>y& . 

- JJmoo moisi, mouldy, y& . 

■ 3 ^joo] moisir, to grow mouldy, ji* . 

ySvi o , s o|isa^o , «to., /«. / U*i . o , efc., 
Xoi^jajXtov, objet precieux, costly 
object, ii* 1 . 

(x*u>) . fiooo , etc., xipiLVOS, fourneau, 
jtoi/e, -*S>« . 

(vaaa&a) , ug^Moa , etc., XOJ.YJC, chef, 
gouverneur, comte, chief, governor, 
count, cJ>jZ i f^~ ' (j-HHJ • 

(\oaa) . | t.ino amulette, amulet, Hy. . 

l^*nno , XXji^aytOV, sorte de chaussure, 

Aaw/ of footwear, 5jJU-VI J* £> . 
^aiaai , /a/, campus, plaine, />/ain, J^ . 

nwnfravnn j X3Cjjl7Ct6£, courbe, curved, 
\ subst., borne, bound, <_-» aj 



( >a&«) . ILumoo , c. |&,a».»n ? chemise... 

Ua&a sauterelles, locusts, iSj^ . 

Uaoo ceinture, girdle, «k^ ||l*.SA»} l£a&o, 

oi/r., Zodiaque, Zodiac, rjjA\ diii . 
(^o) . ^aioa ou v &i*o , XOlVOVj reunion, 

concile, meeting, council, **j£ c fp^l . 

- ^J&a , pi. |HioA , xotvtov, xoivsToVj 

id. || y*jsi> aada ils conspirerent, they 

conspired, \j_yXi, 
|Ip , /., nid, nest, J* . 
- l ^» , ^ooj } nicher, to nestle, J^ic- . 
- 3 ^»/ wf. ; inculquer, to inculcate, J>-j! 

(j»-UI J) • 

(Ma) . H'Jai , /,/. l^lJai , / ILli'ai , pi. 
ILpaa , xuavso?, bleu fonce, oVa?/* 
W««, jTIj Jjjl j sombre, rfari, fli . 

- * tlo devenir noir, to grow black, j^-I . 
- 2 v |ZIoao noires, 6/acA; (/. pi.), .Ij^- . 
- 3 tfx.LLf , c. itf* . 



I-U3 acquerir, to acquire, ^i\ j rece- 
voir, to receive, JLJ J posseder, avoir, 
to possess, have, [*J ulS* = ] < ,iiL . 

- |>aia possesseur, possessor, ^fJIL . 

- |ix> , ^i» , p.p. ; p. a. : acquerant... 

- ILo~ia possession, possession, »L3l . 

-Uvo || |Lo.ai9 (lia trophee de la vic- 
toire, trophy of victory, j^di\ k*^j- . 

- \ilu» possession, possession, »Lal j trou- 

peau, herd, «^J ; b£te de somme, 
beast of burden, *)(.» ; pouvoir, po- 
wer, »jAs . 

- Iftuia troupe, /roo/>, 5c-l,>- j |^**.in ^/. ; 

idoles (feminines), (female) idols, 
(LTLJ) |»L*»! . 

■ 2 ui« , 2 d., procurer a, to procure to, 
Ja*\ . - 2 i*J«Lf acquerir, to acquire, 

- (Ho possesseur, possessor, liUL. . 

- |La*io possession, possession, .Lai j 

maniere d'etre, condition, dtat, 
manner of being, condition, state, JU- 
oLi ; pouvoir, power, »j^s . 

_ ILniiiofKw possession, possession, »Ui5l . 

- 3 l»ix»J procurer, donner, to procure, 

give, Jat\ i JUI . 

' »» 

im» amour, zele, /ope, zeal, ~'j& t ^- ; 

Emulation, emulation, (jJLJ ; envie, 
envy, J—*- ; haine, Aate, ^jJw . 

(aia) . 3 wsjloJ dresser des embuches, 
to /ay snares, Jj15C t^-^iJ j faire une 
incursion, to make a raid, I j£ j "^». } 
assieger, to besiege, j*e\*- . 

- |auM eclaireur, espion, scout, spy, 

^-L-*- t ijLlT ; embuches, ambush, 
■*j15^ j incursion, incursion, j£ . 



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itO 



iitut , ^/. u»' ; , «fc., xctvo^Xa, lampe, 
chandelle, torche, lamp, candle, torch, 

XtvoUVo?, danger, danger, Ja>- . 

- ^.jo^ua el )a)o«j&o dangereux, dange- 

rous, Ja±- . 

. |4JoCi^o , etc., xivouvsucrai || ' *> 
*»*. €tre en danger, to be in danger, 

^.aaia , XOlVopiOVj monastere, monas- 
tery, jj> . 

- llaoijo c£nobite, cenobite, <-**\j . 

i .0 * 

A^O O 1 P £tre, substance, essence, being, 

substance, essence, 5-*L» ; j*y- t ^lT J 
personne, person, l y*& • hypostase, 
hypostasis |*>il ; corps, body, X-*- ; 
figure, figure, • j_j~» _ 4^"- i->»«ao moi- 
meme, / myself, Jli Ul , etc. || oooolo 
ou oooojaa en lui-meme, en soi, in 
himself, 4JIJL j par lui-meme, 07 
himself, «Jli j* J en personne, lui- 
meme, £n person, himself, * kj t L-ajc* . 

- |*moio propre, proper, ^j^ai- . 

- k»lao«-Lo essentiellement, essentially, 

\j*j*r j| k*|x&io oot lui-meme, 
himself, -olJu _yb . 

- (Lojoaio essence, essence, j*j*- . 

* rf* * 

- ILa.wnio personnalit£, personality, 

*~*£ . 

[>eua , efc., ^/. lauaojo , xavwv, regie, 
canon, type, rule, canon, type, »Az\j 
Jli. t Ojl\i j regie de vie, r«/e q/" /i/e, 
(•UiJ j clerge" re"gulier, regular clergy, 
ijjj\i u'j&\ j tribut, tribute, ij»- ; 
peine, sanction, penalty, sanction, <-j\jtc 
' I _}»- ; sorte d'hymne, AiW 0/ hymn, 



- \L1a10 regulier, regular, J_>Jl» . 

- b^baxo regulierement, regularly, LJ^tf . 

- |L&~jai« regularity regularity, SJ^Jli . 

- \auo ^tablir, prescrire, to institute, 

prescribe, ^ J> t flil . - 4 y iiiLf ^. 
^-oito , XXVllxiav, besacc, wallet, ^/- . 

y^^ , ',^,0, craindrc, avoir 
pcur de, to fear, be afraid ofjtls- 

-l£ii crainte, /ear, vJ»>- ; danger, 
danger, JaJ- . 

-^^J -■'^jloL' , ^0, c. i^ij* . 

- l£-u> craignant,y«iri7i<j, cJu'U- ; crain- 

tif, timide, fearful, timid, u Li^ t 9 J* . 

_ &«[fr.in par peur, oa< of fear, t»_^ ; 
avec peur, fearfully, dj£- . 

- |La(^>.io timiditd, timidity, »L>- . 
- 3 ^u>/ effrayer, to frighten, J»j±- , 

I^u^jo , x£vtrr)[i.a ) point, /wi/rt, <Jai j 
moment, moment, cJj c i^c* . 

|j t « 6 >i o oa lt-^ii , xsVTY]vaptov, poids, 
quintal, hundredweight, jLkJ . 

bo^goA , etc., XSVTUplwVj centurion, cen- 
turion, iSXj? ii* ^jli . 

.—oSo^ii , xuvavQpwjJO?, d^mon noc- 
turne, nocturnal demon, JJ jlk-i . 

\+±a y \ia , pi. \—*ta , ^-xo , roseau, 
reed, L-ai ; chaume, tige, haulm, stalk, 
i3L 1 jjiJ j bras, avant-bras, arm, 
forearm, JcL- t p[)J J X«V(6v, Zong., 
(=6 brasses, 6 fathoms, 9Jfi\ ^) . 

\kixt , pi. >mVif> , XOY/Y), arcA., abside, 
autel, apsis, altar, ^jJL t ^jj*- • 

1" r . 1" * t" * ■ 

- |.iio «/ ^iao , - p^joa sacnstain, 

sacristan, cJilxi . 
DoALo , xoy^uXloVj pourpre, purple-red, 



t^a — aia 



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^aiAiA } min., opale, opal, J>\ jjc . 
yoxa) . pojoo, .ftuxii.n, v <ue^oojaa , etc., 
xtvvajiwpLOVj bot., cinname, cinnamon, 

1 ' " , xxvidXioVj corbillon, small basket, 



i. (*ia) . |Jooa ( = ll^joa) bleu fonc<f, 
deep blue, jTli jjjl ; |k_uao taches 
sombres, dark spots, « 15 «i . 

- * *ia J - 3 «mo( palir, to /bhj ^o&, jUo 

Lar . 

n. (*u>) . |^j&a , ar. f U , voile, veil. 

- Ia&iom , ar. «JL. , long voile, fon£ veil. 
•> 8 hoa{ vetir du long voile, to clothe in 

the long veil, vJill •* — 01 , 
(Ate <rf (4ia , Xavvsi(3is, io/., chanvre, 

hemp, «_-!* . 
v «&ia , c. v aAua , plaine... 

^tia , lot. consul, consul, consul, J^oXi . 

(iolo) LB»aaJao , /»/. o* ' , XOVWCQ? ; 

- l*a*jao philosophe cynique, c_)«k 

philosopher, l5 JS' Jj^JLi . 
Uoja , eto., pi. u» , /at. concetti, grillage, 

grille, <«//«, grating, OL-ii j* j»-' J - 

- I^aia , xacyxsXXapio?, chancelier, 

chancellor, <U-'I JiiU- . 
*^ojx> chanter..., v. |&i»© . 
hs»»iA , etc., xavaXif]?, canaux, channels, 

(u*a) . uiuto , x6(7<70l>£, soufflets, 
j/a^j on ite face, oLmLc , 

- |«j>i«niio || v^i. &o donner un souf- 

flet, to box ears, «i-» . 
ICboa , «fc., 1° casque, helmet, !J^»- ; 
2° azur (du ciel), azure {of the 
sky), Sij j . 
-^JL\a, xxctcioiov, ta\ 7°. 
1**ma malade de la peau, ifa'n diseased, 
SfiJI JJp. 



|La«u> «/ |LoMk*A sorte de bois precieux, 
Aria 1 of precious wof>d,&Ji\<~JJ-\ ,j*?y . 

I^u , /., 5&TT7)?, vase, ww<?, .Ul ; ca/>., 
setier, /)i'n/, ia-J . 

[i^ao , etc., KOtXTTtooiiX, garde, guard, 
o'J" || -°* 1^** supplice, torture, JlSi . 

I^io^jd* , /a/, qutestionarius, bourreau, 
tortionnaire, torturer, i_^iw . 

^A^oa , etc., lat. quaestor, questeur, quas- 
tor, 5JU1 J-Tj . 

- t^sa« } rfe., changeur, money-changer, 

- \lj.fo,u,fc art du banquier, banker's 

art, ~*s\j*0 . 

I^as , etc., f, pi. «*» r ', xa<JTp0V } place 
forte, fortified place, ^u~ ; bourg, 
market-town, 4wJ . 

Imo^mo , xaOTpcopx, iconostase, tco- 
nostasis, t^aII <Jj>[p ; temple, temple, 

>m.«i. rf)n»o , xxaTp^cto?, intendant 
du palais, palace steward, j^aii\ J-Tj . 
, etc., /)/. |Lmo , bot., casse, «wta, 



» r 



4 va^oau> , notjjjios, orner, to adorn,J>j^-j ; 

XOltrap, c^sar, caesar, j^aJ J refuge, 

lip 

Km* crier, to cry ou/, rj*> \ proclamer, 

to proclaim, \ ^jU ; ta , sonner de, 

to jounrf (fr.), j Ji ; retentir, to wwuf 

(intr.), CjL* . m l x*xall p. ; etre accla- 

md, to fa acclaimed, 4) ^j . 

-I&io , />/. |&!u» , cri, ay, ^, ; 

acclamation, acclamation, »l».> - son, 

sound, dj^i . 

- s um| faire crier, to make cry out,i-j^>\. 



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\Ao 



*»*a ou 1 »*o , } plier (les genoux), to 
bend {the knees), li»- j se prosterner, 
to prostrate oneself, U»-L> ^>- . 

- |»-vo genuflexion, kneeling, fj$j 

| j ot*xo i-»abht membres de son 
conseil, members of his council, »Litl 
<JLf . 
- 3 ^a; fldchir (les genoux), to bend {the 
knees), li»- . 
(b.'wxo ruban, ribbon, luj i lu^i ' s cise- 
lures, chasings, ^y^ . 

- IUam baton, houlette, jfw£, crook, 

^\J\ \-*t- t Lac . 

lUxci cicatrice, jcar, ioj • cupule (du 
gland), cupule (of a corn), (iU^LJI) J . 

1 r 
t£L0 ? tSooj , se figer, to congeal, -U^ ; 

se contracter, to shrink, ^JtJij^ ; s'in- 

cliner, to fiow cfoum, J^l ; couvrir, to 

- I^i^n qui couvre, covering, Jai. . 

- p»a» barre a porter, carrying pole, ikp j 

civiere, iter, J*^ ; chaton de bague, 
bezel, *i J |fi>3aa sacoche, bourse, 
satchel, purse, l _ r iS' t -r^- , 

- ^doa porteur, earner, J.U- . 

- Ldo&o , ornith., chouette, owl, ^x^ . 
- 2 i&&j» couver, to brood on, ,y*>- j 

faire eclore, to hatch, fj\ . 

1 \2& 1° entasser, to heap, {jf ; 2° ra- 
masser, to gather up, **• • 3° conduire 
au port, to An'ng to port, \ij.\ Jl ^U J 
— intr., p. 3° ; aborder, to land, J j-" 
( y J I) J prendre gite, to foige (tnfr.)) 

_ ^3oa J - ^Aa amas, nam, <u_p . 
1 y«&A , , se contracter, to shrink, ^a^ . 
- 1 ( AaL/ u/. ; s'erirouler, to ro// up, 



- 3 v&cJ faire se rider, to wrinkle (tr.), 

- I^da t /,, herisson, hedgehog, -U3 . 
ya&s , efc., c. taSp , camphre... 






1° frapper, battre, to Jlrffe, 
i c «iS c ^uii j 2° affliger, 
to a#fte<, iJu-T • 3° confondre, faire 
honte a, to confound, shame, tSj>-\ 
(jj) J**- . - 1 c«AaLf />. 
■ s u»a« , c. 1 m^r> 1° ; opprimer, to 
oppress, Jc _jl»- j d^truire, to destroy, 
(<i.) uj>- j punir, to punish, ^^a^eXi J 
r6primer, empecher, to repress, pre- 
vent, wij; reprimander, to ra/iri- 
maia/, (A.) <_Jl . - 2 i*L&iL/ p. ; r. 
_ (jlaos coup, soufflet, buffet, slap, vir* 
Jyi l insulte, insult, <*~Z ', coups, 
mauvais traitement, buffets, ill usage, 
■L-*li iLljL. c CjL ^^ j punition, ^u- 
nishment, ^^Uai ; repression, repres- 
jion, >J ; reproches, re/iroac/wjjCjLjljj 
refutation, refutation, Lf ar- j , 

l*a« nuque, na/>e (of fA* neck) , US . 
itAo , xxxiOyj, ca/>., cafiz (= 48 bois- 
seaux), ctj^z (= 48 bushels), j»& 

^*»»0 , * , devoiler, mettre a nu, to 
unveil, lay bare, _^tl t ^Ji-lS' j enlever, to 
take away, vjj chasser, to <ftw, j ^t j 
? concevoir en esprit, to form in the 
mind, JJc ; — intr., se dissiper, to 4c 
dispelled, J*: I ; partir, to Jter/, jilail . 
- 1 ^ix»Lf p. 

- 6-U*aa j | ' &a j) sans voile, without 

veil, <-jI«- ^j . 

- u&a intdrieur, secret, arcane, inner 

Part, secret, mystery, j~ i J> 4 J»-b ; 



— \.t>« 



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machination, embuches, machina- 
tion, ambush, AjISC t IL^o . 

- Ild&o , f, serrure, verrou, lock, bolt, 

c*s* ' J** • 

- Il&a depart, departure, *_>Ui . 

- f|«N-»«> initio, initiate, *ik. * novateur, 

innovator, £-L~« . 

jl&a } /., caravane, caravan, iiitf . 

U«2i^ , etc., xa7UY]Xo£, cabaretier, 

tavern-keeper, jU- . 
_ |X.»» de marchand, q/" merchant, 
(jj\j£ ', trompeur, deceitful, pj-^ . 

- bxlL&a faussement, falsely, LAT J 

trompensement, deceitfully, p-lAJc . 

- |Lsl&o , etc., profession d'aubergiste, 

tavern-keeping, <5xi jvXi • trafic, 
barter, »j>r^ ', adulteration, adul- 
terating, a Li I . 
- v «l^LS|i , xawY)Xe"rov |[ ' [a 6^s 
auberge, inn, Jxj . 

- |^i£J>|i , xx^TjXsOiiai || *a». '£ 

trafiquer, to trade, j>-\j . 
m 2 <^ik» faire du commerce, to traffic, 

l^&a . JtscpaXi?, chapiteau, capital (of 
column), iff- t-Ij . 

- ^olia* , *fc., pi. Iu±j> , U*-» , etc., 

JtstpxXaTov, chapitre (de livre), 
chapter (of book), (v^ J*) J-^ j 
sommaire, summary, j^z£- j la ma- 
jeure partie, tfo greater part, <-J»JI 
jf VI . 
-)4&Aa clou, nai/, jl<— . 

1 ^ 

ifYY°>^> } " ? contracter, to shrink, iJ aj ; 

rassembler, to gather, **- ; contenir, 

to contain, l y^aH ; raccourcir, to shorten, 

(**) j~e* \ retirer, supprimer, to draw 



back, suppress, fj c JtJS ; rengainer, 
to sheathe, -U^l • rejetpr, to reject, foj j 
reprimer, retenir, to repress, restrain, 
tij> i J; emousser, to dull, JTl j 
— tnfr., se contracter, to shrink (intr.), 
^^i-ljl J etre raccourci, to be shortened, 
j^ojj I se retirer, cesser, to withdraw, 
cease, JLi t i_-*—j'1 . . 1 uaAx>L^ ^. ; r. 
_ ^sbt&o court, 5/wri, ^rwJ . 

- ILaMAdLO fermeture, lock, jl£ ; com- 

pression, contraction, compression, 
contraction, ^Liil c ^a»- ; brievete, 
briefness, jljfl || ILam.ftoa en resu- 
me, in brief, jUa^*-"^ . 

- I^kdoo jarret, jambe, ham, leg, ^^X* 

JL- . 

- [adui ecluse, dam, A- . 

-|a&o grenier, granary, ^j* || k-a 
lm£A trf. 

- l.mnfto spasme ? spasm, ^~3 . 

- |~»»»« jarret, nam, Jult . 
m *m&B contracter, to shrink, ^aS \ 

rassembler, to gather, **■ \ empe- 
cher, to hinder, <* J retirer, to draw 
back, t_-jtf . - 2 ua£jsLf p. ; etre sup- 
prime, to be suppressed, ii— ijl J se 
soustraire, to £«f away, >_j«-Jl . 
.Stomal abolir, to abolish, ^ . 

1«b£j> cage, cage, {J *Ji J corbeille, fias£rf,5L<. 
|£&o *f Ipfti ( = IJSas ) poix... 
. 2 j^ enduire de poix, to coat u>t7A 
pitch, C-ij . 
vAa , bot., capre, caper, jf . 

1 r 
*-0 9 ioaj ;t tai , tondre, to shear, j~ 

^ j raser, couper, to c/i^, cu^, jL- 

«la» ; fixer, stipuler, promettre, to settle, 

stipulate, promise, de- j t J»jJil c iU»- ; 



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^». , imposer (une amende) a, to 
impose {a fine) to, J* (i.l>) ^ij ; »I , 
convenir avec, to agree with, ** Jill ; 
^ , se reconcilier avec, to be reconciled 
with, *» »JUaJ ; >fc. , pardonner a, to 
forgive, J jii. . - l « loL/^. ; etre attri- 
bue, to fo attributed, (<") <_-J t ( _ j UpI . 

-Uo« lili , et f |L*i , fin^ terme, 



enrf, /imif, ^^ i >J || ^ «/ i\" 



o v » rf L 



■J° U" 



cause de, on account of, 

* • 

- n *o pacte, pact, ±&c- \ salaire, salary, 

»j*-\ ; interet, interest, Jjjj , 
-IjOfcO pacte, pact, -Uc . 

- a j U couper, to «rf, ^ ; tondre, to 

- a l Jail attribuer, to owt^n, ^ i v_.,..j ; 
tenir compte de, to tafo into account, 
<-— »- ; s'entendre, to fo agreed, Jijl . 
- 3 j*Uf etre destine, to Ae destined, 

- r ,J*$* > palpel, trancher, to cut off, |»4»- . 

1, 9 
'r° rompre (le pain), to Area* [bread), 

(>J-!) ^_r ; consacrer, celebrer le 

Saint Sacrifice, to consecrate, celebrate 

the Holy Sacrifice, 5*»-jJJL) fU t Lk*\ ^oJ 

5 — till . - x u^A.\ p. 

- Uyo , ^/. (-• fO j morceau, morsel, i»L» . 

- Ugo fraction, breaking, jS • c. le prec. 

- |L&a morceau, morsel, **U j pain a 

consacrer, &r«fc/ to fo consecrated, ys- 
(j-jJidl ; Sainte Eucharistie, i/o/y 
Eucharist, ^XL, o\>ji . 

Pjo boucher, butcher, /»U- . 

l C 
Pr^ , , pratiquer la divination, to 
practise divination, j«So . 



- |mojo , _ /. |&Mojo et |b^oo«A , £/. 

I&I1 ' — devin, diviner, j*lT . 

- ILomoco divination, divination, iiL^T ; 

magie, magic, j j ; oracle, presage, 
oracle, presage, JU t UV! vW • 

- po&a «/. ; sort, 1 tol, j-ii . 






-**♦« ; - 2 »j»L; , c. 



- po*A devin, diviner, ijl^c . 

1 J" 
"® r® , " , etre irrite, indigne, to be 

irritated, indignant, »li-l c J»l£l j ia 

prendre mal, critiquer, to foie amiss, 

criticize, Xb'l t ^ j j gourmander, to 

rebuke, (*i») i_-jl j ^0 , craindre, to 

./wr, >J»U ; souffrir, to jh^t, jb . 

■ 1 i3*oL/ etre malade, to i« sick, ^yty, . 

- ^j* afflige, triste, to A« afflicted, sad, 

- 2 i3l*L/ etre indigne, to A« indignant, 
Jil=*l ; etre afflige, to 4« a^Kcterf, 

v *bTI . 

cesar... 



|j .a foulon, fuller, jUJ . 

I Jjo paille, balle, straw, husk, S^J « ,jj . 

|> *o , ar. ^^-J , forteresse, fortress, j~o>- . 

\La , omith., pelican, pelican, «*: . 

|ao» , Tcaxxapi], marmite, pot, j-ii . 

p^&o perdrix, partridge, Jm» . 

>*»i»f«M , xaxVjOi) J, maligne (tumeur), 
malignant {tumour), (r]j*-) J>« . 

I&ao , sto., fumier, </«ng, iL> . 

(lao , «te., charrue, plough, il^ . 

«aiia© , etc., pi. oZtJ* , xijxvos, ornith., 
cygne, swan, Jl^ j_,i . 

(a ( = \11& ) lecture,.., i». J |(o , 



U* — ;* 



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1 , y 
\& , <aj , qqf. ~<r*\i , etre ou devenir 

froid, to be or become cold, *j\ d61i- 

rer, to be delirious, ^jA* j jo, ne pas 

s'occuper de, not to attend to, j ^1 U . 

- \Ute froid (adj.), cold (adj.), jjU ; 

paresseux, lazy, j"A-T ; |$«*a pi. ; 
eau froide, cold water, ijU »L . 

-|Lo;-& ; -IU* , pi. |L^> , froid 

(subst.), coW (subst.), iy . 

- I9&0 , rf f. ILt&a , «/. II (~oy LJaa 

joie, jiy>, ^> . 

- Imaa rhume, coW, JU-.. 

- 8 ;i{ rendre froid, to cool (tr.), (=*) *jr . 
- r $j&0 , paw' el, id. - r jjaAL//>. 

1. 1%^ crier, to cry, rj* J chanter 
(coq), to crow (cock), (li^) rL-» J 
sonner (intr.), to sound (intr.), ^jj ; 
o , sonner de, to sound, Jm 1 3j> ; 
annoncer, to annouce, ^-\ J appeler, 
to call,<£*\j l designer, to designate, ^J 
invoquer, to invoke, ^H^-' j inviter, to 
invite, rjr- J causer, provoquer, to 
cause, provoke, i_^- ; lire, to read, l_y» ; 
rdciter, to recite, rf ; 6tudier, to study, 
^fj* ; ^« , s'instruire aupres de, to 
learn from, •>£*■ J<u& . -^toL/ p. ', 
sonner, to sound, j:> | | |*2i* |£a saluer, 
to salute, Jc (A.) JL . 

- 1*0*0 n. ag. ; lecteur, reader, \sj>\i \ 

|klojj> , /. ; proclamation, procla- 
mation, jLjii . 

- |L&*o;a action de nommer, naming, 



; appel, exclamation, ca//, 

exclamation, i_ilx* t »IaJ ; office de 

lecteur, office of reader, \sj\j!\ <-.*'■• . 

- £.;*> appel, ca/f, »lui j invocation, 

invocation, ly* ' chant (du coq), 



cockcrow, (tiL-iJl) ,-Lu» j lecture, 
reading, U\J ; fieri ture Sainte, //o/y 
Scripture, ^Aall i^bSOl ; chapitre, 
chapter, J^ai ; dtude, Jtorfy, ^jj ; 
science, science, »lc . 

- \*ia cri, cry, jrj^ ; \L*ixi cri, excla- 

mation, cry, exclamation, cil^* t j-iy-o ; 
appel, invocation, call, invocation, 
»lti t *\jj • nomination, nomination, 
jjjJ j invitation, invitation, lya ; 
recitation, recitation, <;,....* ; lecture, 
reading, l*\J • chant (du coq), (wcA) 
crow, (ciijAll) J_-» ; son (des trom- 
pettes), braying (of trumpets), dj^> 

-\i*» || U^»L |;om chant du coq, 

cockcrow, liL-lJI f-L-» . 

- ILoWatao appel, call, »Uj> . 

- 3 i*^x>; faire annoncer, to make announce, 
ji«i *1»- ; faire lire, to have (it) read, 
lyl ; enseigner, to teach, (.«»*) Ae- . 

- iLi&aa maitre de lecture, reading 

master, •»!/ ib-l . 

- |Lr>i.;ftv> enseignement, teaching, JLo . 

n. 1 |ta venir au devant de, to come to 
meet, Jl Adil j envahir, to invade, Ji^l . 
- 1 b>voL{ s'opposer, resister, to oppose, 
resist, ^ jli t ^ jl* || |fi^ L^o cause 
il y eut, cause there was, ._^ olS' ; 
falloir, to oe necessary, ^j . 

- }*lo ; - |Lys lutte, wrestling, JL'i . 

- U^-o querelleur, quarrelsome, ~-a^ . 

- k*U»»-o avec entetement, stubbornly, 

- |Lo^*^> opposition, opposition, L^jL. . 

|^a village..., z>. |6-t© . 
||^ courge, pumpkin, £^5 . 



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1 -n 



, } t } (.(&., £«• , approcher 
de, etre pres de, aller chez ou vers, 
to approach to, be near, go to the house 



of or towards,^ 



l_-*J (. ^yt <_Jj3 L Jj* <_. >_^J| 



^ , is , toucher, to touch, ^-1 ; xL , 
combattre, to fight, <^>jl»- j ^£ , com- 
battre pour, to fight for, J*-l j-vjI»- ■ 

- M»°;o commumant, communicant, Jjb-. 
-Lay&a 1° proximity, nearness, uy • 

2° <wfo., environ, presque, aiouf, 
almost, Lyu || Lijai^. #. 2°. 

- Jia*to offrande, offering, 1*jj& j sacri- 

fice, Saint Sacrifice, Sainte Eucha- 
ristie, sacrifice, Holy Sacrifice, Holy 
Eucharist, ol>Ji t L*jjl. *>*?>'* ' 5»«-jS 
^--lL. J] Lia^ae &»a salle du tresor, 
treasury room, j>-X. . 

- butlia^&o en don, as a gift, L*^. . 

- Lata guerre, combat, war, fight, 

JUS t yj>- , 

-Li&a;a combattant, fighter, JJli. ; 
guerrier, warrior, <_^j 
irazv, pLf" . 

- ILajfivaio ardeur guerriere, warlike 

strength, il^L . 

- )<ool.o attaque, attack, /»_>>»* * accu- 

sation, accusation,^j£Li. • altercation, 
altercation, Sj»-U- ; offrande, o#>- 

- 2 i=^ faire approcher, to nwfc <#- 
/waeA, (a.) <_^ j amener, to bring, 
i ii' ; offrir, presenter, to (j^fcr, ^r<?- 
sent, (Jl.) {Ji t (a-) tpl ; faire un 
sacrifice, to perform a sacrifice, f\» 
*»*ji ; celdbrer le Saint Sacrifice, 
to celebrate the Holy Sacrifice, i-^-iJ U *l» 
«-tfll . -*ta£oL{ A ; % , appro- 
cher de, to approach, j. <_j J5I • se 
marier, to £«* married, ~j J ', rece- 



j^ J brave, 



,;* at* 

^ 

voir la Sainte Eucharistie, to receive 
the Holy Eucharist, ^aiU OU^JiJIJjbJ' 
se preparer, to jrf ready, L^ . 

- |L«3*aM ; - ILftia^eM oblation, obla- 
tion, itAJu . 

- \a**o proche, prochain (adj. et subst.), 
near, neighbour, oT t ^_J • present, 
present, jj>\*~ ; parent, kinsman, 
Vi-J ] enclin, enclined, JJL. . 

- t>l\L>Zs> prochainement, shortly, L>J . 

n* * f - i 

- ILaa-jjj acces, access, J^>jj ; proxi- 

mity, nearness, <~>J j parent^, jfcrn- 
jAi>, <AJ ; presence, presence, jjJo- 
|j j |La^t»j» presque, almost, »U j . 

- Mao acces, access, J~»>* ; offrande, 

<#mn£, i-oil ; Sainte Eucharistie, 
sainte messe, Holy Eucharist, haly 
mass, *J>\ **^>* ' i/"-*** <jL>^» . 
-^u>C^o offert, o#W, ^ai. [J 'i fi 
inaccessible, inaccessible, «JI J^ V . 

- ILoA*;ik»o approche, approach, u^i' . 

- a^J , o , faire la guerre a, com- 
battre, to tnafe war to, fight, ujU 
Jj"1> . - 3 iȣoLLf etre attaqu6, to ie 
attacked, fry* • 

- Ua^» assaillant, attacker, j>-lf. . 

- |L<ua;&jo belligerance, belligerence, 

j!J»»to , xappcovtaj charbon, coa/, ^i . 

^£o , />/. |1^$« , xaoajSiov, cargo, 
cargo -boat, ^Li; i-jL- . 

^"»« vetements de fin lin, fine linen 
clothes, jJj jliT,j» ^ >J1 . 

|)^» ricin, castor -oil plant, fjjf- . 

^->(* forgeron, blacksmith, jIa^ . 

- | La.) (a forgeage, forging, ijIju* . 
Uy^s , m. rf /., xaXSapiov, marmite, 



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}aola , xapO'J/a, char, chariot, ~*iy- . 
\toi-a , xopt&vt], ornitk., corneille, crow, Hj . 
ut^ao^ , etc., xpUGTaXXo?, cristal, 

crystal, jjb . 
|Ia»ovA , xpoffffOl, (ranges, fringes, i_jIoaI . 
^•9&ao*o , xpoxwoifjc, jaune safran, 

saffron-coloured, 0|yicjJlT _/*"■»' • 
|*o ?« , ar. J^jJ , piastres, piastres. 
|Lo;a , etc., xnjpos, cire, wax, J~c .r- . 

l ^ 
i. s»*V^ , , devenir chauve, to become 

bald, mLe , 

- I&I4.9&A calvitie, baldness, A~*> . 

- ^.^o chauve, bald, *L»I ; tachet6, 

spotted, «JL> . 

- |La~*o calvitie, baldness, aL> . 
- 3 i-£o/ , c. 1 i-£o . 

V. 1 <—vi» , , montrer, to show, j£\ ; 
intr. ( ?_/«<. T ) devenir connu, to become 
famous, jr J'\ \ s'etendre (gloire), to 
spread (glory), (a*) ^£l . 

- l^>*a clair, manifeste, clear, manifest, 
Jr ' £*!j J celebre, famous, j^> ; 
jram., prononce, pronounced, JijiL. . 

- 3 w^af expliquer, to explain, rji. . 
- 3 i-^aLL[ devenir manifeste, to 
become manifest, if^> . 

l~»a temp£te, tempest, iojj . 

1 • ^ 
fc*"° , * , ronger, to j-hooi, >^ . 

- |6^,» &a morceau de chair, fo'f of flesh, 

- 2 »^;o ronger, to £nao>, ^Jt . 
l4^a , mon,,poids, quart (division dusicle), 

l££a et l^lJt , xspdcTlOV, &>*., silique, 
siliqua, *J*r~ • 



IwifcyO petite piece de monnaie, small 

COin, »j>^> ijli iJa* . 

£4,** , /., xapTaXXo?, corbeille, bas- 
ket, 7L, . 

**$,& couper, to cut, JJ . 

(«^) . 1^4^ , etc., X^""]?, papier, 
paper, 5jj J feuille, sheet, ^Ik^i . 



CSt. &*vjO *f bufaA 



abs. 



Ufasi et Iv0 , />/. ^$aa «/ uli^u , 
village, village, Sj ^i J ville, place forte, 
. town, jj^a»- 1 ij.u ; champ, campagne, 
jfeW, fields, i_iu j t Ji»- j possession, 
possession, diL || li*,» k*}»a petite 
ville, /tttfe torn, !>w» ij-i. . 

- (li^oA de la campagne, rustique, 

country {adj.), rustic, jjj t J5»- . 

- |Lo~joo vie rustique, rusticity, rustic 

life, rusticity, V^J ' *iJj* *^r*- • 

i. |b>**i> , afa. i*i-o , poutre, beam, <o jL- . 

H. |&*v0 , «"<•> charancpn, weevil, -r,^^^; 
tortue, tortoise, SUjJL- . 

wo»<^ , xapioO£, ecrevisse de mer, 

lobster scorpion, {$_?■ *\jt . 
l*&*ie , XTjplcov, cierge, wax candle, *tr . 
im*4>ia , xptT-^s, juge, judge, ^li . 

*»»a , ar. (j^j^i , aliment acide, acid 

aliment, u ^*\*- (»l«l» . 
l!vS(A , rfc., xxpXK]B6vio?j min., calc£- 

doine, chalcedony, olr ^»- . 
Ima%.o , c. I^kovo i , grand vautour... 

i y 

JO*^ , t 2d., recouvrir de, to overlay 
with, t (a») ^^ap ; incruster de, to 
incrust with, i {jJ) ^i- . - 1 ^^>L/ p. 

- pofO revetement, facing, ,j^)j \ cou- 

verture, covering, »Uae j membrane, 
membrane, *\Jii- . 



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- J»;am enveloppe (du cceur), envelope 
(of the heart), (^JLUl) .Li* . 

- 2 >o& dtendre, to overspread, it-j ; 
vfctir, to clothe, ^-Jl . 

I^Mvo «/ |L^o^> brique, brick, J^T ; 
tuile, /J/«, x^J . 

Imxla rf l^fio^M^A cruche, pitcher, *y~j . 

Leaa^bo^> , xosjiaaro?, suspendu (jaf- 
din), suspended (garden), (<*r) <&** . 

fj*© , v to , /., corne, horn, bj ; fiole, 
phial, '» j jj\i ; trompette, trumpet,3ji \ 
aile (de batiment, d'arm^e), wing 
(building, army), (j**- c .b) ^b»- ; bras 
(de fauteuil), arm (of seat), (^^"^x^. • 
soramet, faite, summit, top, » j ji t ii ' 
bout, bord, #irf, border, <^*j>- i i_i^ « 
angle, ong/e, ijlj ; capital (subst.), 
capital, JL. ^Ij • puissance, power, 
• j-A* J orgueil, />n'<£?, j*SJ || L'ti t»*| 
pierre d'angle, corner-stone,*! jl^ll ^^«- . 

P*a , mon., kran, Aran, jl^T . 

^iia , xpdviov, crane, j£k//, i*>**- . 

(<j»j*o) . («ajy&o marteau, hammer, ii/L* ; 
coup de marteau, Wow 0/ hammer, 

- 4 u»j;o frapper avec le marteau, to 
strike with hammer, *>J^\j ^j^ . 

1 T 

**&*■© , 3 devenir sec, apre, dur, to 
become dried up, sharp, hard, jU» i-^^u 

- \**& sec, dry, ^L j froid, coW, j jL. ; 

dur, Aartf, ^U ; rude, rugged, jt»- . 

- |t<»;o sec, </rz«/ u/», ^Li j odieux, 

odious, il>jkt . 

- ILoaa^o s&heresse, dryness, J»Li»- ■ 

obstination, stubbornness, jLc j cru- 
aute, hardship, J jLS . 



■ 8 ««ii rendre sec, dur, to dry, harden, 
(,i.) t_X» t vjt*- j serrer, lier, to 
join, connect, luj t JLi . 

}^lo «/ ^j^o , x*ip6$, temps, time, cJj ; 
occasion, occasion, ~k* j • malheur, 
misfortune, Uj ; misere, distress, ^y ; 
guerre, war,^->j>- • altercation, alter- 
cation, «j>-Li* . 

1. U>t» , ^o , c. Ilia , courge... 

- |b*.*o crane, skull, <*^*- . 

- |k*j&*.;© sorte de concombres, kind 

of cucumber, jlJ-l j. f^j . 

n. L-».^> «/ pkjao bissac, wiartrf, rj^ , 

museliere, muzzle, AS . 
(*.*o) . l^iaM , ar. icJL. , fouet, /ojA. 

P(a grand voile {de femme), large (wo- 
man's) veil, ,j^ijt- ljUJ . 

lC*3*o et pC^vO , XpTjJUtoiov, sorte de 
chaussures, kind of footwear, ,y 9y 

(A3^) . ua*;3p;a , etc., xaprcocpopm, 
revenus, incomes, oS£ . 

^io*3^> mauvais mobilier, paltry furni- 
ture, il>L> j 1 jj»- . 

1 ^ 

J«-° > * » piquet, to sting, ^>J ; 
cligner de l'ceit, to wink, <Ljo JtJ> . 

-Mi4> et Iy+o clou a poutre, spike, 
jr~S j\r* . 

- Um» II » , %>*/ calomnier..., v. 1 ^/ . 

- ILoj^o froid (subst.), cold (subst.), j j- . 

- |jj;i gel6e blanche, hoar frost, *JL* ; 

|iii to froid, cold, *j . 

■N»«/ {de Ufa) , ^i , accuser, to 
accuse, LO . 

I&^jji , pi. \tZl , bot., ortie, nettle,^ j. 
(to»x») . Jo*;* hors de soi, ie«<fe oneself 

.jrU jit J. . 



|*A — A*B 



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- 2 u»;i glousser, to cluck, jiji . 
\baai!o (= |&&o;jo) crane... 

ubolL^oU , etc., pi. o" ' , xpox<5osiXos, 
crocodile, crocodile, *-Lwc . 

I^oo^o , /., xepxoupoc;, vaisseau leger, 
light boat, jjiji ', chaloupe, launch, 
<5jjj . 

^ov. Oyp sorte de vetement, kind of gar- 
ment, 4-J^/l J* fy . 

<mni.n^o , XKpXlV0£, zool., cancre, crai, 
ulty- J astr., le Cancer, *A« Cancer, 

^{a , /., treillis, trellis, Sj^*- . 

I. iau>^ grand vautour, great vulture, 

ii. |ma^ , x6pa?, corbeau, rawn, vl^ j 
corneille, crow, Hj \ pie, magpie, &J& . 

Uta^a) . taaOAtS ef ^COAfOa , XlpXO?, 
cirque, circus, olx-. 4 <_-*!• ; agrafe, 
anneau, clasp, ring, ilU 4 £_>! . 

- too^ ? ^xk^a^a , efc., xtpXYJffl*, 

jeux du cirque, cirque, ctmu 1 games, 
circus, u!i-4 4 jlxJll *_jU1 . 

|&&a*a crane, skull, <+j*j~ \ tete, head,^^ \ 
chef, c^i*/", (j^j j ; sommet, summit, ii J 
faite, top, Sjji j colline, Ai//, Jj . 
. 4 vAa;i decapiter, to behead, ^Ji Ja* . 

4 i*AvA 1° secouer bruyamment, to shake 
noisily, *>^iu jj* ; 2° retentir, sonner, 
to re-echo, ring, ^tCjL*. - 4 i*»»-oLf 
irf. 2° ; />. 

- [laiaa secouement, shaking, » _/*_/* J 

fracas crorA, ii^i . 

|$ta , lat. carrarius, cocher, driver, <g'*j>- . 

1 y 
1. *JW%^ , , devenir froid, geler, to 

grow chill, freeze, aL£ < ■> j; • 

- i**£d froid (subst. et adj.), cold (subst. 

and adj.), ^jLj t -v . 



- |LojL}a froid (subst.), cold (subst.), *j , 

- J»9*o refrigeration, refrigeration, Jj j*j . 
n. 1 i*^o , ar. ^j , recueillir, to gather. 
(^1*©) . ILc^Mji corbeilles, iasfa&,i_ii* . 






i*oj j -^bL/ vieillir, 6tre 
vieux, to be or ^rou; oW, /» j> 1 »-Li . 
- 3 i*j^» declarer plus ag£, to declare 
elder, /••*»! -dUI ; faire aller devant, 
to mafe precede, *&\ \ donner de 
Page a, murir, to give years to, mature, 
~Ju\ 4 ^u-j jJI . - 2 i*aoL//>. ; dtre 
vieux, to fo oW, ^LS . 

- |jU« vieux, oW, £^1 ; plus agd, aine\ 

elder, eldest, J*j 4 jf\ ; venu avant, 
comf before, |»-*»l J ancien, ancient, f& ', 
pretre, priest, J*^ • aieul, forefather, 
qui preside, presiding, ^-Jju J 
*< |i»".»o prfitres, anciens, 
priests, ancients, fj^> 4 i^T . 

- ILojLIa vieillesse, otof ag*, S^_>i~S ; 

anciennet^, ancientness, fJi ; ainesse, 
seniority, <uj_j£j \ charge d'ancien, 
pretrise, office of ancient, priesthood,*^* 
Cjj~£ 4 jwl j senat, senate, ^Af 

_ |Loj***o pretrise, priesthood, £>_y~£ . 
|«« et |&*o paille, stubble, ,jti . 
- 1 i*o , i*aj , ramasser, r^unir, to 
gather up, collect, ^i . 

(A*-©) . C*i , U* , dur, hard, ^-U ; 
solide, jo/irf, i_J-» ; ^pais, <^tu«, t_i-iT j 
difficile, difficult, <_-»->» j dangereux, 
dangerous, Ja>- ; audacieux, effronte, 
ioW, impudent, »y j 4 »c£j>- J violent, 
violent, <Ja:.c- ; sauvage, im'W, ^r*-^* . 



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$ko |*A 



. &«ll*A durement, hardly, I jL-JL j for- 
tement, strongly, Ijju . 

. |L&.*0 durete, hardness, IjLS j diffi- 
cult^, difficulty, \y~e ; cruaute, 
cr«e/<j>, 4bUii ; lourdeur, dullness, Ji 1 ; 
vaillance, valiance, ScLf . 

■ 2 w.*o rendre dur, to harden, (-i.) (^-i ; 
^ , traiter durement, to treat 
harshly, SjLJL J.U . -^JjjL/ etre 
ow devenir dur, fort, violent, to fo or 
become hard, strong, violent, ^ji i Li 



- }i»&o endurcissement, hardness, 

■ 3 <-*a/ rendre dur, endurcir, to harden, 

^A~* ' ts-* j C**') > a iP r durement, to 
ac* hardly, I jLJL J-P || (jjji.opa ulo/ 
accabler de douleurs, to crush with 
sorrows, fVVl; <6\i*ll . 

U*L signe, jijw, i.">U . 
1 «£*« tirer (une Heche) , to shoot {an arrow) , 
(W-) ^ j . R. !&»i . Az/>/». x ^Is . 
-\&* archer, archer, fLUI ^j . 

- \&* tir (de fleches), shooting (of 

arrows), (fU-JI) ^j . 

JA-*-fi , kls> y pi. |L& , arc, bow, 
fjtji ; arc-en-ciel, rainbow, rfi ^ji . 

- lik*o ; - |^U) arque, incurve, 

bent, curved, l _j_jJL» c ^j^* • 

- I&Jud archer, archer, >^J\ ^Ij . 

- |Lok*o service militaire d'archer, 

military service of archer, Sj ^L~& i.o>- 

1 ft* , kaj , se fixer, s'arreter, to stay, 

Stop, tjt£jj i j\jj , 

- |6*&a fixe, fixe, fixed, jhz. c *t-jIj . 

- 3 oi7 fixer, to^/wr, (^L.) 3i=- 4 <_~ij'l . 

(|ko) . P&o eclats de rire, iurjir o/" 
laughter, 



- r ftJ»bo , />*//«:/ ; - r ftifcoL/ eclater 
de rire, to 6«tj( oaf laughing, <k+i . 

I99& , xaOicooc, siege, .r«rt, A*i. . 

lauftj&o j /»/. £' , xi9i(7[Jt,a, cantique 
chants assis, hymn chanted while sitting, 
'*J** LS*i -V-J j 20 e partie du psau- 
tier, twentieth part of the psalter, • ji-1 

1° catholicos, catholicos, jJi?- ; 
2° universel, catholique, universal, 
catholic, 1 5J ) jIS' c «»U- ; — 3° subst., 
figlise catholique, catholic Church,*~>S 
iiCJ^lT ; 4° proclamation litur- 
gique, liturgical proclamation,i~J&>Zt\ji . 

- t*££o£o , tfto., #. u»', «/. 2°, 5° ef 4°. 
_ muAg^t universel, universal, ».U- . 

- ^&Aobva catholique, catholic, £Jj5\f 

|| ^£okx> \LLz bible complete, 
complete bible, J-IS' ^-Xi. t_*L5* . 

- ILoa^obs charge de catholicos, 

function of catholicos, Jjlij- »->a.. . 
-*u£kboL/ etre fait catholicos, to be 
made catholicos, ult> - jL» . 
lyba indompte (cheval), untamed (horse), 

IjCts rocher, rocA, Sy"? . 
(Lybo aqueduc, aqueduct, SL» . 
(u»jt^>) . iM*4y& , xadaipscrig, depo- 
sition, deposition, Jjt j condamna- 
tion, condemnation, &- . 
- 4 u*9D>o , d. ou ^ , deposer, to 
depose, Jjt . - 4 ixo»fiiLf />. 

- ^b^Loa deposition, deposition, J Je- . 

- ltt.$&o , etc., xstdaip&rai || ^ '&a 

d6poser, to depose, Jjt . 

- (jLL}&» xa9«ips6Yivat || loot '» etre 

depose, to fo deposed, J>el . 




j 200, 200, y • • • 

I L| y ou \L\f , c. \ly , poumon..., v. a L? . 

P»o?j batard, bastard, Aj>- ^ . 

1 K 
Oj grandir, to grow up, j& . 

- \k\ _ pi. £}o* , rar. \k$ _ grand, 

gr«i/, jS \ fort, strong, <sy \ nom- 

breux, numerous, Aj-Ip ; ain£, e/tferf, 

J^; -pi. \i*',o} , f Ifiuiaio? _ 

chef, cAi*/" ^cj ; preset, prefect, 

-Tl»- ; noble, grand, noble, magnate, 

4_>.j i J-aJ j _ /i/. [ikf _ maltre, 

docteur, master, doctor, it^-l t -L« . 

_ Aff. i*j>J maitre, master, JL» L> 

!k*aa> et |6-a$ , pi. |&_a v*a» , 6co- 

nome, steward, oL^i j| jLok^akay ef 

ILo^k^akaj intendance, ge>ance, 

intendancy, management, *jU t JJlTj 






com- 



|||l_a9 , /»/. IL 
mandant d'armee, commander of 
army, ^m>- oJtf || Uot^a? , pi- **^> 
^'dvA ; !;»•» ia> Grand Pretre, 



pontife, High Priest, pontiff, ,j»l£ll 
jo- c iic^i || iLoi-uaaaj souverain 
pontifej sovereign pontiff, Jat\ j*- 
|| |»^i ia} architecte, architect, ^f&+* 
tSjlt** || La*A9 <?f |Lo.a*aj grand 
^chanson, chief cup-bearer,l\XJi\ <r uj . 
ILaay grandeur, grateness, X&t- J ma- 
jesty majesty, JlU- j puissance, power, 
3 jJj ; honneur, honour, C\j£ || Loaj 
ILoova/ patnarcat, patriarchate, 
lS}u || (C4 Laay lib^ralit^, liberality, 
.1^ j| ILo&wL Loaj , c. |LokJjfci»j 
Jj |La4* Laij ; |La*l3 Lasj magnifi- 
cence, magnificence, if-l || &»|*l3 LoaJ 
magnifiquement, magnificently, *f-\s 
]|)La.i<HsLaaj J iLoiioaaLasj sou- 
verain pontificat, sovereign pontifi- 
cate, lJ ^ L jo- || V»^s Loaj avarice, 
avarice, Jij || M*£ Loa> vaillance, 
valiance, ill— j J orgueil, ^rufc, »L> j^ 
|| [Iaj Loaj magnanimity, magnani- 
mity, ,j~iJI _j1p . 



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- lLa*jLaaj magnificence, magnificence, 

- UaJ maitre, master, .L. . 

* A* r 

- ILuay fonction de maitre, office of 

master, SjibJ j doctrine, doctrine, 

- b*t , or. ^a j j beaucoup, fortement, 

77zueA, strongly, Siij ; f^T . 

- |Laay rt o^j , /»/. ||.iaj } myriade, dix 

mille, myriad, ten thousand, JsVl 1^ . 

- Ik^aa; «/ |^.3oaj/ tumeurs a l'aine, 

tumours in the grain, .ol£ll j J*lo . 

* * r 

- laa;» double vantail, folding door, 

- r L»»o» ,/>art>'<?/, augmenter, multiplier, 
to augment, multiply, (.i.) jlT t ilj • 
aider, to Ae//», .uL. . - r^^Jdeve- 
nir grand, to grow great, jf \ s'enor- 
gueillir, to pride oneself, „nSo ; etre 
c6tebre, to be cebrated,, ^ ; "^ } 
commander a, to command, Jc UL; ; 
opprimer, to oppress, Jt jU . 

- I&ajoJ multitude, multitude, iJS~ . 

- t^U»ioj beaucoup, fortement, much, 

strongly, Ixtj t T^f • magnifique- 
ment, magnificently, i»li« . 

- *»»oj ou U9009 accroissement, m- 

crease, oIjJ . 

(^») - liaaj tumulte, 2wnu//, LL- . 



croitre, to £roi/>, 



*^i et 1 uij grandir, 
increase, LiJ ^ _^T. 

.» + f 
- Iix^^o augmentation, augmentation, 

jLoj! ; germe, germ, «J ; branche, 

irancA, j^i ; descendant, descendant, 

J-J [| oi^a^t^ |£J^ ses longs che- 

veux, her long hair, J^kJI U_^i . I 



■ 2ua ) 1° faire croitre, augmenter, to 
make increase, augment, jljl t jc'I • 
2° laisser croitre, to ta grow, j:'I ; 
3° eduquer, former, to Aring up, 
form,(Ju.)ji£ i (^^.Jl* ; 4° prater 
a inter^t, to lend with interest, ^* 
Wli . . 2 nj»jL/ /». ; augmenter 
(intr.), to augment {intr,), jljjl . 

- | Cv ii.i;jo nournce, nar«, o ^ <, -^ . 

- Ifiwij interet, interest, SjJU . 

- |6--3»L augmentation, augmentation, 

'^•i-i > progres, avancement, /»ro- 
£«.«, advance, (& ij 7 *; education, 
education, <_-jA t T ; <Heve, /»«/>!'/, J-JL" ; 
Aleves, /iu/>i7j, i_.^ j| |e^j[ ^ dis- 
ciple, condisciple, disciple, fellow- 
disciple, o-j-JI J jJj t 0-J; . 

- 3 ^»/ , c. 2 u^ l°etf 2° ; exalter, to 

1 r • * 
-*a» , , tomber en poussiere, s'etein- 

dre, to crumble away, be extinguished, 
jIj t .La jL* ; are epuis<5, to be 
exhausted, ^t . 
- 2 wd J r^duire en poussiere, to crumble, 



- U***f en poussiere, pourn, mouldering, 

rotten, jit 4 iL. , 

x i&ai repousser, to /irirA iocA, ij, . 

- ^^» 5 ar. 'J^Aj. f enclos, etable, 

paddock, stable, »j^- ( Ju^ , 

vx * a > j <""• g>J , mois de rabi', month of 

(%»>) . 2 ^po enfle, jw^rf, ^^ . 
- 2 ^Wl etre enfl^, to A<? jj^e/W, - j^. 

- |Lc^ai» enflure, swelling, ^jjl . 



' .t r 



r - 1^"^'/ • \-^'il , ^W , quatre, four, 
■*«j jl j| Jala J-ia}/ ou «^J/ mercredi, 
Wednesday, (^) ,Lo jVl || JXs^fb^^ , 



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pl- H^Jk^W > quadruple, quadru- 
ped, f\y&\ ^Lj ||^a>y quatorze, 
fourteen, jtc io jl || |j.a*^M^ay{ age 
de 14 ans, fourteen years of age, ^ 

- lis? , cap., metrete, measure, J~T . 

- L^ao* quart, quarter, £j . 
a 1 ^; jouer du tambourin, to play on 

tambourine, JJaJI cJj-i . 
. \JL^>j 1° pluie d'automne, autumn 
rain, Cuji- J** ; 2° tambourin, 
tambourine, JJ» ; |6**ai quart, quar- 
ter, £ J • 

- UL^i quatrieme, fourth, g}j J de 

quatre (jours), of four (days), j» 
(|»L>I) icjl ; c. Li-aj 1° ; ...**!»*♦ 
qui a quatre..., having four..., «J 
...*«jjl || LlLJsj U-f tdtrarques, 
tetrarchs, mj >U-Jj . 

- |L-* '— j groupement de quatre, 

quaternion, iojl **■ ; etat de ce 
qui est compost de quatre, fourfold 
nature, LcLjj . 
- 2 *>o£» carr£, square, mj* . 

1 r # 
II. " s &«3$ } ' 3 etre couchd, se coucher, 

to lie down, |»U t o^.J • 

- \-L*2>y plat creux, Ao/tow rfwA, ***& . 

- 'a*ij rf -aA\ couch£, lying down, f U ; 

|£*J»? montagne, colline, mountain, 
hill, ilj t J~^ . 

- Ukf 1° litiere, /itor, ^j. ; 2° ber- 

cail, pare, sheepfold, v»Ib~ c J^k^l . 

- L^ajjlo , vo^w , id. 2° ; uterus, sein, 

uterus, womb, »Li»-l c *-j . 

■ 3 <±*il faire coucher, to make lie down, 
-i<Jl l^Ju j\ j imposer, to impose,^}^ . 



1 • 

I. r-*$ , * , presser, comprimer, oppri- 

mer, to press, compress, oppress, j~a»- 
Ja j~J t Jm** ; abaisser, to foiwr, 
^ ; diminuer, to diminish, ^-aii . 

- |Lo »»a» angoisse, anguish, ^a*- ; op- 

pression, oppression, ajL** . 

- 1 J»i voyelle , vowel * , *0"- • 

- L>«oa) pression, pressure, b*J> . 

- 2 Ja)l'l 6tre rabaissd, to be abased, 

- (bS poj paroles dures, Aarrf words, 

ii. 2 »s»i inonder, arroser, to inundate, 
sprinkle, {jJ) ^jj t JL . - ^Jl/ ^>. 

1 r 

^^^ > v^o*J j desirer, to desire, lS t^\ 
||i^ t^, ; i-*^, Ifis^t ; t*»^» ; 
*sL Low L^j , j'ai desire^ j'ai voulu, 
1 desired, I have willed, C>^jl i C~ ir i\ . 

- \>b^a+f intemperant, intemperate,^- . 

- L^^j d&ireux, desirous, i_-clj ; de- 

sire, desirable, beau, desired, desi- 
rable, beautiful, J-*; t ^^ t <-jj^j* ,' 
l<^4» «* l^<4>r, /• J desir, 
convoitise, desire, covetousness, »j^ 
rA> I volupt^, sensual pleasure, S jj . 
" ILa«i^» convoitise, covetousness, »A> J 
beaute, beauty, J^- . 

- le^j ou \Ksjl , pl- 14? , !^^; , 

Ifc,^;/ , desir, desire, ^i ; convoi- 
tise, covetousness, ^*L ; adj., seduisant, 
seductive, oU || |6s^>» pr^cieux, pre- 
cious, ju . 

- (Ijfcs^t du desir, of the desire, ij\^ . 

- &4>fts^9 avidement, greedily, *J*j . 

- r s^^» » palpel, exciter le desir de, 

attirer, to excite the desire of, attract, 
<->*?(. 3 ji- . - 1 ^£^»L/ p. ; desirer 



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vivement, to desire earnestly, lS ^i>\ ; 
trouver plaisir, lo delight, JbJl . 

- k^^oj joie, joy, ^y ; charme, 

plaisir, charm, pleasure, »JJ <. ~<js . 

!• \*"^^/ • ll *«^» ctre irrigue, lo be 
irrigated, JLJ • verdir, to grow green, 

- ^*»^> j k^» 5 humide, moist, <_J» j ; 

verdoyant, verdant, j*Ja- ; tend re, 
tender, jj ; |6-s^» plantes, plants, 

- ILai^J humidite, moisture, <jji»j j 

verdeur, greenness, ^i^ai. . 

- 2l -s^» mouiller, to moisten, JL ; 

amollir, to soften, ,>J . - 2 ^ > tjL/ p. ; 
pulluler, to pullulate, j 1<J . 

- 3 i-4*W rendre fertile, florissant, to 
make fertile, flourishing, <L»- i i__a>-l 



"• (Wv 



^^V . 3l *«^>? esperer, desirer, to 
hope, desire, «— tj i Uj, 

2va ^» dessecher, to dry, ^Juk*- , 

ia^f , ar. i__»-j , mois de rajeb, month 
of rajeb, ^j ^i. . 

1 * , „ 
^^^$ , , etre fache, se facher, /o be 

wroth, get angry, i_~^. ; s'enflammer 

(colere), to be incensed (anger), *x&-\ 

(■Ml). 

- |*^j irrite, wroth, c\~Jti. . 

- PM ^* irascible, irascible, >_,.^JI.j^ r . . 

- ILaiLio^i irascibility, irascibility, "a-^ 

- Ps^» ; - lU^j irrite^ wroth, uU^ . 

- ILok4,* c °lere, anger, ^J^. . 



- It^oj id. ; chatiment divin, divine 

punishment, ^1 <_-Lit . 

- I-*!"^* indignation, indignation, l*Jz . 
- 3 w4,»/ irritcr, lo anger, , ii.\ . 

- Mt^iJo provocateur, provoker, U^-- . 

- ILatt^^o action d irntei, angering, 

• 'I -if- 1 , 

f 

iLt^J cofFre, chest, 3jX~a . 

**"^ , f; 1° - />'• U^j - pied, foot, 
J*- j ; 2" _/>/. |&^J _ base, bas, 
base, bottom, Ji-I <. SOcli ; >^ j abs.-cst. ; 
adv., a pied, on foot, LiL. II uoia^L £a 
apres lui, after him, «lj j ; a ses pieds, 
a* to /«*, -ul-t»l J* || o{£^£\ apres 
lui, after him, „\jj || <^j ^i debout, 
upright, \Ja\j ; a pied, ore foot, $U-lj 
|| H^J b-a etriers, stirrups, ^Sj II L^ 
**sX^> fille qui (par la naissance) te 
suit de pres, daughter who (by birth) 
follows you closely, («V _jJU) d\* m " Siil 

- Pk^i 1° qui va a pied, homme de 

pied, pedestrian, foot-soldier, ,_^U ; 
2° pourvu de pieds, provided with 
fat, Jtj' ^ • 

" ^' II l ** ,ik ^» ^° ^ ses pieds, at his 
feet, <ul-t»l J* . 

- I&v^i et ' }? , pi. |&^5 , torrent, 

torrent, J^ ; bras (de fleuve), arm 
(of river), (^) luJ, . 

- U°^» gorge (de montagne), pass (in 

mountain), J^-i* . 

_1 V^U/ descendre de cheval, to 
alight from horse, ^>-J . 

- r V^^k j saf'el, faire tomber dans 

l'erreur ou le mal, to make fall in the 
error or evil, f VI j\ JtA^ii J Jjl . 



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- r V^jb*/ p. ; devier, to swerve,***-', 
fitre seduit, to be ensnared, j**l J pe- 
cher, to sin, IWI ; V , ^ , se jeter 
dans, to rush into, j r)*>\ • 

i y % 
l^^vl > > lapider, to j/oik, j*-j . 

- }aoa^9 lapidateur, he who stones, j^-I j . 

- |ao*4L » qu'il faut lapider, wAom ow 

must stone, <*-j •-;_»-[> . 

dation, stoning, *-j . 
- 2 ^^J lapider, to stone, j*-j . 
I&^J , pi. |£l»o.4? , sac, bag, ir uf . 



• * 9 



**^^1 , , , 1° etre en tumulte, 
s'agiter, to be in uproar, be agitated, 
rJ j 1 1 ~* j 2° 6tre excite, to be excited, 
r-U ; 3° sentir, comprendre, to _/£«/. 
understand, <+# t j lJ -»-l . - 1 i*^iLJ/>. ; 
«/. /° <tf 2°. 

- \La£i doue 1 de sens, endowed with 



- | [0*0^9 sensibilite, sensibility, ^-l—a-1 J 

intelligence, intelligence, *4» . 

- i*-^t /». ^. \ P-&- '• sentant, sachant, 

comprenant,/ce/w£, knowing, unders- 
tanding, J»l» ; ij»jle t ^U- . 

- Ij&*o^9 sensitif, sensitive, ,^-j- ; sen- 

sible, sensible, ^-1— »- . 

- k»l>&*a<^9 sensiblement, perceptibly, 

- lLoJ&*a^9 sensibilitd, sensibility, 






L— I 



U-^t , t *^> > sens, sense, i-L- j 
tumulte, uproar, Aj>yJ> \ 16*^9 sens, 
jsn^e, <--l»- ; sensation, perception, 
sensation, perception, il\js\ < 



sensibility, 5<nn&i7f0', L ^L#-l jj |b>Js^f 
lauL(9 pointe du jour, break of day, 

- U*«^j tumulte, uproar, Aj>yi \ raur- 

mure, murmur, j_j>- . 

- tf*^»&» , c. i>&*-*^} ; agke, agita- 

ted, £*U . 
« 3 i*^»f faire sentir, to make feel, *L>- 
l _ r ^- 1"%.*Qm , informer, to inform, J* I ; 



exciter, to excite, 



sentir, 



percevoir, to feel, perceive, iJpl t j—»-!. 

- }ijs^;m intelligent, intelligent, *^» ; t6- 

moin oculaire, eye-witness, oLc- -uLi , 

- ILul^iMsensibilite, sensibility, a X-»-\ j 

perception, perception, iJljji ; intel- 
ligence, intelligence, ^ . 

99 on 9I9 honorable (titre), honourable 
(title), {^)J*iji. 






aller, to go, >_-*i ', marcher, to 
walk, t5 l« J courir, to ran, ^-iS'j " 
voler, to fly, jit ', naviguer, to navi- 
gate, jt\ \ prosp^rer, to prosper, y>j>j1 ; 
couler, s'ecouler, to flow, flow away, 
^j>- t JL- j durer, to last, »ta J — tr., 
exciter, to excite, £^- J labourer, to 
plough, £-> j- J chatier, to chastise, 
i_JU j instruire, former, to instruct, 
form, (-L.)._a» c (-i.)<_ii\ - 1 «-9»Lf />- ; 
etre pouss6, to 6« impelled, *i-iil ; etre 
tourmentd, to be tormented, ^XH • etre 
persecute, to be persecuted, (*) J^-gl 
|| }b^o^a Itt transpirer, to perspire, <jy- 
oyL&j |)f , l3 , s'exercer a, to exercise 
one's self in, Jc J^x . 
. 1*99 eau courante, running water, »U 

* 

* 4 » 
ILo^tt cours, course, tSJr • 

^.099 instructeur, correcteur, instruc- 
tor, chastiser, J-^. t (Jiii. . 



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l .'. « * 



1*99 , \ 99 ou ip J , instruit, instructed, 



- tk+y*ff chastement, chastely, iiy . 

- |Lo*»9 instruction, formation, instruc- 

tion, formation, o-J-V t a»L5j II ILalyy ft 
ignorance, ignorance, J*»- ; manque 
d'&tucation, /act o/" education, »a* 

- h>» flux, yfov, jij. j cours, course, 

<Sjf- ', elan de l'ame, transport of 
the soul, ^-iJl f li-Ul . 

- I»t» , or. lyiae , C5/., chemm, lon- 

gueur, way, length, J_^» c Jj^l? ; 
I&*}»m flux, ^««;, jij. j cours, 
marche, current, walk, j^> t J-*- • 
navigation, navigation, j>*J\ J ^u- • 
voyage, journey, jk- ; relation, re/a- 
/ion, J»Lo j trafic, trade, S/rb. . 

- ILoytM correction, correction, *oU»l ; 

formation formation, ._>_»?" j doc- 
trine, science, doctrine, science, !_**.!■ 
|JL> ; culture, culture, 5jIL* . 

- pLo»«M qui corrige, corrector, ~L&. . 

- k^'Loytw en corrigeant, Ay correcting, 

yi ■ 1 ■<» j U . 

- 2 «-«tj ramener, to Aring Aoc/fc, «»-jl , 

- 3 (-.»)/ faire couler, to make flow, S\^ \ 
donner abondamment, procurer, to 
£i"w abundantly, supply, &\ c »U«JlJj»-l ; 
corriger, to chastise, ~L?I . 

!%-»»» «' !♦*>>? voile, veil, >ljl . 

• • • * 

1 f^ 
»S}1 , , suivre, to follow, *-J ; a 1 ., 

^ , ^ , yka , poursuwre, perse - 

cuter, to pursue, persecute, J^J>\ <. *S1 j 

pousser, to />«jA, .» ; chasser, to cAare, 

V» • - i «.2»L/ />. ; etre tourmentd, to 

Ae tormented, i\j . 



- pojj persecuteur, persecutor, AjL.j.. , 

persecution, persecution, z\^aj>\ . 

(^»>) • U^jjoj , eto., POoo-SiavY), Ao*., 

laurier-rose, oleander, Jij . 
1 |«i» observer, guetter, to observe, watch 

for, x**j 4 <_-»L> J tendre des em- 

buches, to lay snares, jT . 

1 -7i_ 

»^Oli s'agiter, to 5(:>, ^ . -^^Jl./ 
etre effrayd, to be frightened, ^J ; 
courir to run, ,j-a?j . 

- ia~ot$ effrayant, frightful, fjk. • 

l^-xhj en tumulte, trouble, in an 
uproar, .-> Ja~i. t ~j*U j timide, 
•iimirf, .Jul*. ; rapide, rapid, u^. j 
qui se hate, hurried, iLi, ; terrible, 
terrible, JJU . 

- k*^a-o,j en hate, rapidement, in 

haste, rapidly, Lo^ t il>«jo . 

- |Laa-(h» efFroi, /rzgAf, Sjbj ; rapidity 

hate, j/»«o', haste, 4l»»c t ic^ . 

- bup3>y rapidement, rapidly, \*ij* . 

- paot) «/ paatj? effroi, /rigA*, Laj ; cri, 

cry, £j* ; |k»oij , c. |Lai.ii ; 
tumulte, uproar, >Lj^J> . 
- 2 taoiJL/ etre effraye, to be frightened, 



- 3 iaoij/ effrayer, troubler, to frighten, 
disturb , jiil t^-tjl ; pousser, to im/)e/, 
^j ; faire se hater, hater, to maJtc 
Aurrjy, hasten, J»»c c f- j-j *1«- ; se 
hater, to Aarry, ^^1 . - 3 iaotjLL/ , 

- r iAoifr«» , sof' el, 1° pousser, hater, to 
im/wtf, Aajten, (jj) ^s. c vj ; 2° se 
hater, to Awn?, J>»*i-! ; 3° courir, 
s'agiter, to run, stir, ^^ t ^^j . 
- T x** 9 L*i id. 2o, 3° ; c. 2 t*iKf • 



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340 



- fc-^jij.;** rapidement, rapidly, \m^ . 

- ILxaoi^auo agitation, agitation, ol>^* ', 

tem£rit6, temerity, « jL-»- . 

- lo>}oi» rapidity, hate, rapidity, haste, 

JL«x-1 i i^ ; acceleration, accele- 
ration, ,j-*«J . 

[loan} gage, arrhes, pledge, deposit, ^j 
Ojijc • fiancailles, betrothal, *Ja>- . 
-k4'"Oi} en gage, as a pledge, L*j . 
LkMooiy , etc., Rome..., v. n. pr. 

- lljeooi} romain, roman, tj^jj l| &-» 

l**»oot$ empire romain, roman empire, 

3_jUjj iSJL: . 

- k*|»ooi} en latin, in latin, c ~j'AH> . 

- I (.0000019 droit de citoyen romain, 

right of roman citizen, jLy^ljtl^ilj*-; 
service militaire, military service, i.jy- 






ok 1 ^ ) <»i , , imp. 4,joi ou 14,01} , 
courir, to run, ^yS ' j \ se hater, to 
hurry, Yj*\ J ^* , courir sus a, to fall 
upon, J* »»* ; parcourir, to travel 
over, jb»-l . 

- 14,001} coureur, runner, 1 _ r aS \j ; homme 

debien, virtuous man, j^^j IU^ooiJ 
M°*o precurseur, precursor, JjL- . 

- I^V'Oit qui se hate, hastening, 9 j—» . 

- \itof , or. [£,<*♦ , course, cowro, ^jS j ; 

cours, course, j^- ' effort, applica- 
tion, c$)ri, application, jS~ t \p~ , 

- pL^ott cours, course, ^S j . 

- ^01} travail, oiorA, Jii . 

- l^oi^e activite, exertion, J»Lii j merite, 

merit, J»ii . 

- Ibv^oi^o maniere de faire, way of 

do >- n g> £r* • 
- 2 14,01} faire courir, to make run, ^Utl . 



- l4,o<} coureur, runner, iU j rapide, 

ra/iz'rf, P y* || U*>** J&°i} precurseur, 
precursor, JiL» . 

- 3 14,01}/ faire courir, faire se hater, to 
make run, hurry, (.i.)J^c 1 (a.),^^^) j 
depecher, to despatch, ^U-U <lLj! • 
porter vite, to bring with haste, ■? t_-».i 
^>-l* j aller a (cheval), to go on {horse 
back), (hLv-) ^Sj ; ^1 , 'feLooi J 
se jeter sur, to rush against, Jp t- _^ail . 

- k~l4,oiv» sommairement, briefly, 

jl^>-l> j rapidement, quickly, ^ij^ . 

- ILo^oiiM rapidite, rapidity, «y- . 

- (i^oi^m , gram., trait accelerant, acce- 

leration line, ply- 1 J**- . 

- tv.^oi^a sommairement, briefly, 

jl.,rtT-»-lj . 

- |L<u[,oit» excitation, excitation, ^Juj*' 

II ;.*• 1-*/ pour parler brievement, 
to i/ieaA briefly, j^az£\> . 

I^otf canal d'abreuvage, watering canal, 
gj> »LJ j chevron, rafter, »-iitj . 

- (4,01^ biens, ressources, good-f, re- 

sources, $j\j* <. ii~&.\ . 

- li^oi** cours (de l'eau), course (of 

water), (.til) ^^ . 

- 2 14,01} irnguer, cultiver, to irrigate, 
cultivate, i ^ ' ^Sjj . - 2 i4,»t»L//). 
I4»»i* > ILq^oi} . eto., v. i4,} . 
14,01} resine..., d. ^4,} . 

* * • 

U01} pus, pournture, />hj, rottenness, ^J 

- ^.oijf pourrir (..r. et intr.), to rot (tr. 
and intr.), JjUJ <. (a-) jac- . 

ZO$ fi 1 t»o} 1° boire a satiete, to (frin/: 
to satiety, ,£Jij\ \ 2° s'enivrer, etre 
ivre, to ^e/ or be drunk, u Lc i ^- J 



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3° etre mouill£, to be wet, JiJ • 
4° etre inonde, to be inundated, j^i\ ; 
-^ojL? id. I°et2°. 

- Uo't ivre, drunk, o|^ ; ardent, ardent, 

- |Lo-»oj ivresse, intoxication, jy** . 

* ^ r 

- ILa^oy satiate, satiety, r \jjj\ ; ivresse, 

intoxication, Js*- . 

- °i-»ojJ donner a boire, to give to drink, 

J*- ; enivrer, to intoxicate, JsL*\ . 

1 - 
^1 , iaop , pousser de grands cris, 

to shout, ^l-» ; faire du bruit, to re- 
sound, jyi \ se disputer, to quarrel, 
j=r^> ', se rebeller, to rebel, ijt . 

- U>o') tumulte, clameurs, uproar, cla- 

mours, oU^w«* t •L<j_j_fl ' sedition, 
sedition, <csi . 

9 p A 

- M^.oj tumulte, uproar, *\j>y^ . 

- ^*j/ faire retentir, to make resound, 
dj~o ', faire du tumulte, to cause an 
uproar, <_JU- ; ^i , entrer en lutte 
avec, to contend with, a ^jU . 



l r 



'©J exulter, jubiler, to exult, jubilate, 

Jif- <. ^yj\ ; verdoyer, to be verdant, 
y^-\ ; prosperer, to prosper, yo jl j 
resplendir (visage), to be resplendent 
(face), (* rj ) V* . 

- uoj joyeux, joyful, jU-^i . 

- ifo j et h'oj/ exultation, joie, exultation, 

joy, -{_j i ^jl . 

- |0»/ rendre joyeux, rejouir, to maAe 

joyful, rejoice, jJ\ c *■ J I . 

U=)oj bourreau, executioner, jSU . 

I £ f 

A-*»0» , f, qqf. m., pi. £o? et l&Lo? , 

vent, wind, gj ; point cardinal, 

cardinal point, j»U ; souffle, breath, 



£* ' u-^ 5 esprit, ame, j^iW/, jom/, 
it** ' rJJ ') d&non, demon, ulk-1 • 
odeur, odour, ~«£\j [| \La\ £ fil s spiri- 
tuel, spiritual son, ,y _> j ^ . 

- U-oj spirituel, spiritual, <j\*-jj . 

- fc-Ji-oj spirituellement, spiritually, 

- ILoa-oj etat spirituel, spiritual state, 

- l*i~oy spirituel, spiritual, cjU- jj . 

- 1 u.J , u.op , respirer, to breathe, ,jJl3 . 
- 1 i-oj etre ample, large, to be ample, 

large, ^Jl t .^j || o^L &lo; etre 
soulage, to be relieved, rj&\ . 

- \LmOf ample, large, ample, large, «-lj . 

- ILa-^oj ampleur, ampleness, i*- . 

- Uoj joie, joy, ^j> . 

- (fiwoj rt \bJa\\ espace, space, 4^_ ; 

respiration, soulagement, respiration, 
alleviation, r- './*»' ' o**-' • 

- Uo^M e< lCwo»Jo eventails, fans, rj\j* . 

- 2 u.oj dilater, agrandir, to dilate, en- 
large, (^)^j (■ (±*)^j . . 2 u.o5l/ 
/>. ; etre soulage, respirer, to be re- 
lieved, breathe, t-\jJ\ c -r jA>\ . 

- 3 *-oi( , c. 2 u.oj ; donner de l'espace, 
to give space, ^\s~ Jacl ; faire respi- 
rer, soulager, to make breathe, relieve, 
"^ <J*-i>- (. (a.) rj l donner, to 
give, Jic\ . 

- ^(lo^» largement, largely, i«_j . 
t^oj branche, branch, t y^ . 

- '^oyLf etre secoue, to 6e shaken, >*l ; 

vaciller, to vacillate, J^J>i . 

^J01 y , lfcOA*j pierre tres grande, very 
big stone, To*- "»yS ije? . 

- \y> f eleve, high, ^^ ; orgueilleux, 



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proud, j&u J subst., canal, canal, »U ; 
\L»f colline, hill, & ; etang, pond, 

j& . 
-|La»J orgueil, pride, '^isf || !•«*•» 
ijoj trf. 

- |mo) hauteur, elevation, height, eleva- 

tion, J-UJjl i j\* ; ciel, heaven, »lr* j 
colline, kill, aL? j exaltation, gloire, 
exaltation, glory, a* t iJic j |uo) y» 
l&aooly depuis I'antiquite, since anti- 
quity, i»-lili Xo. . 

- |sa*j elevation, elevation, f-ttlji ; hon- 

neur, honour, J>j£ . 

- |uo4» hauteur, height, jif- . 

- |jL£» eleve, Ai^A, *j»j^ ; supreme, 

supreme, |*U . 
- 3 ;>o*j/ elever, to raise, *ij \ exalter, 
to exalt, (-L.) Jic J oter, to take 
away, £y \ abolir, to abolish, ^ . 
- 3 X-JLL/ p. ; r. 

- \Lo.*l,U» elevation, elevation, *ij . 

- |LaiaL(M id. ; action d'oter, removal, 

- |LAua<yLfi>M exaltation, elevation, exal- 

tation, elevation, f-Uj jl t i*«j ; sup- 
pression, suppressing, iJljl . 

- r ^o}MJ , palpel, exalter, to exalt, 

(^L.) Jic j eduquer, to educate, 
(.i.) .JO? . - T >o^»\lj p. ; r. 

- *£»£» excellent, brillant, excellent, 

brillant, ~V c £jl» . 

- 1»;mo9 ; - ILoiMtMyfeo exaltation, 



gloire, exaltation, glory, -L»»x t Ji<o . 

}JLmo) j yi, lance, spear, *ij>- . 

(u»o) , bot., grenade, pomegranate, uUj ; 

chapiteau, capital, s^f- ,_ r -L> • 
Jab^o) province, province, iJ»UL . 

|_xoy bavardage, wWe fa/£, »jj . 
Ita.09 ecume, yiam, Iji-j. 
- 3 6*»f ecumer, to /flam, lij . 



fi>Of , /., bot., mauve, mallow, jls- . 
1 *+f broyer..., v. 1 t»j . 

- \L+*j bouillie, (kind of) porridge, »L*- . 

- |*oy epeautre, spelt, ^^JU . 

Jl$ , (fly ou ||»] mystere, mystery, _ / - 
i^*.U ; secret, j«rrt, ^- ; symbole, 
symbol, y>j ; type, fy/w, Jli* ; sacre- 
ment, sacrament, j* \ complot, plot, 
i«^o ( Sjjj* ; j \ abs.-cst. ; adv., comme, 
as, Ji. || 1 £=> 1° en secret, in secret, T^ • 
2° comme, oj, Ji. || l» V*' W - ^° 
|| ||*yy l-*-**-^-- le Jeudi Saint, Maundy 
Thursday, J^-VI ^ || li>7 £ initie, 
initiated, JUa. t «ilw . 

- IL&mI* nature secrete, j«re< nature, 

_ |l>f|j allegorique, allegorical, Sj*j\ 
mystique, mystic, jjljf ; sacra - 
mentel, sacramental, ,j j~> . 

-b^li'lly symboliquement, symbolically, 
\yj \ mystiquement, mystically, 
L jlif ; sacramentalement, sacramen- 
tally, \j* . 

- |LaIJ|'|f secret, .secret, y- . 

- 4 v u»L? J - 2 V ^» L ? ^ tablir en secret, to 

establish secretly, L ^ ^lil ; s'entre- 
tenir en secret, to converse secretly, 

if 
J ^ scruter les choses secretes, to scrutinize 

the secret things, LLi^i(^*)i^JJ . - 1 h'»L/ 

etre signifie, to be signified, ^ } cons- 

pirer, to plot, j*\j . 

- 1 ll» (P^oar 1 )*) ourdir, to hatch, ^i. 

- 2 II» signifier, representer, to signify, 

symbolize, Jl >j t Jp Ji . - 2 11»L/ 

etre initie aux mysteres, to A« tni- 

tiaied into the mysteries, jl^VIJc^iLI . 



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t» 



» 3 ljf faire connaitre, signifier, to make 
known, signify,^ J j t (.i.) iJ» je- ; ini- 
tier, to initiate, Jl»l . - 8 iU L ? A 

- ||$b* J - bf^bo initio, initiate, «1L. . 

- ILaJiype initiation aux mysteres, mi- 

tiation into the mysteries, j\_ r >*j\ l ^?yie\. 

- |L&tt}|bM id. ; consecration, consecra- 

tion, (J-jXSj . 

If> , ll'oj , eto., riz, rice, j jl . 
(ifi) . 1 '*)»LJ se dessdcher, to rfry, ._iif . 
- 3 i*lj|l/ se mortifier, to mortify oneself, 



(vif)-\tHf,».ii». 

1 i3)J , , rdpandre, to sprinkle, J^j . 

- b3| j dcoulement, flovnng, c£~* J asper- 

sion, aspersion, ^j . 

- \S>'\y aspersion, aspersion, J^j . 
- 3 i3fjf rdpandre, to sprinkle, ^j . 

(<3| j) . IbSiyi j - |b£fc» marteau, Aam- 

bsiy , ar. 3jj J - bx>to) subsistance, 

subsistence, Jjj . 

U«J j y»» pi- IL*"5 , meule, pierre meu- 
liere, millstone, ,y- J\ j>*»- < ,y- j J dent 
molaire, mo/ar tooth, ^j^ . 

U-» > ar - J"-> 5 bagages, luggage. 

l * 
^-»»t , i a.,%x , avoir pitie" de, to Aaw 

/•j'/y «/wn, f-j ; aimer, to tow, uj-I ; 

desirer, to tfeji're, ^lii ; ^i , preTdrer, 

to /nr/er, (-i«) J-ii . - 1 jal»Lf P- I ob- 

tenir grace, to obtain mercy, (^) ,»- j , 

- ba-J , 5*lj , /. I&ttly ; ami, friend, 

- |L&»~9 amitid, friendship, iila_» , 

- &L*J)»a»f avec amour, bontd, lovingly, 

kindly, i_iUj c i^*: . 



- bo*-} , , ** , chdri de, dear to, &ii > y. ; 

aimable, amiable, v>^ j ° > aimant, 
loving, i_-^ . 

- |Loao*~t amour, dilection, tow, q^rc- 

- ?4*— j aimable, amiable, ^, w ...,. . 

- ban*.} aimd, toi;«/, v J?^ ' 

- b&~9 , ;o_9 , ore/, aa />/., uterus, par- 

ties gdnitales, matrix, genital organs, 
SJLLi »Uipl 4 j- j j entrailles, infej- 
fr'nM, »li»-! ; pitid, misdricorde, ^i/y, 
mercy, <r-j t iiii j grace, grace, <**j j 
amour, love, i_~»- |j bo*.;) iSb* , 
? gemme, ^em, ^*^>- . 

- luo**9 misdricordieux, merciful, (•>»- j . 

- ILajaa^y mis6ricorde, mercy, <tr-j . 

- Cv>|iio-i misdricordieusement, merti- 

fully, Ir-j . 

- |&m^« , tao*.f } amour, tow, <^~ 

j| n. rom/6. (ex. ILoiJ] b^L.| , cpiXxv- 
GsuTUia, amour pour les hommes, 
/out for mankind, JUI i^j- ) . 

- btao<.£ , f , *~f , misdricordieux, 

merciful, r_y-j \ bienveillant, kind, 
•^ijiac \ aimant, loving, ^~ . 

- liitao*.} d 'amour, of love, lS ~>- . 

- b..b6oa— j avec bontd, kindly, ~**-j , 

- 2 ?*-} , ^ ; - 2 )».}L/ , , ** , avoir 
pitid de, to have pity upon, Jp JjLI . 

- j i'ift .. ^ misdricordieux, merciful, f-y-j . 

- |Lftivi..;ifi misdricorde, mercy, <*~j . 

- (j^MOi.| misdricordieux, mercyful, 

- &*bb>Ma«9 misdricordieusement, mer- 

cifully, i*-y . 

« 3 J»~ff avoir pitid, to have pity, jii j 
^ , faire aimer de, to mafe love 
from, J I .-_»- . 



^i — *-> 

» ^ *» i , ^a. , couver, to brood on, j-i»- • 
— ^ , couvrir, prot£ger, to cover, 
protect, y t Jai. ; descendre sur, to 
descend upon, J* J > ; — s'incliner, to 
incline, J* I ; imposer les mains, con- 
sacrer, to impose the hands, consecrate, 
o*J" ' s*W £* j . - 2 aL>L? A ; etre 
suspendu, menacer, to hang {over), 
threaten, .s-A* t tjyil . 

- n&»*» nusericordieux, merciful, f_yj. 

- l&~oy couvaison, action d'6chauffer, 

brooding, heating, 1S.C c uLa»- j des- 
cente du Saint Esprit, descent of the 
Holy Spirit, ^^ ^jj\ Jj> ; mise- 
ricord e, mercy, <t~j . 

1 n\ 



»J s' Eloigner, to go away, -U^l . 

- \sy^oy , abs.-cst. ia-oj , distance, eioi- 

gnement, distance, remoteness,^ 4 SiL*. 
||^.o^ ; la~o£i. J [L.oy v m au 
loin, far away, 1-Uu . 

- |iaa-y depart, eloignement-, departure, 

removal, -Uj tyl»i j abandon, renun- 
ciation, i\ j . 

-'ia-j eloigner, to remove, -UjI . 
-^ta-jL/ partir, s'<9oigner, to start, 
go away, -UjI c >__»i . 

- Jft*-» eloigne, remote, -L^o . 

- 1La&^.f , c. |a.«) j absence, absence, 

V „ • 

- fL&i&^tao , c. |.o<i..» ; abstinence, 

abstinence, ^bul ; renonciation, r<r- 
nunciation, (jc) J>J . 

- 3 ixx-j/ Eloigner, to remove, -Uol ; s'e- 
loigner, to go away, i«^l ; s'abstenir, 



to abstain, 



«n.i . 



- ILoia-^o action d 'eloigner, removing, 



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•1 , , se mouvoir, to move, iijd j 
ramper, to cree^, iju- j . 

- U&*»? reptiles, reptiles, <J^-lj j . 

- ll*4 reptile, n^/ife, ^Jj ; co//., les 

reptiles, the reptiles, Ja>-\jj}\ ; «z*., 
fourmi, ant, JLc . 

- Ijo**.} animalcule, animalcule, *^_ji . 

- l*~f carie, <fc«jj>, yti . 

- 3 i*-j/ mouvoir, to www, (A.) fj^ J 
laisser s'insinuer, to permit to creep in, 
i_jLJu & j • exciter, inspirer, to 
excite, inspire, j-j\ t ^- ; produire 
(des reptiles), to produce (reptiles), 



U<M~? reptiles, reptiles, >J»-lj j . 



X ^J se moquer, to laugh at, ^ J& . 

1 tu 
* ^ ^j } ' , £tre ou devenir humide, to 
be or grow humid, >Jbj t (_J» j . 

- \s^i seve, sap, i-J . 

- U^,o j humidite, humidity, "^^>j . 

- ^^ j mouiller, to o>ei, (.a*) ^j . 

- M^-t» humide, humid, i_i>j . 

- |La^, j humidite, humidity, \^j . 
- 3 c4»? mouiller, to wet, (a*) ^j . 

\1±\ , etc.,poids (= 2.564 gr., = 2.564 gr., 
£_ V T i =), rotol, roto/, Jtj . 

1 7I« ^ 

^O' > or - 1 \^> j ' > murmur er, to mwr- 



mur. 



> S J 



.1 



^-t»L/ etre decrie\ to ie 
decried, (^) i^Jj . 

1* '5 

- pa4>« murmurateur, murmurer, ^Ox* . 

- Ui» J - M»t> *' M»i>/ murmure, 

murmur, j^aj . 

- 2 yt> murmurer, to murmur, _^X> . 



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- pL^oy murmure, murmur, j»\> . 

- 3 ^£j/ faire murmurer, to make mur- 
mur, yXj <tL>- ; murmurer, to mur- 
mur, yXi . 

(vi*) • W» , *%*> , RTO'tVY), resine, 
gomme, rwin, £«m, is* c i~-j . 

(*+*) • ><4-» . '4>«»> ) « fc -> P l - "»"'> 
^T/JTMp, rheteur, rfetor, (jlL^ . 

- |Lo^>etf eloquence, eloquence, A»-Uai . 

- U^u.<hi ; - |La^^>o>t rhetorique, 

rhetoric, jLJI JU . 

- ><L ja§u.<>>> > ^T0pf|(7(Xl || »a». '-w> 

prononcer un discours, to pronounce 
a discourse, i_Ja>- . 

- ta*t»fi-> , pl- o , de rh^teur, o/" 

rhetor, ,j~)a*- . 

- >-&+f*§.*j rhetorique, rhetoric, <l)LJl J*. 
pfcs^^j luxurieux..., v. i^i . 

( v Mi) . \^L? , V. \\\ . 

$ odeur, odour, l£-\j ; )iL*)pl. ; mau- 
vaises odeurs, bad odours, IU»U jxjIjj . 

- M-~ j ; - ILoiMjj odeur, orfowr, i^lj . 

- }>Cw*y odorant, odorous, l&\j jj . 

- IL&iCuuy odeur, odour, *£-\j . 

- 2 i*«j apaiser, to appease, (a.) jS^- . 
- 2 .~iH p. 

- i*"»J , ia ? 1° sentir (une odeur), 

to smell, ~- • 2° pressentir, to 
Aaw a pressentiment of, > LLU ^^Ji . 
- iomjLL/ />. impers. 

- ILa-^^o ; - |L&i*ui* odorat, smell^lZ. 

- r *-£-> , palpel, c. 3 i~4/ 1°. 

t*L*i buffle, buffalo, ^-j^U- \ licorne, uni- 
corn, bft&\ Xj-, . 
^)&&*t , lat. repudium, divorce, divorce, 

Mwj chose vaine, vain object, JL>L »^i . 



- (ia*f vain, cain, Jtb J pauvre, /wor, _^iai 

|| .twf-% ^a. a jeun, on an empty 
stomach, JiJ\ Jt . 

- ILaio*} vanity, vanity, j^Akj , 

- 3 iA.jLL/ etre meprise^ to Ac despised, 

^ (*) >-' - 
It* 9 salive, spittle, ^U J sue, jaire, 



^**$ ou (lj tete, head, ^-Ij ; sommet, 
faite, bout, top, summit, end, »jj}> t ii 
ij^l» ; principe, commencement, 
principle, beginning, *-0 c J~<»! J pre- 
mices, first-fruits, j&"\y, \ front d'ar- 
mee, army front, J^ /»oi. ; premier, 
chef, prefet, superieur, abbe, ^wi, 
chief, prefect, superior, abbot, *& j i Jj\ 
^ji S"\>- ; division, partie, division, 
part, *}>■ i *J> • corps (d'armee), 
(army) corps, jJLi j chapitre (de livre), 
chapter (of book), (<_>UT) J-«i ; region, 
region, ajLl, j le meilleur, le principal, 
iA* 6m(, «A« chief thing, >VI t J—^-VI J 
capitale (de pays), capital (of country), 
*£° U j venin, venom, ~. ' _ />/. |i*- f _ 

magistrat, magistrate, S~\j- |[ t^yy ^ ; 

• ' . * ' j ' " • 

ia.^^im J i*a^« de nouveau, again, 

4j^>- ^ J | (Ij I* j entierement, wholly, 
4JL.IS0 I] u^^. apres..., after..., ...-l«j 
II I^«j»*okIv-» i*» 3 /»/. |^i) i*-j, supe- 
rieur, abbe, archimandrite, superior, 
abbot, archimandrite, c-j j-iLt-JijI t ^j^^ 
|| lLo^.,^t charge d'abb^, ^?ce 0/" 
abbot, ji ,j-hj VJ II U3o*^y ou U» i*«y , 
ar. JL-^-lj , capital, capital |j iu^ ?a^> 
placer a la tfite, to put at the head, 
(-i.) ^Ij j condamner, to condemn, 
Jt C»- || o^. loot i*-^> il l'aida, he 
helped him, »JitL- ||u£w , ^)/ , [£» 
u»^ prosp^rer, rdussir, to prosper, 
succeed, *<*£ i jf- , 



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- \b*S+y , pi. |k»*»f , commencement, 

beginning, AizA ; premices, first-fruits, 

- ILa** j principat, direction, comman- 

dement, principate, direction, command, 

ioLi 4 XjIjI i, l^LJ, . 

- \~+*i premier, first, Jjl ; principal, 

principal, ^j ; chef, chief, ^j ; 
remarquable, de valeur, remarkable, 
valuable, l+J *J t j^ J . 

- t^l*** principalement, principally, 

- U*-J chef, president, cAie/", president, 

ltVJ <• ff J J pontife, /wni^, ./*- . 

» *t * 

- ILaj^y 1° pnbidence, direction, pou- 

voir, presidency, direction, power, i-Lj 
ILL- 4 SjU j 2° pontificat, pontifi- 
cate, \jv- . 

- 2 ^> constituer chef, superieur, to make 
chief, superior, (.i.) ^Ij i (^) ^ j . 

-VWa 

i *■ 

T) } ^P » &re ou devenir mou, to be 
or grow soft, J& t <1>V . 

- \k*$ tendretE, sojtness, hJ . 

- 2 yaJ amollir, adoucir, to soften, soothe, 

- |La} mou, jq/i, ,>J ; doux, m:'W, ^U ; 

faible, feeble, Jt**^ ; jkoj*., soie, 
silk, j_j>- \ mLa«> v£tements moel- 
leux, soft garments, <f U i_Ji . 

- ^•|L k 3y paisiblement, peacefully, • jXf ; 

peu a peu, by degrees, Uxii bol . 

- |Laa^j tendret£, mollesse, tenderness, 

softness, yl-^j t »j^ . 

- &3o> adoucissement, softening, ^J" ; 



^raffi., aspiration, aspiration, jJj 

i i» # 

^•^f , , rf., ^ , monter sur, Stre 
monte" sur, to n<& on, fo mounted on, 
J«=»1 c v_-T> ; aller, voyager, to go, 
/raw/, yU c ^j . - : ias}L/ Stre 
montE, to be mounted, (if) i_^~j • £tre 
surpass^, to 6e surpassed, <uU J*^.l 
|| J-»of ia.ij se mettre en route, to set 
out, ji— JL a*-l . 

- lady cavalier, horseman, ^j\i • cava- 

liers, horsemen, uU^i . 

- k»s» , or. |a3} , meule de moulin, 

millstone, j»- j ; amarre, cable, ^Jj . 

- \*>\ cours (d'un astre), course (of 

-Jaosj monture, mounf, i-k. ; char, 
chariot, <ij* ' y bateau, boat, <Sj* \ 
Equitation, equitation, "<^jy J navi- 
gation, navigation, 5* St* ; troupe de 
cavaliers, troop of horsemen, ^Sj • 
Ibaaa) monture, mount, 5J*. . 

- U»*«i accouplement, coupling, :>U- j 

monture, mount, LU. . 

- Jasii , ar. Ufj* , bateau, ooaj 1 ; 

l&as;* v^hicule, char, vehicle, chariot, 
~*i jt <. iLL. j trone, throne, J.j> . 

a "i ■ 

■ ai' monter, composer, imaginer, 

construire, to set up, compose, imagine, 

construct,^) <. JJe <. (a.),JJI t (A.)^^, ; 

armer (un arc), to arm (a bow), 

(l**-^. o"j*tt — -**) ^r J grEer, to 

i* * r 

- liaa;» auteur, author, >JJ J* . 

- ILaa^po composition, composition, 

<^~f j J structure, structure, l^j . 



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- \k»f cavalier, horseman, ^ jU . 

- Uxsoy composition, composition, <__5 y j 

assemblage, assemblage, <~SJ J 
membres et jointures, members and 
joints, J-»U.j »Uit! . 

- 3 ck3}/ , ^*. , o , faire ou laisser mon- 

ter sur, to make or let ride, J* <-.Tjl J 
atteler, to harness, oji ; fairc s'ac- 
coupler, to make copulate, rj'j . 

- )'">*>>»> cocher, driver, ^'sj*- . 

lb} marchand, merchant, j^M . 

l t> # 
^-O^ , r , d6cliner, s'incliner, to decline, 

lean, J^l c JL ; ^x , envahir, to 

inwiflV,J=»-l . -^jL/ s'incliner, to Zea«, 

J*: I ; descendre, to descend, J j ; 

condescendre, to condescend, JjbJ . 

- Ji9» 1° declivity declivity, j\**-\ \ 

2° descente, descent, Jj > J 3° in- 
clination, inclination, »L^1 ; 4° con- 
cordance, concordance, 3\H\ . 

- tfij ; - I L alia t boo M. 3°. 

- 2 ^»jLf se soumettre, to submit, *~&- • 

- jLaj incline, inclined, i ^j> . 

- ILaua? inclination, inclination, >L^I j 

propension, propensity, J-. . 

- 3 ^ij/ incliner, flechir, to incline, bend, 
^ c (.i.) ^j*- J abaisscr, to lower, 
(<i.) ^ j ; relacher, to j/aci, ^ jl ; 
accorder, to jto/i*, *»-• ; contraindre, 
to compel, j»-\ ; — s'incliner, to otw, 
J*il ; se ddtourner, to turn aside, 
J-U ; se retirer, to retire, l_,j>»-jI . 

1 t*a» lier, to Ainrf, luj . 

- |*»J , ^/. Uaj ft !&>»»» , cheval, Aorre, 

\f j ') f-t jument, mare, S^«- ', coll., 
les chevaux, the horses, JJ-I . 

I too 9 pourriture, vers {pi.), rotten thing, 
worms, iji t Zjlc- . 



Mo^ jeter, lancer, to throw, fling, Jii\ 
^j ; rejeter, to fAroza iaci, rjt \ 
abattre, to 4«if down, «>jl* j proposer, 
soumettre, to propose, submit, r j*\ 
isij*', imposer, to impose, ^Zj J 
mettre, to^irf, ^«ij ; ajouter, to arfrf, 
ilj J rdpandre, to ^owr, t^ • is , 
se deverser dans, to flow into, ^ i_~««jl . 
- 1 t*xjL/ p. ; r. i ^ , s'appliquer a, 
to apply oneself to, J* i_i£* ; se sou- 
mettre, consentir, to submit, consent, 
^j i pj&- ; % , r6pondre a, to 
answer, ^U-l || ov^. Uoj se proposer, to 
intend, -Ua* j avoir soin, to /at; care,^*\ 
|| pVk. |»f se tenir en repos, to remain 
quiet, Aj^\ . 

- \il»oi , (jo^mo} ou pa*Mf don, gift, 
<j> J present nuptial, nuptial present, 
*~>rjj i.AJu ; collecte, collection, **- 



- H*9 jet, throw, ^j ; |k*»jf action 
d'6crire, writing, ib^ || cJ»}^ 
ou v ooy>*Z*{ um^ dans un acte 
signe" d'eux, in an act signed by them, 



- |&-*oJjo division du Psautier, division 

of the Psalter, jy^ ^^ Cf f~* • 
■ 2 u»J ||U^S u<»)Ai>. uaey calomnier, to 
calumniate, Jp ^j^I || Ifio^. un) 
accuser, to accuse, Lj SCi . - 2 uooyLf 
etre tromp6, to be deceived, f-jkl . 

- l**f calomniateur, calumniator, j-Ju j 

fripon, ro^ue, M-*^ . 

- ILooej tromperie, cheat, H-U- . 

- |6-»jL fondation, commencement, 

foundation, beginning, »lji! ; tj-i-^ • 

- 3 t**»fl jeter, to throw, ^ j ; rejeter, 

to *Aro«j AocA, »-^ ; abattre, to i«af 
rfown, /»-i» ; presenter, soumettre, 
to present, submit, ^y- t (a.) aj3 j 



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donner a manger, to give to eat, L ^lapl 
^TU ; imposer, to impose, (J*) *J>j 
fjij* \ etablir, fixer, planter, to esta- 
blish, fix, plant, ^/((i.) c-u <. *UI ; 
d^poser, to set down, J»- \ faire (nn 
don), to make (a gift), &J*\- ; mouler 
(des briques), to cast (bricks), ^^> 
(Tj^) ,_J_y j endosser, revetir, to 
put on, wear, ( _ r J J commencer, to 
begin, l-fc; I ; partir, to start, <_J*i j ta , 
porter sur, contre, dans, to carry on, 
bring against, into, J t \J> <. J* J*- ; 
ia , monter sur, to go up on, <_i"j \ 
1 bo , poursuivre, to pursue, «-£ ; 
^. , ajouter, to add, ^lj j diriger 
vers, to rfirecf towards, jd (^L.) *»- j J 
attaquer, to attach, j»-U ; calomnier, 
to calumniate, J* ^ Jiil ; seller, to 
saddle, £y-l J *-* , combattre, to 
combat, v jU . - 3 iJ»jLLf £tre jet<*, 
to for fArozwi, (jf) ^.j || jl$ / tJejf 
se mettre en route, partir, to set out, 
start, ^ai <, j^uJI j -w-l |[ 1^4 t*£j? 
signer, to Ji>n, (-L.) -»_, || \LJ» ui j? 
tirer l'epee, to draw the sword, Ji-I 
iJ^-Jl || Ua 1009? elever la voix, to 
raw oree'j noice, LJ^^JI «ij . 

- }i*»»;aft calommateur, calumniator, jIa . 

- IL&um^a calomnie, calumny, *\ji\ ; 

tromperie, cheating, 9\js- ; attaque 
perfide, perfidious attack, j^U <•_>»«* . 

N **9 , ar. uUi.j , mois de ramadan, 
month of ramadan. 

I^*»> || Vfo-'f '» cendre, ash, jLj , 

^1 , , faire signe, to make a sign, lyi ; 
indiquer, signifier, to indicate, signify, 
&■(**) j*. i J* J j j repr&enter, to jym- 
bolize, (.i.) Ji. i Jl >j . - 1 >ijLf/>. 



- )t-4»» || ILuw^s en termes voiles, in 

veiled words, 5jjr„„. oljLu . 

- |po} signe, sign, »LcJ ; enigme, enigma, 

<~*>-\ ; volonte 1 , commandement, 
will, command, j.\ <. ioljl • intention, 
intention, Li ; instant, wutanf, iiiA- 
|j |p»£a en figure, in ^»are, Lj-j 
|| U**a ||i»i la Volonte Sainte 
(Dieu), the Holy Will (God), «l^l 

-Mpo? en figure, figuratively, L>j . 

- l*ipot significatif, significant, ^>1\ *Jy. . 

- &*lipo} soudain, suddenly, J.UJ . 

- 8 PoJ faire signe, signifier, to mafo a 
sign, signify, J I >j 4 L._,l . 

&•* 3 /■> /•'• U*> rf l^aa»> , troupeau, 
herd, «^U ; troupe, bande, troop, band, 
flight, i_^t 4 oi_, . 

- |*a»9 qui vit en communautd, moine, 

one who lives in community, monk, ,jiU 

- l*iL»9 gregaire, gregarious, ^U . 

- taa»y gardien de chevaux, herdsman of 

horses, ~<~aa-\ ^Ij . 
(^»oj) , |i\i^ , 3 \ij[L/ , eto., 0. a I . 
(m»»i) . (eaxMf calme, doux, calm, gentle, 

■ ? * * • 

9 douceur, gentleness, Jl>- 5 pla- 



IL 



cidit^, placidity, »j-U 



c. 






ramadan. 



>**•* > l **»> j /"^ ^> et |Lft*»o? , soir, 

evening, »U^ || (m») Cua crepuscule, 

twilight, jL* . 

- U*My du soir, evening, o\~* J lb-*»o j/. ; 

heure du soir, evening Aowr, »LJJicL- . 

- 2 t»»>etre au soir (jour), to be in the 

evening (day), (jL^I) ^ ; rester 

jusqu'au soir, to jfay till the evening, 

►LI I ^ ^jL ; venir le soir, to £(wa? 

in fA« evening, fL< J I . 



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hi) , l3 , r^flechir a, penser a, to reflect 
to, think to, J Jsi <. j J^U' ; ia , » , 
veiller a, to attend to, i ~*l , - 1 i»ujL/ 
etre pensd, to 4e thought, aj (^) ^So . 

- V- J 9 pensee, reflexion, thought, reflection, 

JiJii t ^Sj j soin, souci, care, »Lxtl 
l*t*l . _ 4^. i»»jj , or. u^jj , y^> j 

- |i*j j pensee, thought, ^>i . 

- I&wjIm , abs. iaj^o , c. |i>j . 

- Ii^iytao || m U impensable, inconcei- 

vable, <u ^n^liJl jS^jc V . 

-•'uutL/ penser, reflechir, to think, 

reflect, (j) J-U t (A.) ^^j . 

- 3 uuj/ faire penser, to make think, *L*- 
J± • 

i y 

*SJj , u»o;i , asperger, repandre, to 
sprinkle, pour, J^ j <. ™Ju ; verser dans, 
to />our w, j ._JC ; distiller, to rf/j/tV, 
(at) _^J ; — in/r., degoutter, to drip, 

j&A) . - 1 l£ACO)L/ />. 

* * •■ * * r 

- Jao-*ttj et laa^joj/ gouttes, rfro/ij, ol_^ai ; 

rosee, tfew, ^Xi . 

- u«*« J purified purified, (^ j .i») ^k. . 

- |tu>) aspersion, sprinkling, Jij . 

-»«"•» 1° repandre, arroser, to pour, 
sprinkle, ^ j i ^al j 2° faire couler, 
to nwfo >«,• JL-! ; 3° distiller, to 
distil, (A.) ^^J . 

- 3 u»W id. 2°. 

■ r >«»«j , palpel, disperser, to dis- 
perse, JJU . 



v^aaoj , zool., belette, weasel, ^j. ^\ . 
ar. <3j~j } Envoye (de Dieu), 



i'i * r - 



Messenger (of God). 
[a&*>f chaine, chain, ilJU . 



1 »«•» , , degoutter, to drip, Jot ; couler, 
to flow, <JL- ; — tr., verser, to /war, 
i_-5L- j distiller, to rfulz/, (A.) Jai . 

- poj»9 rosee, dew, ^■Xj . 

- 2 yitajLl etre asperge, to be sprinkled, 






ijf faire degoutter, to raxie tfrtjf), 
>il . 
1 «».J , vk»;j 5 briser, to 6r«a£, ,L»- • de- 
truire, to destroy, ,»-U . m^-vs.JH p. 
-U^oj brisement, breaking, -k< . 

- a >* J/ faire briser, to make break, Ss£ &*>;■. 

t "■ r ** 

» r ^^> , palpel, briser, mettre en 

pieces, to break, break to pieces, jS 

(jJ) pJaj- ; tourmenter, to torment, 



1 K'* - 
i- A-*»f paitre, faire paitre, to y«erf, 

graze, j^j ; diriger, to fea</, (^.) ^^ ; 

— paitre, brouter, to /««</, browse, 

£** '* J- J j manger, ronger, to <ra/ m/>, 

- U^> , M l La ^5 j /■ l^*» , pasteur, 

berger, pastor, shepherd, f\j . 

- J~*.» pastoral, pastoral, tSj^b . 

- tta*M action de faire paitre, herding, 

^j ; charge de pasteur, pastoral 
charge, lAc-j \ episcopat, episcopacy, 
l~iuL*\ ; troupeau, herd, «Jai . 
-|t\-Ij paturage, pasture, j^j. ; trou- 
peau, herd, *JaS . 

- [-*■) 1° action de faire paitre, her- 

ding, ^ j ; 2° paturage, pasture, 
j^j* ; 3° nourriture, food, jTl 
|j ^i k*i id. 2". 

- |6»-i.;» id. ; troupeau, herd, jJaS ; 

diocese, diocese, i-2/t ; province, 
province, Uali. || |e«i;i ^*i patu- 
rage, pasture, j> j* . 
- 3 i-».jf faire paitre, to A«?r(f, j^j\ . 



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n. ((-^.J) . tf-M pensee, thought, £j ; 
opinion, opinion, ,j\j j sentiment, fee- 

l* n g> Js* ' <jk j sens » ■*«"«> t£** 5 volonte, 
«*'//, o'jt ; esprit, mind, jt>-> II (Iky ;!> 
de meme sentiment, o/' the same opi- 
nion, 4jli ,j\J\ j* || (juk.^3 en esprit, in 
.spirit, ^jjJIj . 

- k*liuk.y dans l'ame, in the soul, lJ Jci\ i j . 
■ 2 «— ^JL/ penser, to think, ^\jj\ 4 J& • 

imaginer, to imagine, jj^J ; estimer, 
to estimate, jU ; projeter, vouloir, 
decider, to intend, will, decide, ^y 
J J < *L>' J deliberer, to deliberate, 

- |k-x jL pensee, thought, J& j dessein, 

design, -UaJ 5 opinion, opinion, ^ij J 
secte, j«(, 4sAj 4 4«-i ; esprit, muu/, 
j^i ; intelligence, intelligence, **i ; 
conscience, conscience, j^J> || ;J» 

m. (Ui) . |Jj ou \l'il , »* , rar. d., 
content de, content with, j ^Ij . 

2 *'- 1 

-'i*xj contenter, to content, ^jl J 

apaiser, to appease, 1-u j reconcilier, 

to reconcile, ~L»! . - 2 i*xjL/ />. 

- M-*!^propitiateur,/>ro/>itfjator,»_JJajC~. j 

reconciliateur, reconciler, J L*. . 

- ILa^iL reconciliation, reconciliation, 

iLL*. . 

I»xy tendre, mou, tender, soft, ^J 1 ^^L j 
faible, iwo£, iJiLj«_tf . 

- ILo^J tendrete, mollesse, tenderness, 

softness, ,>J t »,IJ» ; faiblesse, zckoA;- 
ness, ijm^j . 
- 2 vi^o rendu tendre, softened, A.) ^L 
(^ j ; luxuriant, luxuriant, jt-\j. 
- 2 ♦».>!./ etre amolli, to Ae softened, 
j£j\ ; etre assoupli, to 6e moir supple, 
o4j ; etre affaibli, to i« weakened, 



Iiavy faible, a>«oA;, >_V^«„^ . 

- 2 (-*$!./ se montrer faible, to j/iow one 
self weak, LL*-i ^\j . 

^*^*i , , trembler, to tremble, J*Jj1 . 
-IU.9 secoue, shaken, jjj** ; trem- 

blant, trembling, .uJ^ ; qui craint, 

who fears, <_jul*- . 

- |L<^ j tremblement, trembling, il*jjl . 

- U-* j id. ; tremblement de terre, earth- 

quake, iJjJj ; |N^J tremblement, 
trembling, z\mj\ . 

- \L±) tremblement, trembling, iUJjl . 
- 2, fc*jL/ trembler, to tremble, .uJjl . 
- 3 ^»J^faire trembler, to make quake, 

-Ujl J se mettre a trembler, to begin 
to quake, xJj-_ JUI . - 3, fcl$[|./ p. 

J^-J , ' , tonner, to thunder, Atj ; 
sonner, resonner, to sound, resound, 
Oj i oUI ; etre frequente, to 5* 
frequented, «JI op^l j^T j etre fache, 
to fo an^rj, Jp j ; s'indigner, to 6e in- 
dignant, J»b£l ; se lamenter, to lament, 
£-b . « 1 j«i.iL/ murmurer, to murmur, 
^ || 0^. fidft^.9 gemir, to groan, j! . 

- !»«*.» triste, sad, jj>-\ de lamenta- 

tion, of lamentation, *»-LJ\ ^ • irrit^, 
angry, Jibu || o>i \x>aL'i etre triste, 
fache, to be sad, angry, Jjlrtl t o>- J 
se lamenter, to lament, t-U . 

- kj|»tt.9 avec gemissement, with groa- 

ning, jrJL . 

- ILaioavj murmure, murmur, j»Jj . 

- M**^* || o*^ l^a-ij s'indigner, /o be 

indignant, .kLil . 

-(aLvf tonnerre, thunder, Jcj ; son, 

SOUnd, £j_yjr . 



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- pa-x^e dement, insane, Oj^t . 

- 2 >»-».»L/ etre triste, to be sad, J j- j 
etre.fachd, to be angry, Jibil j mur- 
murer, to murmur, j+JG ; avoir pitie, 
to Aaoe ^iVy, jii . 

- |(.oia_k^o demence, insanity, dj^>- . 

- M*-^o* tristesse, sadness, aj*- ' mur- 

mure, murmur, ^Jj ; indignation, 
indignation, Ji-c ; discorde, dispute, 
discord, dispute, »j»-li* t Jjlii . 

- >»-».}/ faire retentir, to maie resound, 
o>\ ; affliger, to a#ar/, il . _ 3 *£$LLJ 
s'affliger, to grim, lil . 

ta*J pain cuit sous la cendre, bread 
baked in ashes, J-L >»- . 

****.», , mettre en pieces, to tear, break 
to pieces, (.i.) J»- t (.i.) jj, . 

fft^j) . 3 bLf'{ ecumer..., v. |lLoj . 

l I" 
*®1 , »3p , se niouvoir, to mow, fJ/£ . 

- \S'f nid, nest,^ | troupeau, drove,J>j , 

-t&df action de niouvoir, moving, 
•iXljf- \ mouvement, movement, Sf^- j 
palpitation, palpitation, iii^ j ins- 
tant, instant, *&i- |j £i A3 J instant. 
instant, ikA- . 

- U^By momentand, momentary, Jij . 
- 2 ia.SJ couver, ^chauffer, to irooa* on, 

- 3 i3»/ mouvoir, to move, (-i.) iijp- ; 
faire (un signe) des yeux, to sign 
with one's eyes, -cJ-aj Ujl j envoyer, 
to send, J-jl . 

- r i3;3j j palpel, mouvoir, to move, 
(*•) il^p- | J <hI&j iSjSj s'ecrouler, 
to collapse, -i^l . - r i33Uf A 

'I' 
i- AS^ guerir, to cwre, ^yli ; affermir, 

to strengthen, (a.) ii»j . 



it. '^9) etre rclache, to slacken, Je j\ . 

- lldy ? ^j , mou, jo/}, ^>- j ; dissolu, 

dissolute, ,_^>-li J lache, /oo«, uL»- ; 
paresseux, lazy, OlLi" ; inerte, inert, 

- bills* de facon relachee, slackly,*\±j , 

- |La-Aj mollesse, softness, i^U j j rela- 

chement, slackness, »U-^«I J negli- 
gence, neglect, JU*I ; paresse, /aji- 

- 2 u3} relacher, to loosen, ^J ; lacher, 
to /et go, (.i.) J>- ; permettre, to 
fl"oK), ^r" . - 2 ul^L/ />, ; r. ; vivre 
dans la mollesse, s'abandonner, to 
/i»« in idleness, J— 1 
etre affaibli, to be weakened, 
£tre paresseux, negligent, to Ae /aj>>, 
neglectful, J-l^ t J— ISi ; se retirer, 
to withdraw, <_-»_) I , 



SjU^JL; J\c ; 



- i«a^o affaibli, weakened, 



£y^— • 



- IL^SJjo relachement, slackness, »l»-JUl j 

abandon, forsaking, £J/ . 

- 3 *-£»i — Ml , im/ifV., o. ||- relacher, 
affaiblir, to j/acA, weaken, ^jl 
iJi^l ; lacher, to /ei go, J»- ; aban- 
donner, to forsake, ilj ; s'eloigner, 
to go away, A«il ; ^w j cesser de, 
s'eloigner de, to «<w, go aKiaji /rom, 
^-.hcAi jt^Lajl; permettre, to a/Zo«;, 
£*" ; rendre timide, to renaer rimirf, 

W^*- *W || » \-ll bien loin que, /rt 
a/one, Ol j* lo^ ; bien plus, bien 
moins, much more, much less, ...Jj "^ . 

- IL&^S^o negligence, neglect, jL»i . 
^v** , , ramper, to creep, <Ju>-j . 
1 u«3} , , enfler (intr.), to jkj*// (t'n/r.), 

j^jl J pourrir, to rot, l yu. . 

- ^laj gonflement, swelling, f\kj\ . 

- 2 i~3Jjo enfle, swelled, to>^> . 



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I vcbSf 3 , fouler, pietiner, to tread upon, 

trample on, ^Jj <. ^Jj 5 river, to rivet, 
(^— ...Jl) i_i Ja J> • danser, to dance, 
i yHj ', se rejouir, to rejoice, r^l II tcniSj 
U^^ frapper du pied v , to stamp, ^ j . 

- l*»9j danse, dance, ^j J foulage, 

treading, ^j . 

IjtJ^j } pscpspsvoap'OCj referendaire, 
referendary, ^jii^L v__ji5" . 

(iSf epaule, shoulder, i^S' ; van, winno- 
ving-basket, jji. J pelle, shovel, j£ j . 

fr>3^ , , se mouvoir, to nioir (intr.), 
i! ^ ; s'insinuer, s'^tendre, /o worm 
one's way, spread, -1^.1 4 ._jLjI ; courir, 
to run, tjaZ'j I is , fourmiller de, 
to swarm with, ...Jl <u» j>~ j . 

- \tSf reptiles, reptiles, <J&-\jj . 

- jLoLod} mouvement, movement, <> j>- . 

- 6-3 j , is , grouillant de, swarming 

with, ...j ^»-lj . 

- \b&} ; - |b>3 j mouvement, movement, 

*>. 

I I j , «o(.) , briser, broyer, to break, 

pound, Jj< ' u^ j ; pi6tiner, to trample 

on, ^-b . -^jitf P- 
- 2 « .$ briser, to break, ^aJr j . 
™ r 1» 1* > palpel, broyer, to pound, J.~ . 
J 1» , , unir, to unite,(A*)-X*- j ; coudre 

ensemble, to />i«* together, U. J»U- j 

reparer, to patch, (a.) ~Ls> . 

1 J * 5 5 sourdre, decouler, se repandre, 

to gush forth, flow, pour out,JL- 1 jJ t »J ; 

degoutter, to rfny>, ^kij . 

1* *s 1* ; • - -1 

-M»<? ; -hit ruisseau, stream, ■u»U , 

1 ^. 

>3 j^ , , empierrer (une route), to 

ballast (a road), (Uj^.a.) i_-_a>- j 



unir etroitement, to «/ closely, ■_'« -~ j 
»jJtj **- j \ presser (le pas), /o hasten 
{one's pace), (JJ.'I) g^J . - 1 t3^JL? A 

-^•ij dresse (lit), prepared (bed), L^ 

rt ♦/ dallage, pavement, Ja~U . 

- (3i 9 dallage, pavement, iaJj , 

1 ^ 
^^ , kOo^> , cracher, to jr/iiY, J^ . 

- 1 iAOfLf etre couvert de crachats, to 

be covered with spit, jLaJL (f-j Ju) i Jat . 

- |»t pav.a, vil, az7e, "tjj . 

- Ja? 5 ~ Uoj crachat, j/>t7, Jjj . 
- 3 ifij/ cracher, to spit, 



(u»») . \k»', gue, >rrf, j^ . 

(t»i) . taJ>^o bas-ventre, lower-belly, 
(^LJIJjL-I j| ^=^.9 m ventre, entrailles, 
belly, entrails, »Li*-l t jtu , 

- I&.A9 mince, menu, /Am, slim, Jjj 

jJi j IfcA^oj f. ; vfitement leger, 
light garment, ^J>J^- ^U . 

- 3 iaJ/ amincir, to make thin, (^L.) jij . 

iay , ar. 3j , mince parchemin, thin 
parchment. 

1^09 outre, leather bottle, \f . 

1 *"•■ . 
♦«J3^ danser, to dance, i yaij . 

- \+a'f danse, dance, ^^ij . 

- ILy&o^M , pi. |L*a»» , lamentation 

funebre, funeral lament, -Ay . 
- 2 vaJ danser, to dance, ,j-a*j . 

- It-o} danseur, dancer, ^y^ij . 

* d # r 

- |Lo*j>9 danse, <fan«, (j-»»j . 

- 3 *a')l pleurer, se lamenter, to weep, 

lament, r \S t l JZj . 

1' - r 1 - 1 

- |Lo*o»m pleurs, weeping, *»-L. . 



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1 y - < 

"^^S) , , 1« etablir solidement, 
fixer, to establish firmly, fix, (A.) oLj 
(-i.) c-£ ; 2° tasser, to press down, 
(Jl.) oJ . - 1 «ijL/ p. 

- \-±+a'f «/ U-J>»? epais, /Aur£, iLLr- ; 

bien cache, very hidden, •Liil i yit j 
subst., m., qqf. /., firmament, firma- 
ment, diii . 

- I&iijo/ , etc., pi. \laoS , ??/. |e^; / , 

morceau d'etoffe, /«a/cA of cloth, Uij ; 
chiffon, rag, "4j>- ; ar. iij , feuille 
de papier, ,rAe«{ of paper. 

"k» 5 U «P , broyer, to pound, jj . 

- kv» pilon, pestle, J-L. ; !&*;*> si lb**;** 

mortier, mortar, Oj*- , 

i. Aa.^ blamer, to blame, fi . - ^JLJ/i. 

- IL&-*} blame, blame, ?_£ . 

t' ■'i . i" r . -i 

- k**» , ■• |**» censeur, censor, ^j* . 

- J 1 *** \ ■ )LoAt» blame, blame, rj • 

outrage, outrage, <il*l , 

- *-*$/ , ia , ^ , blamer, to blame, j>V . 

ii. (M) . |ju*» don, gift, SJat t »IWI . 

■ *»*» ', - 3 »*mJ offrir, donner, to 
<#«-, give, Jac\ i (Ju.) {£ . 

U-'f , c. \L) , tete... 

* * 

i*j om >u) lettre riS, /e/ter lis, »l j Js^l . 

^*-j , ' ; - x ^iiL/ etre relache, to 

slacken (intr.), ^f-j^ . 

- \U't purulent, purulent, ~_L. . 

- 2, Wj relacher, to loose, ^f-j\ . 
- 2 %l\ll p. ; r. ; s'affaiblir, to 
become feeble, .Jl 



- 3 *%>*»/ relacher, to loosen ^jl ; per- 
mettre, accorder, to permit, allow, 
J*-\ <■ £f I repudier, to repudiate, 
jlL> <. Jij~* ; — trembler, to tremble, 

- |L*^*;.m et ILox^*t»o langueur, /an- 

- r ^*i.«M , saf'el, prolixe, prolix, ^4— . . 

i y 
^■*-1 , , tracer, marquer, to trace, 

mark, (<i.) -It t ~.^ ; graver, to 

engrave, ji&- • dessiner, to delineate, 

jj-rf ; ecrire, to iwife, Jt>- ; intituler, 

to entitle, ~> j ', prescrire, to perscribe, 

^j . -inl'M p. 

- pa*} lien, ionrf, J»Uj . 

,' t *. ■ 

- po*oy , >»a*» , signe, marque, sign, 

mark, if t ^ \ dcriture, writing, ^- j 
inscription, inscription, ~*j \ pres- 
cription, prescription, <~*J> . 

- 2 ?«*» tracer, to irace, ~. j . 

- l*»°» signe, Jt^/i, ^ j . 

- 3 ?«*»/ tracer, dessiner, to trace, draw, 

j>-» ' jt-j j prefigurer, to figure in 
advance, uL Ji, . 

! ^».j constituer chef..., v. U->> . 



-^ , , etre scelerat, impie, to 6* 

villainous, impious, jj£ c <• j>-\ , 

- |i<*t sc^l^rat, impie, villainous, im- 

pious, ylT i |>j*. 

- |La^*» impiete, impiety, JS . 

- ^AOf crime, impietd, crtms, impiety, 

- 3 \x*j/ } c. 1 «j,J j induire au crime, to 
/eW into crime, ^^ J^J-^ - 3 ^.»>LL//'. 

1! d ' " • ■ , , . . ,s- 

- ILojl^j.^0 impiete, impiety, j£> . 



.LJ— A.J 



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L *l* 



ramper, to crawl, 



't 



- pa*; reptile, reptile, 



D • 



il t 



- \±±f ; - |&»y reptation, crawling, 

■ s <A».if fiiire ramper, to make crawl, 



lo»9 , ar. J- j , jet (de fleche), bow-shot. 

M , Lop , trembler, to tremble, juJ,I . 

- |k*Ly tremblant, trembling, J*Zj* . 

- \Li' f , |fijt> , |6-£>? , m. etf., trem- 

blement, trembling, .sliJjl . 
-*LL> trembler, to tremble, AiJjI . 
» s L >/ faire trembler, to make tremble, J^-j I . 

\'*l) • ***L»1 avertir, to admonish, 
(a.) 4J * instruire, to advise, ipj . 

-»j:*ll/> 

- ILouLIm admonition, admonition, «l*^» J 

amendement, amendment, &-£■ . 

- LuLH&m catechumene, catechumen, 

-ft^LJLfci j| v o<^. fi-j '[&>; D lis 
n'acceptent pas d'etre repris, they 
do not accept to be reproved, OjiJu ^ 

^y . 

\l\ pour |L|} ou \i\\ , pi. |Lo|» et ILoLf? , 
poumon, lung, Zj . 

•***»f , , bouillonner, to />«iife t$, j\i • 
bouillir, to j«rt*, Jc ; bruler, to Sum, 

- ILa-Ly ferveur, fervour, l>\j>- '. 

- LtuLy enflamme, inflamed, r^U* . 

- |L&>uL$ chaleur, ardeur, heat, ardency, 

- L-L j , or. LJ.J , t'(/. ; ferveur, bouil- 

lonnement, fervour, bubbling up, 



- 2 u.L$LJ etre enflamme, to A* in/fa- 
med*, u-^l . 

■ 8 t»L jj faire chauffer, to A«a/, lijl t ji? I j 
faire bouillonner, to «/ to bubble, 

- r L»L{*. , safely fournir abondam- 
ment, to ju#>/y abundantly, (,*•) ^jl 
»^_H ; rendre abondant, superflu, 
to mofo abundant, superfluous, (-L.) .^T 
^-ilil ; enrichir, to wwfe riirA, Jil ; 
— etre abondant, to abound, j£ . 
- r u.Ljfc*7 etre plcin, abonder, to 
be full, abound, ^\i t jS" j etre plus 
grand, depasser, to fo greater, sur- 
pass, JU t jf\ olT . 

- L»L ;*m abondant, abundant, ji? . 

- |La_Lt*M abondance, plenty, ij& . 

- Ou|lLp<M abondamment, abundantly, 

- L»Lja* augmentation, augmentation, 

oljj J abondance, plenty, »JS~ • 
richesse, richness, »jj . 

J»*»5 , , murmurer, to murmur, ^»> ; 
chuchoter, to whisper, J^j ; produire 
un son, to produce a sound, oL« J par- 
ler, to jf^ozA, iSo . - 1 ^LJL//». impers. 

- poL j son, murmure, chuchotement, 

sound, murmur, whispering, {J ^ i <-y^ 
*~j~J J parole, propos, sentence, 
saying, £j.u- t ^"j^T ; prononciation, 
pronunciation, iiiJ . 
- 3 ^LJ/ retentir, to resound, oLaJl . 

^Li , , ecumer, to foam, \i-j . 

- **Ly abaisse, let down, aa>c^ . 

- 2 «.L;m id. ; fatigu6, ttre^, uLm . 

- 3 <»,Lj] retrancher, to cut off, 
arracher, to tear up, «li . 




- 300, 300, r • • . 

IjV*- demon, devil, ulk_i . 

- b?|l demoniaque, demoniac, jlk^i 4j . 

- [1*9 U diabolique, diabolical, JUi~i . 

- I Lai > |» nature diabolique, diabolical 



nature, iJLL-i 
oL*. papier monnaie, ^a^er money, SJ; j ii^ . 

^^^*- , ^U* j demander, to o?£, tr il»; 
emprunter, to borrow, ^jij^ \ inter - 
roger, to interrogate, Jl- . - 1 ^|&*//). 
impers. ; demander (une permission), 
to oj£ (permission), (tol) tJU, ; ^m , se 
detourner de, to turn aside, jt jU- ; 
refuser, to re/kre, ^j ; resigner, to 

rwi^gn, j- ^yiol ; pretexter, to a/%e, 

i » ... 

j ^-i J ^* 3 omettre, to omit, ,_3-U. • 

<a , trouver plaisir a, to delight in, 

j iJI || (icCi»i oa L*&* ^(i saluer, to 



- lUj*ou IL*{ emprunte, borrowed, jl 

putatif, putative, ^f-'j % simule, faux, 
iAam, false, *_jjlf t ^IU « jJU«£. ; 
metaphorique, metaphorical, ^ jL* ; 
|&^->Ij. questions, questions, -ui-i ; 
tromperies, deceits, -Jl-LA ; simula- 
tion, simulation, y>\]aj , 

- b*|U|* e/ 6-(L*J mutuellement, mu- 

tually, VjLJ ; par emprunt, impro- 
prement, in a derived sense, impro- 
perly, Ur>^k-»t i SjUx-l ; metapho- 
riquement, metaphorically, TjU ; par 
feinte, feignedly, T^Soj . 

- |Lo-\|* feinte, feint, _pcl . 

- l&kLfc , |&.|* 9 eto., demande, request, 

i-il» J chose demandee, something 
asked for, ujL ; emprunt, ion-o- 
wing, SjLcl-I [j b&*» |&£ salutation, 
salutation, ,.->U II 16^^ |fc\|I mobi- 
lier, household furniture, vl^JI ittl . 

- |Lai\|6*so action d'eviter, avoiding, 

"-^ J refus, abdication, refusal, 



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abdication, IJlJbJ t o**j ', excuse, 
excuse, jJkc . 

- 2, *».J-* , ^ , o , interroger, to inter- 
rogate, JL j s'informer, to inquire, 
pLol . - 2 ^/Lf p. 

- \±±U* interrogateur, interrogative, Jj'L-. 

- V/o* question, interrogation, question, 

interrogation, Jlj-- . 

- 3 ""^U? preter, to lend, ^ J . 
If I* bracelet, bracelet, j\y ; cape, ca/>e, 



■ , ia*j , descendre(intr.), to descend, 
J> ', — tr., descendre, faire descendre, 
to take down, make descend, (a.) Jj> t J> i. 

- la£ veines, veins, 3jjt- ; ? insignes, 

insignia, oL^t . 

- 'oat , c. x ta» jr. - 'iaa&»{ />. 

/ ^ ^ ,., 

V ■ * / • >->*^> voisin, neighbouring, 
neighbour, jU- . 

- |. ii » proche, neighbouring, ^Js . 

- ILaaa* voisignage, neighbourhood, 

J\yr", quartier (de ville), quarter {of 
town), ^~ . 

- liaaa* et [ian^» ; bot., nigelle, 

fennel-flower; >>>i . 

(vii*J . |a<^i, e^incelle, j^arfc, Sjl^ . 

!&.:**. (/?. *»») , abs. £L , pi. ££ , 
sabbat, sabbath, £~y j semaine, «««£, 
^r - ' [I \*s8a» fco» semaine, week,9^ r '\ 
|| M**o|j Ika* semaine de la Pentecote, 
Whit week, e^-ajJI fj~*\ || Ijfal^ |&al 
«/. ; semaine de Paques, £<wfer ice**, 

C 1 ^ L*^ I! '*°* *** » P l - ^ *** j 

synagogue, synagogue, (ijif) £.U- ; 
refectoire, refectory, S^LJl J* . 



- ^&a» 1° sabbatique, sabbatical, J~- j 

2° hebdomadier, hebdomadary, j* 

■ l ia* ; - d ka» ; -*5a»| observer 
le sabbat, chomer, to keep the sabbath, 
not to work, Jlu t c^- . 

^ ^ ■fc' emmener en captivity, prendre, 

to lead away captive, take, ifJ .1 t t5r * - 

piller, voler, to plunder, jfea/,<_,L 1 i_~r J 
s'emparer de, to seize, Jt Jj=--' . 
- x iJ»6*f p. 

- \Lja* ; - llai captivite, captivity, ^ ; 

pillage, vol, plundering, ffo/i, >_-^ 
._~L j action de s'emparer, seizing, 
iiLwl j captifs, captives, bL- |[l-a» t» 
captif, captive, lSf ^ j| |&»a* ^a itf. ; 
compagnon de captivity, fellow-cap- 
tive, jJ*i\ J~»j . 

- IL&i*a&*m captivite, captivity, lSr ^ . 

- a ua» faire prisonnier, prendre, to 
toie prisoner, take, iiL*J c j^-- . 

- }*a* pillard, voleur, plunderer, thief, 

- 3 i*»*{ faire emmener en captivite, to 
taw* to fo faAen into captivity, t y-j4l« r . 

V'** "> * ) . |<ote , u>ste , gloire, 
louange, glory, praise, ^j-l. t ju£ j 
majesty, splendeur, majesty, splendour, 
.If. t J^ j jour de fete, feast day, 
■^ ty. > partie du psautier, part of the 
psalter, jrj«|}ii ^-jbT \j* »j r j croyance, 
belief, OUI || ^laa^ u^L orthodoxe, 
orthodox, \gSiJi J . 

- !■■.->» lou^, celebrated, f-jXt j digne de 

louanges, praiseworthy, ?«i-ii' J*^~* J 
glorieux, magnifique,gtorto«i, magni- 
ficent, ^cU; l&^JkA /. ; gloire, 



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k£k» 



k*| n . "> » louablement, laudably, $Ul 
^-lllj ; glorieusement, gloriously, 



9 * * 
■ (L<i ■■■->» gloire, magnificence, glory, 

magnificence, •L r c if . 

■ 2 <.«*w , </. , ta , louer, glorifier, to 
praise, glorify, Jb* c -^ ; croire, 
penser, to believe, think, ^si\ i ,jk . 



l^lat» loue, louable, praised, praise- 
worthy, j*j All j*^-* (, - jdi j excellent, 
excellent, fjL ; glorieux, illustre, 
glorious, illustrious, JJ^- t -Lj£ . 

|ii"-itw qui louent, glorifient, who 
utter praise, glorify, o jX>*£ t o y^y . 
|| lv»»L Uilajao orthodoxes, ortho- 
doxes, o_y--i'j_jj j I . 






/*■ 



louangc, honneur, gloire, praise, 
honour, glory, -Ij£ t j*j t jx^a—j t j^i- 1 " J 
splendeur, splendour, *L. ; sujet de 
louange, object of praise, »Li 9jJ>ja 
*>~~Z J hymne, cantique, hymn, can- 
ticle, 4>»_j c j^j-L. j psaume, psalm, 
jy'y \ croyance, belief, jlc I . 

> y ^ * , i£a* , baton, stick, Lap ; 
sceptre, sceptre, llll\ i_-i~i» ; lance, 
lance, *jj- ', coup, jfrofe, ^jjj> • fusti- 
gation, whipping, i»^_J 1j i_^ j eclair, 
lightning, 3j J race (juive), tribu, 
(Jewish) race, tribe, iLi t (^j^) J-J , 

- 2 >fl>*»» marteler, to hammer, (a.) Jj^l» . 

9 » r " i . 
- Z $J>b*.l P. 

- l^aal clou, nail, jL- . 
^.*>» fevrier, February, J»Li . 

I» fr"*n . plat, plan, degage, /e&e/, />/an*, 



^ ^A*.j . \lJia. sentier, chemin, path, 

road, &J» c J»L- ; trace, trace, J\ . 

| U--L ^'3» voie lactee, mtV/i? way'aj--. 

- 1 %a* conduire, to fearf, jU . 

- 2 Va* id, ; ouvrir, faire (un chemin), 

to open, make a way, (Uj J&) ji 4 ^cs . 

- |&a*» chef, directeur, chief, director, 

j- A. 4 oJU ; superieur, higoumene, 
superior, hegoumenos, j j ^-jj j J guide, 
guide, j La t JJj . 

- Ila*. qui conduit, conductor, jL» . 



* * ^ j» 



. *. *" * 



Ha* , ^a* , /., qqf m., et !(!ia» , pi. 
Ua* , epi, ear (of wheat), <aJL- &a* 
typ £pi de nard, nard, spikenard, nard, 
Ijij 1 (jrs^Jl J^- || I901J9 I&aI lit du 
fleuve, bed of the river, ^.Jl ^j>- . 

I r 



. 1 * * * 
et f^au , iva*. , sept, seven, <u_^ ; 

|&vs* septieme jour, seventh day, fjipi L- 

|j m^i*. bk.a , f, groupe de sept, group 

of seven, 4*_- j> U?- || _^3o< ^«>i 

semaine, hw£, p-^-—1 j| ;mvS^.-. a , ord. 



r f ' r t . 

rar. {.co^a* , /. |^ 



ou 



, rar. |»«\6»-i» , dix-sept, 
seventeen, jts- 4*~»- . 

-). % . a » septieme, seventh, «jU- . 

- |Lit.%.->* groupe ou serie de sept, 

^rou^ or jen« 0/ jeoen, i^ ^ ii . 

- |a»* , or. I tint , e/ /. |6>xa^A 

semaine, wfeA;, fj^-i ||(_u.oaA^ |fio«. 
la septieme annee, the seventh year, 
iLuUI i— Jl |ficSa«y I v»"»» 50 jours, 

- ^ka* soixante-dix, seventy, ^ y-^- . 

- )iI.vm> soixante-dixieme, seventieth, 

by-J>\ . 



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* , , laisser, to leave, iij j r^pu- 
dier, to repudiate, (.i«) jil» \ renvoyer, 
to dismiss, -Uyl ; chasser, to expel, sj* \ 
omettre, 'to omit, .J>i»- i; permettre, 
to permit, wf ; supporter, to suffer, 
J-»^»-l J faire remise de, to remit, 
jt- li* ; rdserver, to reserve, t J^r J ^ ', 
ixaaj. imper. ; encore moins, still less, 
(Jlij.) J»l . - 1 iAa6*f p. ; etre allu- 
me, to be lighted, (^) * sS *\ \\\'**l <»**» 
accepter, to accept, JJ 1 1 ? iaaa* loin 
que, far from, jl lJUi . 

- |Aa* I) ^ss 9 |a=L*. ruisseaux, streams, 

Jjl-u- . 

- Ifioai. qui fait remise, pardonne, u;/io 

remits, forgives, ~L_j t (jp) Jjbjj j. . 

- |L*o*aj> abandon, forsaking, iJ j- ; 

desolation, desolation, oj>- ', deli- 
vrance, deliverance, 1 _ r a_L^ . 
_ ). n ->-- remise, pardon, remission, for- 
giveness, Af <. yu. ; renvoi, repu- 
diation, dismissal, repudiation, jLoI 
3^*2" ', liberation, delivery, jj^- \ 
abandon, forsaking, ii j . 

- [Lkt. envoi, sending, JUj! ; traits, darts, 

flfr- t j jlk. ; queue, (de comete), 
tail (of comet), (^JLit) i_Ji ; lutte, 
course, wrestling, race, CjIjL. t JL— . 

- I^a^* remise, remission, yie- ; renvoi, 

dismissal, Vuul . 

- laa^l sarment, wine-branch, r£S\ f/ ; 

branche, baguette, branch, switch, 

Sij^ ^r** <■ c*°* 5 ^oaa*. , pi. ; 
coups, blows, cA>jJ> \ | ft, <> n -i » , pi. 
|k. , baguette, baton, switch, stick, 

* 4 * r > 

- |Laife»&»» abandon, abandonment, 

jV-i>- J malheur, misfortune, »LlLi j 
permission, /eare, oil j omission, 
omission, Jl»*l . 



enfant, child, aJj . 

.» ■< r tl * i * r 

- po*A* J - ICujoL^ajk y J., petit en- 

fant, little child, Jit , 

- Uia* d'enfant, of child, ^aJj . 

- kJ*a» pueYilement, childishly, LjL_-*> . 

* 4 r 

- |Lo*a* enfance, infancy, io^ j ; inex- 

perience, inexperience, Ijy^- |»-u- . 

- 2 *&j. , l '- It • ~ 2 ta&»/ se conduire 
comme un enfant, to behave as a 
child, JdjJI ill— jJUL || oj^l £1 faire 
semblant d'etre enfant, to feign 
childishness, io^J^JU y»UaJ . 

- |»aal , /. />/. |&I ', c. U^al ; inexpe- 

rimente, inexperienced, Ij-*- f*s- . 



, | N — " , etc., pi. t&2a*» , sarment, 
vine-branch, r^\ f~j . 

8 »»-i» caresser, to fondle, JJj . 

- (*aaji amitid, friendship, uIju^ . 
|6ka* , /., bot., aneth, dill, c+* . 

1 1^. d^vier, errer, to swerve, stray, »\j c 'f lj . 
- 1*^». erreur, error, J^L^i . 
- 3 us^./ induire en erreur, to mislead, 

Ikv^. , pi. li^ , amande, almond, jj) ; 
amandier, almond-tree, Jj